Version of 06/05/2018
Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device stores when you use our website.
What are the other techniques?
- Surfing the website becomes more fun and easier for you
- You do not always receive or have to enter the same information when you visit our website
- We can measure how our website is used and where we can improve it
- We can recognize which device you use when you visit us
- We can register how often an advertisement is shown in order to better tailor the advertisements to your needs and interests and prevent you from seeing the same advertisement over and over again
Cookies from third parties
Which cookies do we use? Briefly:
Functional cookies or necessary cookies
Functional cookies ensure that our website functions correctly, eg Your browser settings are stored, so that you can view our web shop optimally on your screen.
With analytical cookies we collect statistics about the use of our website by users with the help of third parties. By measuring website usage, we can continue to improve our website for the benefit of our users.
Among other things, the following data is stored:
- The IP address, which is made anonymous
- Technical features such as the browser you are using (such as Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox) and the resolution of your computer screen and which device you are using
- From which page you came to the website
- When and for how long you visit or use the website
Social media cookies from third parties
Social media cookies are cookies that enable functionalities of social media websites. Think of a YouTube video with a presentation of a project, use of Google Maps or a 'like' button for Facebook.
Social media cookies from third parties
How do third party social media cookies work?
Social media cookies are placed by the social media websites themselves. When you click a social media button in our webshop, a social media cookie is placed. The social media party can recognize your IP address when you want to share a page of our webshop. For the cookies that the social media parties place and the data they collect with this, we refer to the statements that these parties give on their own websites. We recommend that you regularly consult the privacy and cookie statements below:
If you want to disable cookies from specific parties, you can do so via www.youronlinechoices.com.
Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge:
Click on the Menu icon (icon with 3 lines) at the top right. Click on the icon of the clock, this is the "History" tab. Click on "Clear All History". Now you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. In any case, tick "Cookies and saved website data" and click "Delete". At the bottom you can indicate whether you always want to delete this data when closing Microsoft Edge.
Delete cookies in Chrome:
Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Click "Settings"> "History"> "Clear browsing data". In any case, make sure that "Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data" is checked. You can also indicate how old the Cookies should be. Select 'All' here.
Delete cookies in Firefox:
Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Go to "Options"> "Privacy". Click on "Clear your recent history". Under "Details" you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. In any case, tick "Cookies". You can also indicate how old the Cookies should be. Select 'Everything' here.
Delete cookies in Safari:
Click "Safari"> "Preferences" at the top left of the menu bar. Select the "Privacy" tab at the top of the window. Then click on "Delete all Website Data".
Delete cookies in Internet Explorer:
Click on the gear icon at the top right. Go to the menu "Security"> "Delete browsing history". Now you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. In any case, tick "Cookies and website data". Click "Delete" at the bottom of the window