This website uses "cookies" (text files placed on your computer) to make the website function and to help analyse the website to improve our services or for marketing purposes.
Overview of cookies used
The following describes which cookies we set ourselves and which third-party cookies are used.
Functional cookies are necessary for the functioning of the website. Without these cookies, certain parts cannot be used.
Social media share buttons
The site includes share buttons to share pages on social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. These buttons are pieces of code from the social media itself and use a cookie. This cookie remembers that a visitor is logged in, so that one does not have to log into Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn again when they want to share something.
To see what they do with personal data they receive using this code, you can see the relevant privacy statements on their own websites:
These statements and links may change. We do our best to keep these links up-to-date.
Google / YouTube: https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies
Analytical cookies collect (often anonymously) data and statistics to understand how visitors use the website so that we can improve the website and our services.
Through Google Analytics, this website collects (anonymised) data on visitor behaviour. This allows us to see how visitors navigate through the website. We use this information to make decisions about the design of our website. We also use it to optimise the functioning of the website. To enable careful processing, we have taken the following measures:
- We have entered into a processor agreement with Google;
- We have masked the last octet of the IP address, if you have indicated that you do not want statistical cookies to be placed;
- We have turned off all options offered by Google to 'share data with Google';
- We do not use any other Google services in conjunction with the Google Analytics cookies.
Don't want your visit behaviour to be tracked? Then you can download a plugin from Google that prevents this and is available for Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera. This setting then applies to all websites you visit, not just this one. Link to the plugin: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=nl
Tracking cookies are used to track visitors so that, for example, advertisements displayed can be more relevant to the individual visitor. These ads thus become more valuable for both the visitor and the advertiser.
You can delete placed cookies via your browser settings. You can also refuse the placing of new cookies here. Where exactly this function is located varies from one browser to another.