Cookies are used on this website to improve your browsing experience on this website.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that the server of a website stores in the browser of your computer or on your mobile device when you visit the website in question. A cookie contains a unique code that allows the website to recognise your browser during your visit (called a 'session cookie') or during subsequent, repeated visits (called a 'permanent cookie'). Cookies can be stored by the server of the website you are visiting or by partners the website works with. The website server can only read cookies it has stored itself; it has no access to any other information on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are stored in the browser folder on your computer or mobile device. The content of a cookie generally consists of the name of the server that stored the cookie, an expiry date and a unique numerical code.
Cookies generally simplify and accelerate the interaction between a website and its visitors. Moreover, they help visitors navigate between the different parts of the website. Cookies can also be used to make the contents of the website or advertisements on the website more relevant for visitors by gearing them to their personal tastes and requirements.
We use different types of cookies on this website.
1. Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are absolutely necessary for people to be able to visit our website and use specific parts of it. They allow you to navigate between the different parts of the website or to complete forms, among other things. If you refuse to accept these cookies, certain parts of the website will not work (properly).
2. Functional cookies
These cookies boost our website's performance and make it more pleasant for visitors. They also guarantee a more customised surfing experience. A few examples are cookies that remember your language preferences and customer segment, or cookies that remember whether or not you have already been asked to participate in a survey, so that you are not presented with that same question over and over again.
3. Performance cookies
Our website also uses Google Analytics. We use performance cookies to gather information on our visitors’ use of the website. The aim is to improve the contents of our website, adjust it to our visitors’ wishes and boost user-friendliness. An example is a cookie that helps us count the number of unique visitors and that remembers the most popular pages.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. If you do not agree with the installation of cookies, you will probably need to remove or block them yourself.
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