What is a cookie?
First party cookies:
• Google Analytics (tracking cookies)
• Functional and technical cookies (session cookies)
• Other: cookie control cookies
• Advertising programs
• Social Media
Read more about the functions of these cookies in the following sections. In Chapter 3 you can read more about how you can switch cookies on or off.
1. First Party Cookies
1.1 Google Analytics (tracking cookies)
As part of their “Analytics” service, Google places a cookie on your device via our website. This service is used to keep track of how visitors use our site and enables us to obtain reports of their activity. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence on this. We do not allow Google to use this Analytics information for any other Google services.
Google anonymises the information it collects as much as possible and places great emphasis on never disclosing your IP address. The information that is collected is transferred to Google and stored on servers in the United States. Google maintains the Safe Harbor principles and is affiliated with the Safe Harbor program of the US Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection for the processing of any personal data, including the data provided through our website.
1.2 Functional and technical cookies (necessary cookies)
Technical cookies are cookies that are necessary to enable the website(s) of Raedthuys Thoolen to function properly. This includes creating new accounts, enabling you to log in, and detecting fraud within your account. Functional cookies remember your preferences. At Raedthuys Thoolen no functional cookies are used, except for cookie control cookies (section 1.3).
1.3 Other: cookie control cookies
• Google Analytics (statistics)
• Ads from advertising programs
• Social Media cookies
- Third Party Cookies
2.1 Tracking cookies for relevant advertisements
We include buttons on our website to promote web pages (“like”) or share (“tweet”) on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work through pieces of code that originate from Facebook or Twitter itself. Cookies are placed on your desktop via this code, over which we have no influence. Read the privacy statement of Facebook or Twitter (which can change regularly) to know what they do with your (personal) data and how they process it via these cookies.
The information they collect is anonymised as much as possible. The information is then transferred to and through Twitter, Facebook, Google + and LinkedIn to be stored on servers in the United States. LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Google + adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and are affiliated with the Safe Harbor program of the US Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection for the processing of any personal data collected.
- Switching on, off and deleting cookies
You can enable, disable or change cookie settings via your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Mozilla or Chrome). More information about switching on, off or removing cookies can be found in your browser tutorial, or by using the help/search function. These instructions will differ for each browser. If you choose to, you can also activate the ‘do not track’ function in your browser. This will disable the cookies in your browser.
Accept or remove tracking cookies and other cookies posted by third parties:
Some tracking cookies are placed by third parties via our website who wish to display relevant advertisements that match your preferences. These cookies can be removed entirely via Your Online Choices, preventing them from being returned to a third-party website. Through your browser settings, you can indicate which cookies you accept, or whether you wish to accept any cookies at all. The exact location where these functions are located varies from browser to browser. By using the help function of your browser, you can find out the exact location and method to accomplish this.
Refusing specific cookies:
If you refuse (certain) cookies, you may not be able to make full use of all the functions of our website. Likewise, the refusal of cookies does not mean that you will no longer see advertisements. You will still see ads in your browser, but these will no longer be tailored to your own needs or personal preferences.
Information about cookies
You can find more information about cookies on the following websites:
• Consumers’ Association: “What are cookies?”
• Consumers’ Association: “Deleting cookies”
• Consumers’ Association: “Disabling cookies”
Cookies are small text files that are used by websites to personalise user experiences. According to law, we may store cookies on your device if they are strictly necessary for the use of our website. We require your explicit permission to use all other types of cookies.
This website uses different types of cookies, and some cookies are placed by third-party services that appear on our pages. Your permissions you give to us apply explicitly to the following web address: www.raedthuysThoolen.com
Necessary cookies help make a website more useful by enabling basic functions such as page navigation and providing access for securing areas of the site. Without these cookies, a website cannot function properly.
Preference cookies ensure that a website remembers information that affects the behaviour and design of the site, such as the language of your preference or the region where you live.
Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors use their website by collecting anonymous data to produce reports.
Marketing cookies are used to track visitors as they browse different websites. Their goal is to display ads that are tailored to, and relevant to the individual user. These ads are highly valuable to publishers and external advertisers.
Non-classified cookies are ones that we still work to actively classify, as well as identifying the providers of each of these individualised cookies.