What are cookies
Because we believe in transparency, we like to explain what something is when we talk about it. In this case cookies. No, not the kind that are keppt in the cupboard and you get with you tea. In the computer world, these are small files containing some information, which are used in most cases to see who or what is visiting the website.
With these small files, the website can see if you are logged in, but can also see who you are and what you have already done on a website. The latter kind are the so-called trackers. There are many more applications for cookies.
What do we do with them
We use one cookie, which is used to see if you are logged in. The cookie contains a unique code that can only be read by our software. That code is called a session id. This session code remains valid for no more than 15 minutes after your last server request. Through this you stay logged in and we can see which pages on the site you have visited.
Hold up! Don't run away just yet! The two are completely separate from each other. The software ensures that we see what a visitor has done, but not which visitor. We can only recognize that someone was logged in, because some pages ask for a login, but we do not know who this is and we do not need to know. We do not have any use for personal information, because we want to know what the average is so that we can participate.
We therefore believe that our cookie use is minimal and it just allows for a better user experience on the website. Such as:
- Directly seeing the correct language
- Staying logged in
- The correct display modes
In addition, we also store a separate cookie, which stores that you agree with the cookies, for 30 days. If you do not agree you will get the question every time you visit the website.
If you have any questions or remarks regarding this, please let us know. If you want to know more about what we do with your information, please visit our website's privacy page where we explain everything in detail.
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