What are cookies?

Cookies are small, simple text files that are placed on your computer’s hard drive when you visit a web page. The cookies can be used for various purposes. For example, there are functional, analytical and tracking cookies. Only analytical and tracking cookies apply to our website.

Why do we inform you about the use of cookies?

On 11 March 2015, the amended Telecommunications Act entered into force in the Netherlands. Among other things, this means that certain cookies, particularly tracking cookies, may only be placed with the internet user’s explicit consent. This is why we inform you that our website uses cookies and state the reason why. For other cookies involving little or no invasion of privacy, the visitor’s consent is not required.

Google Analytics

Cookies can also be used to keep track of visitor statistics. We use Google Analytics to gain insights into the behaviour of visitors on our website. Based on this data, we can see the browsing and visiting behaviour of our visitors and optimise our website where possible. The information collected by Google is anonymised as much as possible. Read more about this in our privacy statement.

Accepting or refusing cookies

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What are the consequences of refusing cookies?

As far as our website is concerned, the consequences of refusing cookies are limited. All pages can be viewed normally. However, some pages contain a demo video, which cannot be viewed within our website without you consenting to our cookies.

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