a. Cookies are small files that are placed on your desktop, notebook or mobile device by a website you visit. From this we can, for example, recognize whether there has already been a connection between your device and our websites, or which language or other settings you prefer. Cookies may also contain personal data.
i. Most browsers are pre-set to automatically accept cookies. You can change this setting by activating the setting *do not accept
cookies* in your browser.
ii. You can delete existing cookies at any time. You can find out how this works in detail in the instructions of your browser
or device manufacturer.
iii. For information on deactivating Local Shared Objects, see the following link:
You must therefore reject or delete the cookies separately for each of your devices and, if you use several browsers, also for each browser.
d. We categorize cookies as follows:
i. Essential cookies (type 1)
These cookies are absolutely necessary for the functions of the web pages. Without these cookies we would not be able to offer you
services such as the vehicle configurator, for example.
ii. Functional cookies (type 2)
These cookies facilitate the operation and improve the functions of the web pages. For example, we store your language settings
in functional cookies.
iii. Performance cookies (Type 3)
These cookies collect information about how you use our website. This enables us to identify which parts of our Internet offer are
particularly popular and thus improve our offer for you. Please also read the section "Analysis of usage data".
iv. Third-party cookies (type 4)
These cookies are set by third parties, e.g. social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+, whose content you can integrate
via the "social plug-ins" offered on our websites. For more information on the use and function of the social plug-ins, please refer to
section 4 of our Privacy Statement.
We use the following cookies on our website:
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This cookie is needed primarily for the case where there is a login on the page. Here it applies to the BE login.
The encrypted e-mail address of the user, if known. Is generated every time a new user visits an RMK site and a session is created. Is updated when the user enters an e-mail address. If the SSL mode is enabled for the entire site, the browser uses a secure protocol, e.g. SSL, to send a cookie to the server.
The encrypted ID of the user, if available. Is initially generated when a new user visits an RMK website and a session is created. Is updated when the user registers or becomes a member and is assigned a user ID. If the SSL mode is enabled for the entire site, the browser uses a secure protocol, e.g. SSL, to send a cookie to the server.
Controls whether or not to fill the Subscribe box with the user’s e-mail address, so the user doesn’t have to reenter his e-mail address. Is initially generated when a new user visits an RMK website and a session is created. Is updated when the user changes the “Remember me” setting. If the SSL mode is enabled for the entire site, the browser uses a secure protocol, e.g. SSL, to send a cookie to the server.
Separate cookie placed on the user device during the session, so the server can identify the user. This replaces the cookies RMK0, RMK1 and RMK4, if the site is configured to use server session cookies. Is created as a session cookie when a new user visits an RMK site. The value is not updated unless the current session ends, in which case a completely new JSESSIONID cookie is set.