Cookie policy

Cookie policy 2017-07-25T09:10:02+00:00

Cookies

We will explain the way we handle cookies placed by us and third parties below.

To be able to offer you this website, we use cookies. A cookie is a small file which is send with pages of this website and which will be saved on the hard drive of your computer.

This website only uses a few cookies that are necessary for the functioning of this website, like logging in and the possibility to respond.

The use of cookies is of great importance to make our website function well but also cookies who’s effect you don’t notice directly (like Google Analytics) are very important. Without anonymous input of our visitors we don’t have any idea of how our website is being used and how we could improve our website. The advertising cookie which is placed makes sure you won’t be approached constantly by the same advertisement thanks to a so-called ‘frequency cap’.

The ‘tracking cookies’ placed for analytic goals or advertisements are so-called ‘third party cookies’. We don’t place these cookies, third parties do. Because of this we cannot take any responsibility for these cookies.

If you don’t want any cookies, you can easily turn these cookies off in your browser. How you can do that is explained on the website of the Consumentenbond.

 

Overview of used cookies

Which cookies this website places itself and which third party cookies are used is described below.

Google Analytics

Thanks to Google Analytics anonymous data about browsing behaviour is being collected on this website. This way we are able to see how many visitors like you use our website. We use this information to take solid decisions about the design of our website. We also optimize the operation of our website with this information. The collected data is saved on servers in the USA by Google. Google also provides this information to advertisers to offer them insight in the effectivity of their campaigns. Google is able to provide this information to third parties if Google is legally forced to do this or if these third parties process information in the name of Google. We don’t have any influence on that. We did not allow Google to use the collected analytics data for other Google services. Read the privacy policy of Google for more information, for more information about how Google uses your data when you visit this website and the specific privacy policy of Google Analytics.

Do you prefer your browsing behaviour is not being tracked? In that case you can download a browser plugin via the website of Google, which will prevent your browsing behaviour from being tracked. This setting applies to every website you visit so not just only for this website. You can download the browser plugin here.

 

 

Functional cookies

Core functions

These are cookies that are strictly necessary for the website to function properly. Without these cookies some parts can’t be used. For example, this website uses cookies to enable visitors to login and respond. Cookies are also used to remember configurations and preferences.

 

Social buttons

There are buttons on this website to be able to promote or share things on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and LinkedIn. These buttons are pieces of a code of these social media itself and they use a cookie. This cookie remembers you’re logged in so you don’t have to login every time on Twitter or Facebook when you would like to share something. To see what these social media platforms do with the personal data they obtain with this code, you could take a look at the privacy statements of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn (which changes regularly).