Cookie Policy

What is a cookie?
On this website we use cookies. A cookie is a simple small file that is sent with the pages of this website [and/or Flash applications] and is stored on the hard drive of your computer by your browser. The information stored in these can be send back to our servers at the next visit.

Right to access and correction or deletion of your details
You have the right to request access to and correction or deletion of your details. To this effect, see our contact page. To prevent misuse we could request you to provide valid proof of identity. When it concerns access to your personal details linked to a cookie, you should include a copy of the cookie in question. You can find these in the settings of your browser.

Switching cookies on and off and removal
You can find more information about switching cookies on and off and removal in the instructions and/or with the Help function of your browser.

Social media buttons
On our website, buttons have been incorporated to be able to promote (“like”) or share (“tweet”) web pages on social networks such as Facebook and/or Twitter. These buttons function by means of bits of code derived from Facebook or Twitter. Cookies are placed with this code. We are not able to influence this. Read the privacy declaration of Facebook and/or Twitter (which can change regularly) to read what they do with your (personal) details that they process via these cookies.

Google Analytics
Via our website a cookie is placed of the American company Google, as part of the “Analytics” service. We use this service to be kept up to date and receive reports about how visitors use the website. Google is able to forward this information to third parties if Google is legally obligated to do so, or to the extent that third parties process the information on account of Google. We are not able to influence this. We have not given permission to Google to use the obtained analytics information for other Google services.

The information that Google collects is made anonymous as much as possible. Your IP-address is explicitly not provided. The information is transferred to Google and is stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google declares to comply with Safe Harbor principles and is affiliated with the Safe Harbor programme of the Ministry of Commerce in the United States. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection present for the processing of potential personal details.

More information about cookies?
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