Definition of cookies
Cookies are small text files that are downloaded from your browser when you first visit our websites and stored there. When these websites are called up again with the same end device or browser, the cookie and the information stored in it is either sent back to the respective website that generated it (first party cookie) or sent to another website to which it belongs (third party cookie). This recognises that the website was called up with the respective browser and changes the display of content with this status. In this way, cookies remember, for example, your preferences, tell you how you use a page and, in some cases, individually adapt the offers displayed.
Functionally necessary cookies
Absolutely necessary, so-called functionally essential cookies, guarantee the function of the website, are used exclusively by Momentous Technologies and are only stored on your computer during the current browser session.
Functionally necessary cookies can be deactivated via the browser settings (see below). However, Momentous Technologies would like to point out to users that in this case they may not be able to use all the functions of this website to their full extent.
In addition, we use the following cookies on the basis of any consent you may have given. These are not absolutely necessary to be able to use the website, but nevertheless fulfil important tasks. Without these cookies, functions that enable comfortable surfing on our website are no longer available. Settings you have made cannot be saved and must therefore be requested again on every page. Furthermore, we no longer have the possibility to respond to you with individually adapted offers.
You can (de)activate your consent at any time by clicking on the cookie symbol at the bottom left of the website and selecting or deselecting the providers of the non-functional cookies in the checkbox. You can also revoke your consent via the browser settings (see below).
Marketing cookies are used to show you personalised content that matches your interests. Personalisation is achieved by tracking user behaviour across websites using cookies.
Statistics cookies help us to understand how visitors interact with our websites by collecting pseudonymous information about visitors’ website usage.
Your cookie settings on this website
You can (de)activate non-functional cookies at any time by clicking the icon at the bottom of the website and selecting or deselecting the providers of the statistics or marketing cookies in the checkbox.
If you wish to block or restrict cookies completely, you can make the changes in the settings of your internet browser. Cookies that have already been saved can be deleted at any time. If cookies are deactivated for our website, it may no longer be possible to use all the functions of the website to their full extent.
The procedures for browser-side management and deletion of cookies can be found in the help function integrated in the respective browser. You can find further information on this under the following links:
Below are the cookies that require prior consent from users to be installed. From time to time, we may also use additional cookies and tracking technologies not listed in this table. You may obtain an updated list of all cookies and tracking technologies used on this Site at the time of your visit upon request by contacting us.
You can also object to the use of performance and statistics cookies: However, this unfortunately does not tell us what you like or dislike about our website so that we can subsequently make improvements. Please note that we cannot delete third-party cookies. If you wish to delete all third-party cookies, you must do so in your browser settings. By the way: If you revoke your consent to advertising cookies, this does not mean that you will see less advertising as a result. Rather, it means that the advertising you see is not tailored to your individual needs.
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