3832 ED Leusden
Contact person privacy: P.T. Frankenhuizen
Telephone number: +31 6 23 88 27 87
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
What are cookies and why do we use them
A cookie is a small (text) file that is sent along when you visit our website and/or the Flash apps and which is stored on (the hard disk of) your device by your browser. A cookie contains data, allowing you to be recognised as a visitor each time you use the website. This makes it possible to gear the website specifically to you and/or to simplify the login process.
Among other things, these technologies and the stored information allow us:
- to remember the information you have entered so you have to enter it only once;
- to analyse how our website is used and to make improvements on that basis;
- to enable chats with the visitor of the website; and
- to recognise which device you use to log in.
The cookies we use
We use various types of cookies:
Functional cookies: These are required cookies that help to make a website more practicable by facilitating basic features such as page navigation and access to secured sections of the website. Without these cookies, the website will not perform properly. We do not need your explicit consent to use these privacy-friendly cookies. We do inform you of them in the cookie notice.
The functional cookies we use and their retention period are listed below.
|crisp-client||Crisp||Facilitating the chat feature on the website||6 months|
|catAccCookies||Termly||Accepting cookies and keeping a log of accepted cookies||30 days|
Analytical cookies: These cookies are used for statistical purposes and for us to understand how you use our website, by anonymously collecting and reporting data. These cookies measure how you use our website by keeping statistics. We do not need your explicit consent to use these cookies. We do inform you of them in the cookie notice.
The analytical cookies we use and their retention period are listed below.
|_GA||Gaining insight in visits to and the use of the website||2 years|
|_gid||Gaining insight in visits to and the use of the website||one day|
Tracking cookies: These cookies are used for marketing purposes, among other things. They are used to analyse your surfing, searching and purchasing behaviour and they enable us to find out if, apart from our website, you have also visited other websites from our network. We can gear the content of our website to your fields of interest and it also helps us to prevent advertisements shown previously from being shown again or irrelevant advertisements from being shown. We do need your explicit consent to use these cookies. You give your consent by ticking the button that says ‘accept’ in the cookie notice.
The tracking cookies we use and their retention period are listed below.
|_fbp||Remarketing; storing the visitor as new advertising audience||3 months|
Note: tracking cookies can be used to keep a record of the pages you visit and to thus build up a profile of your online surfing behaviour. This profile is also built up on the basis of similar information obtained from your visit to other websites. This allows us to keep a log of the advertisements you have seen already, which advertisements you click on and also if you subsequently buy a product. This profile is not linked to your name, address, e-mail address or other contact details known to us but merely serves to gear advertisements to your profile so they are most relevant to you.
We use Google Analytics as a statistics program to process information from analytical cookies. The statistics tell us how our website is being visited and which content of our website is good and less good. We use this information to try and improve our website. When we use Google Analytics, data is shared with Google. There is no need for concern, however, because your IP address is anonymised and no personal data is processed and/or shared with Google.
Google can disclose information shared with them to third parties if it is obliged to do so by law or if these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. This is beyond our control. Google is not permitted to use the Analytics information for other Google services.
The information shared with Google is stored by them on servers in Ireland or the United States. In the case of Ireland, the GDPR applies in full, which means your privacy is always guaranteed. In the case of the United States, Google argues it abides by the Privacy Shield principles and that it is certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework programme. This means it offers an appropriate level of protection for the processing of personal data and that sharing personal data with Google is, for now, permitted under the GDPR.
Accepting, refusing or blocking cookies
Accepting: By accepting these cookies, you agree with these cookies being installed on your device. At the same time, we install functional and analytical cookies on your device so that when you next visit the website, you will not receive another cookie notice.
Note: blocking and/or refusing cookies does not have any far-reaching consequences for your use of the website. However, certain elements and/or content of the website may not be accessible or less so or suit your interests less well.
If you later decide you want to delete pre-installed cookies, you can simply delete them via your browser. Use the links below for a manual to your browser.
- Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647
- Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/nl/kb/cookies-verwijderen-gegevens-wissen-websites-opgeslagen
- Safari: https://support.apple.com/nl-nl/guide/safari/sfri11471/mac
- Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/nl-nl/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
Note: cookies may retain data such as an automatic account login for a website other than ours. So think carefully, as you may lose access to an account for or on another website or platform by deleting cookies.
The cookies we use will never result in unwanted telephone calls, spam by e-mail or post. Your (e-mail) address or telephone number is not saved by the cookies we use. Therefore, we want to reiterate that the cookies we use are also safe for you to use.
Social media buttons and third-party cookies
Our website contains several buttons to other websites and social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. The purpose of these buttons is to promote (“like”) or share (“tweet”) our website on those other websites and/or social media platforms. These buttons use pieces of code that install cookies from those third parties, among other things. Although we took great care selecting these websites and social media platforms, we cannot accept responsibility for the use of your (personal) details by the organisations behind those websites and social media platforms. We advise you to read the privacy and/or cookie statement, if available, of the relevant website or social media platform you are visiting.
Rights of the data subject
As a data subject, you have several rights under the GDPR. You have the right to inspect your personal data (Article 15 of the GDPR), the right to correct your personal data (Article 16 of the GDPR), the right to have your data deleted (Article 17 of the GDPR) and the right to restrict the processing of your data (Article 18 of the GDPR). Under certain circumstances, you also have the right to ask for your data to be transferred (Article 20 of the GDPR). Finally, you can object to your data being used (Article 21 of the GDPR). If the processing of your data is based on consent, you can withdraw it at any time. These rights also apply to information processed by cookies. For more information about your rights, please read our Privacy Statement.
Note: to prevent abuse, we may ask you to properly identify yourself. When it concerns the inspection of personal data linked to a cookie, you must include a copy of the cookie in question. You can find it in your browser settings.