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What kind of cookies do we use and why?
Some of the cookies we use are necessary so you can move freely around the Website and can use specific elements of it, such as gaining access to a restricted area containing content for registered users.
We also use functional cookies to record information about the choices you have made and to enable us to attune the website to our users; to remember your language or region for example or whether you have already taken part in a particular survey. This information is usually anonymised and is not used for other purposes.
We, or our service providers, also use analytical services that tell us how effective the content of our Website is, what our users are interested in and to improve the performance of this Website. We also use web beacons or tracking pixels to determine visitor numbers and performance cookies to keep track of how many individual visitors come to the Website and how often. This data is used for statistical purposes only and we do not intend to use this information to establish the identity of users. Have you registered and are you logged into this Website? We may then combine this data with information from web analysis services and cookies to prepare a detailed analysis of your use of this Website.
Via our website, a cookie of the American company Google is placed, as part of the “Analytics” service. We use this service to register and receive reports on how visitors use the Website. Google may only provide this information to third parties if Google is obliged to do so by law or to the extent third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no control over this.
The information collected by Google will be anonymised as far as possible. Your IP-address is expressly not given. The information is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
This Website does not use Targeting Cookies to show its visitors targeted advertisements.
If you would like more information about the cookies we use, please contact us.
Complete cookie overview
Below you will find the complete overview with more information on the cookies we place, for which purpose and their retention period. This information is also stated in our cookie notice which will be presented to you as a pop-up as soon as you visit our website.
Essential cookies help make a website more usable by allowing basic functions such as page navigation and access to restricted areas of the website. Without these cookies, the website cannot work properly.
Preference cookies allow a website to remember information which influences the behaviour and design of the website, such as your preferential language or the region where you reside.
Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors use their website by anonymously collecting data and providing reports.Marketing cookies are used to follow visitors when they visit different websites. Their aim is to show advertisements which are tailored and relevant to the individual user. This makes advertisements more valuable for publishers and external advertisers. Unclassified cookies are cookies which we still need to classify, together with the providers of individual cookies.
Marketing cookies are used to follow visitors when they visit different websites. Their aim is to show advertisements which are tailored and relevant to the individual user. This makes advertisements more valuable for publishers and external advertisers.
Unclassified cookies are cookies which we still need to classify, together with the providers of individual cookies.
How do you keep control over cookies?
By using this Website you agree that we place cookies on your computer or another device, as explained above. You can however retain and manage control over cookies in different ways. Please note that removing or blocking cookies may affect your experience as a user and that parts of this Website may perhaps be no longer accessible.
Most browsers allow you to see which cookies are placed on your device and you can remove them independently or block cookies of specific or all websites. Realise however that if you remove all cookies, all previously indicated preferences are lost, including your preference to ‘deregister’ for cookies for example, as a so-called opt-out cookie is placed to this end. For more information on changing your browser settings to block or filter cookies, please go to http://www.aboutcookies.org/ of http://www.cookiecentral.com/faq/.
Management of analysis cookies
Google Analytics: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html
The management of ‘Local Shared Objects’ or Flash Cookies
A ‘local shared object’ or flash cookie is comparable with other browser cookies, but is able to store extra types of data. You have no control over these cookies with the mechanisms listed above. Some parts of this Website make use of these types of cookies to store user preferences for media player functionality; without these cookies it may be impossible to play video content properly. You can set the control over these cookies manually by going to the Adobe website.
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External internet services
Sometimes we make use of external internet services on this Website in order to enable us to show content within this Website, such as images or videos, or to run a survey. Just like the social media buttons we cannot prevent these sites, or external domains, collecting information on your use of this ‘embedded’ content.
We may also use so-called ‘tracking technologies’ to determine whether you have read, clicked or forwarded particular emails from us; this allows us to make our messages more interesting and useful. If you do not want to let us know that you have opened, forwarded or clicked our messages, you must deregister, as it is not possible for us to send these emails without this tracking function. Registered subscribers can at all times adjust their preferences; please contact us to this end; you can also deregister by following the directions in the separate email messages received from us.