What is a cookie?
De Werelt uses the following cookies:
Google Analytics (analytical cookies)
Functional and technical cookies (permanent and session cookies)
Other: cookie control cookies
Third-party cookies (cookies of third parties):
1. First-party Cookies
1.1 Google Analytics (analytical cookies)
Google places a cookie via our website as part of its Analytics service. We make use of this service to keep track of and receive reports on how visitors use the website. If legally required to do so, Google can provide third parties with this information, or for as far as third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence on this process. We have not given Google permission to use the obtained Analytics information for other Google services.
The information collected by Google is anonymised as far as possible. We do not pass on your IP address. The information is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States of America. Google states that it observes the Safe Harbor Principles and is associated with the Safe Harbor programme of the American Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate protection level in place for the processing of any personal data.
1.2 Functional and technical cookies (necessary cookies)
Technical cookies are necessary to make the website(s) of De Werelt function properly, to create an account, to be able to log in and to detect any fraud related to your account. Functional cookies will remember your preferences. In respect of De Werelt this concerns personal data entered on the personal profile page or when remaining logged in during a session.
1. Use of permanent cookies
With the aid of a permanent cookie we will recognise you when you visit our website again. In this way we can set the website to your preferences. When you have given us permission to place cookies, we can remember this by means of a cookie (e.g. a cookie tool). This prevents you from having to continuously repeat your preferences, which will save time and make the use of our website far more pleasant for you. Permanent cookies can be removed via the settings of your browser.
2. Other: cookie control cookies
These cookies are placed to remember your cookie preferences. These are obviously necessary to know whether you do or do not give your permission for the storage of the following cookies on your appliance:
Google Analytics (statistics)
Cookies of advertisement programmes
Social Media cookies
2. Third-party Cookies
2.1. Tracking cookies for the better matching of advertisements to your preferences
With your permission, other parties will place "tracking cookies" on your appliance for the better matching of advertisements to your preferences. They use these cookies to keep track of the pages you visit outside their network, enabling them to establish a profile of your online surfing behaviour. This profile is also established on the basis of comparable information that they receive from other websites in their network that you visit. This profile is not linked to your name, address, email address and the like as known by us, but only serves as a basis for those kinds of advertisements that are most relevant to you.
2.2 Social Media
Our website includes buttons to promote (“like”) or share (“tweet”) web pages on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. These buttons operate on the basis of small coded messages, originating from Facebook and Twitter respectively. The cookies are placed by means of this code. We have no influence on this process. Do read the privacy statement of Facebook and Twitter respectively (which they can change on a regular basis) to see what they do with your (personal) details processed via these cookies.
The information they collect will be anonymised as far as possible. The information is transferred to the United States of America, where Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn store it on servers. LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Google+ state that they observe the Safe Harbor Principles and are associated with the Safe Harbor programme of the American Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate protection level in place for the processing of any personal data.
3. Enable and disable cookies and remove cookies
Do you want to enable or disable cookies, or do you want to change your settings? You can do this via the settings of your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Mozilla or Chrome). You can find more information on the enabling/disabling/removing of cookies in the instructions and/or with the aid of the Help function of your browser. These differ per browser. You can opt for activating the 'do not track' functionality in your browser.
Deleting and accepting tracking cookies and cookies placed by third parties:
Some tracking cookies are placed by third parties that, among other things, show website advertisements that match your preferences. You can centrally remove these cookies via Your Online Choices to prevent them being replaced by a third party website.
You can indicate whether and, if so, which cookies you will accept via the settings of your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Mozilla or Chrome). Where these settings can be found, differs per browser. You can retrieve the exact location and working method via your browser's Help function.
Refusing specific cookies:
If you refuse the placement of (certain) cookies, it could be that you cannot or not fully make use of the functionalities of our website.
By the way, refusing cookies doesn't mean that you won't be shown any relevant advertisements any more. You will still see advertisements in your browser, these will, however, no longer match your wishes and preferences.
Information about cookies
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Please contact us if you have any questions.