Cookie policy

About cookies

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser in order to recognize your computer on return visits. These are passive files that can be stored or accessed in the user’s terminal equipment, but do not in themselves interact or manipulate equipment or information.

The use of cookies generally requires the consent of the user of the website. “Technical cookies”, which control the functions of a website, or which are necessary for the function of a service that the user has specifically requested, are exempt from the consent requirement.


Purpose of using cookies on

Cookies are used to keep statistics about the number of users on the website and to analyze the activity on the website, in order to improve usability. We also use technical cookies to ensure the functionality of the site. We do not record user behavior outside of our own websites.


Declaration of the website’s use of cookies:




Technical functionality

Traffic measurement

Ad settlement (frequency, user metric, etc.)

Behavior-based individually targeted advertising


Use of 3rd party cookies

We use various tools to support our services on the website. Some tools are provided by others. These can also be based on cookies, which are then set on our website by the supplier of the tool. Below you can see which suppliers we use

  • Vimeo
  • Google Analytics (statistics)
  • Google Tag manager


Cookies are stored for that long

Cookies delete themselves after a maximum of 24 months, but they are renewed after each visit.


How to delete cookies

Delete cookies on Microsoft Internet Explorer

Delete cookies on Mozilla Firefox browser

Delete cookies on Google Chrome browser

Delete cookies on Safari browser

Delete cookies on Opera browser

Delete flash cookies: (applies to all browsers)

Delete cookies on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

Delete cookies on Android phones


Please note that you should not always delete your cookies.

When you delete your cookies, you lose valuable information and make your journey on the Internet unnecessarily cumbersome. Many people delete cookies to clear their search history or hide which pages they have visited, but here it is actually easier to simply switch to Private Browsing and retain the benefits of cookies that ensure your preference is remembered from time to time.

Private browsing in Microsoft Internet Explorer (Ctrl + Shift + P)

Private browsing in FireFox (Ctrl + Shift + P)

Private Browsing in Safari on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Private browsing in Chrome (Ctrl + Shift + N)

Private browsing in Opera


How to avoid cookies

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block them. See instructions here:

For Google Analytics in particular, you can opt out of cookies here: