Last update April 8, 2021
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small (text) file that is stored by your browser on your computer when you visit our platform. This information can be sent back to us on your next visit. This way our platform can recognize you.
Cookies ensure that the platform is fast and you can visit our websites safely. The cookies also ensure that we can see how the platform is used and how we can improve our service.
In addition, our own cookies can be used to show advertisements that match your interests.
Which cookies do we use?
- Functional cookies
These cookies are necessary for the platform to work. Without these cookies, you cannot and some preferences (such as your language settings) cannot be saved.
- Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to test the quality and effectiveness of our platform. This way we can see how the platform is used and how we can improve the websites. We have entered into a processor agreement with Google. This means that Google will not use the data collected by these cookies for its own purposes.
- Social media
Our website contains buttons from Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. With these buttons, for example, pages can be shared on social media. Social media collect information via the code of these buttons, even before you press the button. We have no influence on that. With these cookies, social media make it possible for advertisers to find you. Read the privacy statement of Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin regularly to see what happens with your data collected via the cookies.
How can I view, correct or delete my data?
You can view, correct or have your personal data deleted. Send an email with your wishes to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I disable or delete cookies?
You can choose not to give permission for the placing of cookies. In the internet browser you can also set that cookies are blocked. How you can set this up differs per browser, most browsers explain this in the help function. If you block cookies, our platform may not work as well.