Cookies are small text files that a web browser stores on the computer when a website is visited. These cookies are often read out later, for example when the website is visited again. Cookies serve a number of functions, including remembering preferences, tracking visitor behaviour (web analytics) and, for example, showing relevant advertisements on other websites.
We use these types of cookies to record and remember visitor preferences. This means that you do not have to re-enter your preferences each time you visit the website, which makes it easier to use.
We use these types of cookies to analyse the use of our websites so that we can improve their functionality and effectiveness.
We use this type of cookie, among other things, to identify people after they have interacted with our website. The information we record in such an interaction is never shared with others.
Our messages are accompanied by buttons to easily share the articles on social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work by means of pieces of code (scripts) that come from these social networks themselves. These scripts sometimes also place cookies (we have no influence on this).
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Through the browser settings, existing cookies can be deleted, all cookies are allowed or blocked and preferences for certain websites can be set. You can find more information about this in the help function of your browser.
Some of our suppliers allow visitors to opt-out of their cookie use completely (a so-called “opt-out”). This includes services such as web analytics and advertising platforms.