Cookie Statement

What is a cookie?

We use various types of cookies on this Website. A cookie is a simple small text file that is sent along with pages of this website and stored by your browser on the hard disk of your computer. The information stored in this file can be sent to our server the next time you visit our website.

You can find more information about cookies on the following website:

Your Online Choices: ‘A guide to online behavioural advertising

We are always allowed to place functional and analytical cookies but need your permission for tracking cookies. We like to provide you with the option for accepting and rejecting analytical and tracking cookies.

If you want to change your cookie settings on our domains please ‘click here.

So which cookies do we place?

Google

Our website places a cookie originating from the US based company Google, as part of their “Analytics”-service. We use this service to track how visitors are using our website and to receive reports based on this information. Google can provide this information to others if dictated by law, or when it uses third parties as subcontractor for its service. We do not have any influence on this process. We have not allowed Google to use this analytics data for other Google services.

The information collected by Google has been anonymised as much as possible. Your IP-address will not be transferred in this process. The information is transferred and stored on US servers by Google. Google says it operates under the Privacy Shield principles and is connected to the Privacy Shield program of the US Department of Commerce. This ensures adequate protection for the processing of possible personal data.

Social Media

On our website you will find buttons to promote (“like”) or share (“tweet”) content on social networks, like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. These buttons use code snippets from Facebook LinkedIn and Twitter. This code places cookies on your computer. We do not have any influence on this process. Please read the privacy statements of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (which regularly change) to see what they do with your (personal) data, collected by those cookies.

The information collected has been anonymised as much as possible. The information is transferred and stored on US servers by Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter say they operate under the Privacy Shield principles and are connected to the Privacy Shield program of the US Department of Commerce. This ensures adequate protection for the processing of possible personal data.

Active Campaign

We use Active Campaign as Sales CRM and to automate e-mail sequences. This enables us to send you information tailored to your use of our services and your interests. We have a Data Protection Agreement in place with Active Campaign. Active Campaign says it operates under the Privacy Shield principles and is connected to the Privacy Shield program of the US Department of Commerce. This ensures adequate protection for the processing of possible personal data.

Any questions?
If you have any questions about our cookie policy, please contact us.

Nijmegen, April 30, 2020