Cookie policy

Cookie policy

What are cookies?

These are small files that are stored on your computer when you visit the website.

How we use cookies?

Cookies allow for a properly working website and they give more insight in visitor behaviour. With this information the web services and usability of a website can be improved. Cookies do not endanger the security of your computer.

What type of cookies do we use?

Cookies come in the shape of session cookies or persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer as soon as you close your web browser. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer until they are removed or reach their expiration date.

We use the following cookies:

Functional cookies:

Functional cookies are necessary for the website to work properly, or to ensure that the correct looked-for information is shown quickly every time you visit our website. Useful, because you don’t have to fill out your details, give preferences or adjust your settings every time you visit the website. Functional cookies are used to:

  • secure your connection with the website
  • facilitate live chats
  • to manage all other cookies: tag management cookie

Non-functional cookies:

The non-functional cookies are there to inform us about the number of visitors to our website and the way these visitors use the website. We can use this information to further improve the website. We also use these cookies to show you appropriate adverts on other sites or to make you specific offers. These files disappear automatically as soon as you close your internet browser or are stored on your computer no longer than 12 months after your last visit.

Analytical cookies are used to:

  • make the website perform better by reducing the loading time of the pages you visit. We collect as much of this data anonymously as is possible.
  • collecting visitor data
  • improving usability
  • Advertising cookies are used to:
    send information to other websites based on which they can adjust their advertisements.

    Social Media Cookies (Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest) are used to:
    allow you to share and ‘like’ things.

    Your permission for us to use cookies and how to remove them

    When you visit our website, a cookie notification is shown. You can accept it, enabling the functionalities listed above. This is the permission you give in the context of article 11.7a of the Telecommunications Act. Giving permission also means that the Privacy Policy is accepted. If you do not accept the notification, it is possible the website does not work properly for you.

    You can always remove cookies from your computer. Go to the ‘Internet Options’ in your browser (the Help function in your browser could be of assistance). You can read more about cookies and how to remove them on When you choose to delete cookies it could mean the website will no longer perform at its best and you may not be able to use some of the services.

    Updating the cookie and privacy policy

    The cookie and privacy policy can be adjusted when required to announce changes and their resulting consequences for obtaining and managing data. When changes are made in this information, you can see when this has happened last by the date at the bottom of the page. We reserve the right to make changes in the way we handle data; to adjust the terms as described in the cookie and privacy policy; and to apply these changes to all your data. When you visit our website, you agree with the latest terms of the cookie and privacy policy.

    Right to inspect and correct or delete your data

    You have the right to ask for the inspection and correction or deletion of your data. You can go to our contact page for this. To prevent misuse we may ask for proper identification. When it concerns the inspection of personal data linked to a cookie, you are asked to send a copy of the cookie concerned. You can find this in the settings of your browser.

    May 1 2018