What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that are sent to your computer when visiting a website. By placing cookies a website can track the visitor during the visit to the website and can be a returning visitor being recognized.
Which cookies are used on this site
Cookies which are being used by this website can be collected by us and / or third parties. The cookies are used for different purposes:
For functional purposes:
To navigate trough the website or to remember your settings and / or preferences when using the website.
Cookies for Website Analysis
Performance cookies for affiliate tracking
We work with a number of advertisers together on the basis of ‘affiliate marketing’. In affiliate marketing, we received as a website owner a fee of advertisers based on a “lead” or “sale”. So when you click on a link you will go from this site to the site of the advertiser. When you click through to the website the advertiser places a cookie on your computer. At the time you make a purchase on the advertiser’s website, the advertiser can track that you have come from our website.
Cookies Social Media
On our website buttons are included to promote web pages and to share on social networks, namely Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. These share buttons set cookies through bits of code that these social networks themselves originate. We have no influence. Please read the privacy statements of these networks (which may change frequently) to read what they do with the information they obtain through these cookies.
You can delete existing cookies through the browser settings on your computer and set up to refuse new cookies. This way may vary by browser. We encourage you to – if necessary – consult the help function of your browser. Additionally, you can block most cookies by refusing them at youronlinechoices.com.
Please note that if your cookies are disabled and / or removed, you can not always use all the capabilities of this or any other website. In addition, the refusal/ deleting cookies only affects the computer and browser on which you perform this operation. If you use multiple computers and/or browsers repeat the above action (s) as often as needed.