Cookie policy

Our website uses cookies. A cookie is a simple, small file that is attached to pages on this website. Your browser saves them on your computer's hard drive. The information stored within can be sent to our servers upon your next visit.

The use of permanent cookies

Using permanent cookies we can recognize you when revisiting our website. The website can then be tailored to your preferences. When you've given permission for storing cookies, we can also keep track of your choice with a cookie. This means you don't have to select your preferences every visit, which saves you time and is more user friendly when browsing our website. Permanent cookies can be deleted in the settings of your browser.

The use of session cookies

By using session cookies we can track which parts of our website you've visited. That allows us to make necessary changes to our website, based on the visitor's behaviour. These cookies are automatically deleted once you close your browser. 

Google Analytics

Through our website a cookie is placed on your computer from the American company Google.

We use these services to monitor and get reports in order to know how users use our website. Google can share this information with third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or when third parties process the data in commissioned by Google. We did not authorize Google to use the received analytics information for other Google services. 

The information gathered by Google is anonymised to their best efforts. Your IP-address is explicitly not shared. The information is transferred to and by Google on servers in the United States. Google pledges to abide by the Safe Harbor principles and is a member of the Safe Harbor program of the United States Department of Commerce.This means that there is a suitable level of security of the processing of potential personal data.

Social Media

On our website we’ve included buttons to promote (“like”) or share (“tweet’) pages on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work by using a piece of code coming from Facebook and Twitter themselves. These codes enable cookies, which is out of our control. In the privacy statement of Facebook and Twitter (which can change regularly) you can read how they use your (personal) data processed by these cookies. 

The information gathered is anonymised to the best effort. The information is transferred to and by Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn and saved to servers in the United States. LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Google+ set to respect the Safe Harbor principles and are members of the Safe Harbor program of the United States Department of Commerce. This means that there is a suitable level of security of the processing of potential personal data.

Right to view, correct or delete your data

You have the right to request an insight into your data, the right to correct it and the right to delete it. Visit our contact page for more information. To prevent abuse we ask to identify yourself. When it comes to reviewing personal data linked to cookies, send us a copy of the concerning cookie. You can find this in the settings of your browser.

Enabling or disabling cookies and removing them

You can find more information regarding the enabling or disabling and removing cookies in the instructions and/or the help function of your browser.

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