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What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer. While visiting a website this text file stores information. The website can read this information at a later visit again. Some cookies are necessary otherwise the website does not perform properly. There are also useful cookies for the visitor. For example, cookies that remember in which language you want to read the site.
What cookies are used on this website?
There are different types of cookies. Cookies can be placed by parties other than Cadran (third parties). These ‘third-party cookies’ are made by or for third parties, will be stored on your computer by third parties, and third parties only have access to those cookies and the information collected. It is important to note that we have no control over and/or have knowledge of the content and operation of this ‘third party cookies’.
Examples of third parties on this website are Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Salesfeed, Zendesk and Doubleclick. These are used in order to analyze and track the use of this website. This allows us to adapt to the preferences of our visitors on our website. Google may transfer this information to third parties if this is required by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. We do not have influence on that part, but we have a processing agreement and we changed our Google Analytics settings into ‘not sharing data’ to guarantee privacy.
Reject and delete cookies
You can manage in your browser that you will not receive new cookies during your next use of this website. How it works varies by browser. Please consult the help function of your browser also to find out how you can delete previous issued cookies. In addition, you are able to change your cookie setting for use on our website. For this we refer to our footer.
Please be aware of the possibility that you will be limited in this websites features if you reject and/or removing cookies or that you do not have access to (parts of) the website.