For further information on the processing of your personal data in relation to cookies, please be referred to our Privacy Statement.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone or other device with access to the internet (“device”). These cookies can be stored and read out via your web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome or Opera.
After a cookie is placed, your device can be recognized as long as you use the same web browser and as the cookie is not removed. This makes it e.g. possible to click back to the previously visited webpage. Cookies can also be used to analyse surfing behaviour.
How long are cookies valid?
The validity period of cookies is dependent on whether you take any action in the meantime or not.
Standard validity period
After the standard validity period of a cookie has lapsed, it is automatically removed. The standard validity period varies per cookie. Some cookies are only valid for the duration of the browser session. Other cookies remain valid for a longer period. In that way, your device can be recognized when you visit the website from a new browser session.
Refusing or erasing cookies
You can set your cookie preferences via your browser settings. You can e.g. choose which kind of cookies you do or do not accept. It varies per browser what kind of choices you can make. For more information on cookies and on how you can change your cookies settings, we refer you to this webpage of Aboutcookies.org.uk. However, please be aware that disabling certain cookies may result in a reduced functionality of our website.
What cookies do we use and what for?
On this website, we use the below cookies, for which we do not require your consent. If these cookies are placed by another party, such party can also recognize your computer. In that case, we use the term “third party cookie”.
Functional cookies are cookies that are necessary to properly display and navigate our website. More precisely, it concerns cookies: (i) that are used for the sole purpose of facilitating communication or (ii) that are strictly necessary for a service requested by the website visitor.
Analytical cookies are used to obtain information about the quality or effectiveness of a website.
We use them to improve the quality and effectiveness of our website. Because we only use analytical cookies with a minor impact on your privacy, we do not require your consent for this.
In the overview below, you see which cookies we use exactly.
Who can I contact if I have any questions?
If you have any questions or comments about the cookies we use, please contact us via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the contact form on our website.