Laws and regulations
Cookies that are essential for the optimization of the website do not require permission, since they promote the user-friendliness of the website if they are only stored on the computer of the user/visitor, unreachable for the publisher/owner of the site.
For us to use statistical cookies, we must always explicitly ask you for your permission. We do that through the banner at the bottom of the page, and the popup screen cookies. You can disable the blue check mark in the popup screen when you do not give permission for analytical cookies, and give us permission by leaving the blue check mark enabled. Until that time, the analytical cookies are disabled anyway.
You can change your preference at any time and delete the cookies placed on your computer from your computer. How this works varies per browser. The Consumers' Association has drawn up a simple step-by-step plan per browser.
Which cookies do we place?
In the cookie overview below you can read which cookies we use, who places them (we or a third party), what the purpose of the cookie is, what the retention period is, and whether a cookie is necessary or not and the consequences of not accept the relevant cookie.
PHP customer session ID (PHPSESSID)
The PHPSESSID cookie ensures that the website can store serialized status data. It is a temporary cookie that is used during a visit to the site and is deleted when the visitor ends his visit. This cookie is used primarily for security reasons.
Cookieconsent_status and cookieconsent_preferences_disabled
Language and currency
With these two cookies, your preferences for language (semi-automatic) and currency (automatic) are saved on your computer.
The cookies below are placed for our site by Google analytics for analytical purposes. The data that Google Analytics collects is only used to analyze how often a visitor visits the website again, how the website is found (from advertisements or other websites), and which pages are viewed the most. For more information about these cookies, we refer to the Google analytics site. The data that GA collects is stored anonymously on Google's server (s). In parentheses is how long the relevant cookie is stored.
_ga (2 years), _gid (24 hours), _gat (1 minute)