We use functional, analysis/ tracking and social media/ embedded cookies on our website.
Cookies on this site
Cookies are small pieces of information, that your computer saves when you visit a website and that can be used to remember your personal preferences, for example. We actually plant some cookies (first party cookies), but others are planted by third parties that appear on our site, such as social media sites and video clips, etc. (third party cookies).
Three types of cookies are used on this site
- Cookies that are strictly necessary. These are cookies that are needed so that the ExpressionEngine site will work properly. Without these functional cookies, this site wouldn’t work as well as it should. Under the Cookie Law, we do not need to ask for our users’ permission to use these types of cookie.
- Social media/ embedded content cookies. Social media buttons and embedded content from social media sites, such as YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn and other such platforms often contain cookies. We do not know what these platforms do with these cookies. We have no insight into this data and unfortunately we have no influence over how they plant these cookies, thus we are unable to stop them. In accordance with the Cookie Law, we do need your permission to allow these buttons and embedded content (including the cookies) to be planted.
Turning off Cookies
If you do not want any cookies to be planted, you can turn them off in your browser. To do this you should refer to the help function and/or the settings in your browser: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. Please note: If you turn off the cookies in your browser, you won’t be able to use all of the functions of this website.
Changes in privacy and cookies policy
Would you like to read more about the Dutch Cookie Law? You can read the Cookie Law Guidelines, which have been put together by the DDMA (the trade association for dialogue marketing).