Cookies

In order for this website to work properly, we sometimes have to put small files on your computer, so-called cookies. Most major websites do this.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that stores a website on your computer or mobile device when you visit that site. For example, the website remembers the pages you have visited and your preferences (such as username, language, font size and other preferences) so that you do not have to fill them out every time you visit the site.

How do we use cookies?

Our use of the following general categories:

Technically necessary.
We may use cookies that are necessary for the operation of our websites, services, applications or tools.
Performance related.
We may use cookies that are helpful in assessing the performance of our websites, services, applications and tools, including as part of analytical applications to give us insight into how our visitors use our website or our website content, services, applications or to improve tools.
Functionality related.
We may use cookies that help us provide you with improved functionalities when visiting or using our websites, services, applications or resources. This may include, for example, identifying you when you log into one of our websites, or tracking your specified preferences, interests or previously viewed items so that we can improve the presentation of our content.
Ad or targeting related.
We may use first-party or third-party cookies to deliver content, including relevant advertisements tailored to your interests, on our websites or on third-party websites. This includes the use of technologies that help us understand the usefulness for you of the advertisements and content delivered to you.

If you want to block, remove or disable third-party advertising-related cookies, you can do so via the settings of your browser or device, as far as the browser or device allows. You can also disable the cookies via the cookie logo at the bottom left of the web page.

Overview of the cookies that are placed on our website:

Google Analytics (third party)

Cookie “_ga”

Aim: to distinguish users
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 2 years

Cookie “_gat”

Purpose: to track and manage a number of requests
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 10 minutes

Cookie “_gali”

Goal: keeping statistics (visited pages)
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 30 seconds

Cookie “_utma”

Purpose: to distinguish and track users and sessions
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 2 years

Cookie “_utmb”

Purpose: to distinguish and track sessions and visits
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 30 minutes

Cookie “_utmz”

Purpose: to keep track of traffic sources or referring campaigns
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 6 months

Cookie “_utmv”

Purpose: to keep adjusted variable data at the level of the visitor
Type: analysis / performance
Storage period: 2 years

Click here for more information about the Google Analytics cookies.

DoubleClick by Google (third party)

Cookie “_drt_”

Aim: To show relevant advertisements to visitors and to collect information about the interaction of visitors with these ads
Type: targeting / advertising
Storage period: 550 days

Cookie “id”

Aim: To show relevant advertisements to visitors and to collect information about the interaction of visitors with these ads
Type: targeting / advertising
Storage period: 1280 days

Click here for more information about DoubleClick cookies.

AddToAny (third party)

  • On our website, buttons are included after your permission to be able to share web pages on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more.
  • These buttons work through pieces of code that come from AddToAny. Cookies are placed using this code: we have no influence on this.
  • Read the AddToAny privacy statement to know what they do with your (personal) data that they process via these cookies.
  • Duration of placement: valid for 10 years.

This website also works without cookies, but with cookies it becomes more user-friendly. You can therefore delete or block cookies, but some parts of the site will not work (properly).

The information collected by the cookies is not used to identify you and we do not share the statistical information with third parties. These cookies are also not used for purposes other than those described above.

How do you learn more and what can you do with the cookies?

You can always check and / or delete cookies.
You can read more about this at aboutcookies.org.
You can therefore delete or block cookies, but some parts of the site will not work (properly).

The information collected by the cookies is not used to identify you and we do not share the statistical information with third parties. These cookies are also not used for purposes other than those described above.
How do you learn more and what can you do with the cookies?

How can I manage my cookies?

You can always manage cookies in your browser settings. Below are instructions for:

Mozilla Firefox
Windows Internet Explorer
Google Chrome
Safari