What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device stores when you visit our website.
What are the other techniques?
Cookies and other techniques are used on almost all existing websites.
By using cookies and other techniques, for example, we ensure that this is the case:
– Browsing our website becomes more fun and easier for you;
– We can measure how our website is used and where we can improve it;
– We can recognise which device (mobile, tablet or desktop) you are using when you visit us.
Third party cookies
Which cookies do we use? In short:
- Functional cookies or necessary cookies
Functional cookies ensure that our website functions properly.
- Analytical cookies
We use analytical cookies to collect statistics about the use of our website by users with the help of third parties. These statistics give us insight into, among other things, how often we are visited and where we can improve our website. In this way we ensure that the experience of our website is continually optimised. For these statistics we use Google Analytics and Hotjar. Your IP address is always made anonymous before the statistics are stored.
- Marketing cookies
Finally, we place marketing cookies that track your surfing behaviour. Cookies from embedded content from social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter also fall under this category.
– We can track which advertisements you have already seen;
– We can track how many times you have seen an advertisement;
– We can prevent you from seeing the same ad over and over again;
– We can track whether you click on the ads;
For the cookies that these parties place for advertising purposes, please refer to the statements on these parties’ websites. Because the statements may change from time to time, we encourage you to check these privacy and cookie statements regularly. The following parties place cookies on our website:
– Internet Explorer
If you want to disable cookies from specific parties, you can do so via www.youronlinechoices.com.
If you want to delete cookies, you can view this article for an explanation.
The use of some cookies also processes personal data as you have read above. In our privacy statement you will find more information about how Xelion handles your data.