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- The display of embedded content
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Cookies set on this website
Operative cookies are used to maintain the status of the user, reload content when refreshed, manage display segments, etc.
The following operational cookies, which are necessary for technical operation, are placed on this website:
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The following performance cookies are placed on this website when you access the page:
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Cookies are used for the coupon page to ensure the technical functionality of the services. These cookies do not save any personal data. The following cookies are used in detail for the following purposes.
For the temporary storage of the state for a seamless user experience when the page is called again and statistical evaluation of page views and measurement of the total number of users.
One for the secure provision of the service within the parameters defined by the coupon issuer.
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Stores the ID of the contributor whose age is under 13.
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These cookies are used to collect information about how this website is used.
This cookie assigns the browser a pseudonymized identifier in order to check the reach of "DoubleClick" advertising banners. "DoubleClick" is a service provided by Google.
These cookies are set and used by the video service "YouTube". With their help it is evaluated how the usage behavior of videos on this website is.
The example implementation of a web chat by Cognigy.AI is published here as open source: https://github.com/Cognigy/CognigyWebChat.
Webchat automatically generates random user IDs and session IDs to keep a conversation going.
These random IDs are stored in local web storage so that the browsers can safely store key / values.
Cognigy.AI's flow-based conversion design process enables measurement of user experience with built-in features such as logging and analysis.
These range from performance-related indicators (e.g. execution time) to platform-specific measurements (e.g. misunderstood sentences).
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