Cookie Guideline

Cookie Guidelines

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, tablet or cell phone when you use the Service. Cookies cannot harm your computer, tablet or cell phone. Cookies are necessary to provide you with a smoothly functioning service. We use three types of cookies, namely functional cookies, analytical cookies and tracking cookies. However, we will only use tracking cookies with your consent. If you do not consent to the use of tracking cookies, the Service will function less smoothly than when tracking cookies are used.


Functional cookies are cookies that are essential to the operation of the Service. Without these cookies, the Service cannot function properly. This means that these cookies cannot be disabled. A distinction is made between functional session cookies and functional permanent cookies. Session cookies are deleted after you have left the Service. Persistent cookies are stored to prevent you from having to perform the same action again. An example of the use of persistent cookies is purchases you have stored in your shopping cart on a shopping website. We do not share the information obtained with these cookies with third parties.


Analytical cookies are cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the service. Thanks to analytics cookies, we know what people search for on the Service, how long it takes for a page to load, and which buttons people who visit the Service click. Some analytics cookies may be placed without your consent. Other analytics cookies are placed only when we have your consent to do so.

We use the following analytics cookies:

Google Analytics: we use Google Analytics for our analytics services. Google Analytics sets a persistent cookie to identify your browser. In doing so, your data is shared with Google. We only share with Google the data that the GDPR allows us to share with Google. We use this information together with other data from other users. For this reason, we cannot identify you as an individual. We have not given Google permission to share your data with third parties. However, Google may be required by law to share your information with third parties. Information received from Google is anonymized to the extent possible. The information is transported and stored on servers in the United States. Google complies with data protection guidelines and is a member of the Privacy Shield program of the U.S. Department of Commerce. This means that it offers an adequate level of protection for the processing of your personal data.