Eating the Cookie?
As CONNAXIS we are using on this website. A cookie is a small file that saves a website via the browser on your hard drive. A cookie stores information. Through a cookie, we can remember what actions you have made on the website, so you don't have to go through the same actions over and over again.
Which cookies does CONNAXIS use?
By using permanent cookies, we make sure that you don't have to repeat the same actions you have already completed before. We recognize your preferences you already specified in a previous visit on our website. This will save you time and makes the website more enjoyable to use. You can remove permanent cookies through your browser settings.
We only use session cookies while you're visiting the website and will automatically delete them once you close the browser. During your session we will remember which pages you´re visiting and will fine-tune our further services based on that information.
Google Analytics cookies
The Google Analytic cookies are placed via our website by Google, as part of the ´Analytic-service´. We use this service to track visitor behavior and to get reports about how visitors make use of our website. Based on that, we are able to improve the website. This does not include saving personal information, but will only track your behavior on our website.
Social media cookies
You can find buttons on our website to share our posts/content on your social media channel. A Facebook or Linkedin-button for example.. These button function uses specific codes coming from the social media platforms. Cookies are placed through these codes. We are not able to influence these codes. The social media platforms declare what they do with your personal information and cookies in their own privacy statements.
Enabling, disabling and deleting cookies
More information about enabling, disabling and deleting cookies can be found in the instructions and/or using the Help function of your browser. You will find more information about cookies on the website of the Cookierecht and the Consumentenbond.