What are cookies?

 

Cookies are small text files which are placed on your computer when you visit our website. Cookies help Addrelevance to do different things, such enabling certain features on our website or measure how visitors such as you use our website.

 

Our objective with the use of cookies is to enable you to use our website conveniently and to provide you with the best possible service during your site visits. They enable us to optimise our website.

 

This cookie statement is intended to inform you about the features and purposes of the cookies that we use. We also invite you to read our Privacy Statement, which sets out the rules regarding privacy protection which apply to our websites.

 

Your consent

 

When you visit our website for the first time, we call your attention to our cookies statement by way of a cookie banner, so that if you wish you may configure your browser settings to limit or block the use of cookies. We also inform you how to consent to their use. You are free to accept or reject the cookies. However, you should be aware that if you refuse to accept cookies, this might make your browsing session on our website less convenient, or even impossible if you reject functional cookies.

 

Types of cookies

 

Cookies can be divided into categories according to their origin, function and lifetime.

Origin:

  1. First-party cookies (direct cookies): these cookies are set by Addrelevance during your visit to one of our sites.
  2. Third-party cookies (indirect cookies): these cookies are set by a third party when you visit a Addrelevance website, such as cookies set by Google, Twitter or Facebook. With regard to cookies set by third parties we refer you to the statements on their own websites. Please note that Addrelevance has no influence whatsoever either on the contents of these statements or on the actual contents of the cookies set by these parties.

 

Function:

  1. Strictly necessary cookies: these cookies are required in order to browse our website.
  2. Functional cookies: these cookies allow our website to remember your preferences. They include login cookies, registration cookies and language preference cookies. Functional cookies are first-party cookies.
  3. Performance cookies: these cookies are set on the website for statistical, social or commercial purposes or to generate general visitor profiles. The purpose of performance cookies is basically to make your browsing session easier, more convenient and more enjoyable. Performance cookies may be first-party or third-party.
    • Cookies set for statistics purposes enable the site managers to see which website pages you have visited and to geographically locate the computer/device used, e.g. Google Analytics.
    • Cookies set for social purposes enable users to share website content on the social networks: Twitter, Facebook, etc. if they wish.
  4. Marketing cookies: these cookies are placed on the website for marketing purposes.
    • Cookies set for profiling purposes enable the site managers to establish user profiles so as to be able to display advertising suited to their main interests: e.g. DoubleClick cookies.
    • Cookies set for advertising purposes record the advertisements that have been displayed during a user’s browsing sessions and their frequency. A number of cookies of this kind are used by Google Analytics. Convenience cookies may be either first-party or third-party cookies.

 

Lifetime:

  1. Persistent cookies: also known as ‘tracking cookies’, these outlast an individual session and remain on your hard disk for a predefined period of time or until you choose to delete them.
  2. Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that enable visitors to navigate quickly and easily through the site during a browsing session. A browsing session begins when the visitor opens the browser window and ends when the visitor closes the window. All session cookies are deleted when you close your browser. Session cookies are usually functional cookies.

 

Adjusting your browser settings

 

Any time you wish, you can adjust your browser settings for accepting or rejecting cookies. These settings can generally be found in your browser’s Options or Settings menu.

 

Contact details

 

If you have questions about this cookie statement, you can contact Addrelevance by e-mail: info@addrelevance.be

 

For more info on cookies

 

At www.allaboutcookies.org you can learn more about how cookies work.

 

The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB), an alliance of online advertising agencies, offers a lot of useful information and advice on behavioural advertising and online privacy at http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/

 

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