What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are installed on your computer, smart phone or tablet when you visit a website.
The law differentiates between cookies that analyse the use of the website on the one hand and cookies that store personal data and pass them on to third parties on the other hand. Which cookies does Violett use and why?
- Functional cookies
Functional cookies enable the website to be loaded more quickly onto your device so you can use it more smoothly. At Violett.be the cookies remember what browser you use (e.g. chrome, explorer, …) as well as your language setting, so you don’t need to constantly reset this. These cookies are only used for this purpose.
- Cookies to analyse the website
In order for us to improve the violett.be website, we want to know which pages are read the most, how long people stay on our site, which pages are not being read … Analytical cookies are used for this purpose. Violett.be uses these cookies.
The analysis is done via Google Analytics. Google is not allowed to combine this information with other information about you. Neither is Google allowed to pass this information on to others. The cookies can only be used by Violett to research how visitors use the website (what they click on, how long they stay on a page, …). We can never receive information about a person through these cookies, we only receive figures about the use of Violett.be.
Functional cookies cannot be disabled, analytical cookies can. If you wish to do this, click here:
(tool on the website)
Which cookies does Violett.be not use and why not?
- Tracking Cookies, marketing cookies, social cookies
These cookies store information about you. They also pass this information on to others, who build a profile of your online behaviour this way. This profile can be linked to your name, address, e-mail address, etc. It is through these cookies that adverts suddenly pop up on your Facebook or in your browser. Violett does not use these cookies, it is actually impossible to turn them on accidentally.
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