A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user's computer by the user's web browser while the user is browsing the web. Almost if not all websites use some sort of cookies. Our website uses different types of cookies. Each cookie has it's own functionality. On this page, we try to give you an explanation on why we drop these cookies and which parties are involved. If you have any questions, remarks, ... feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Functional cookies are cookies that we use to make the website work properly. For example, think about the cookie modal that popped up the first time you visited our website. Wouldn't it be a drag if it would pop up on every single page, every single time? Thanks to cookies, we know you've already saw the popup, so we don't need to show it to you again.
Functional cookies can't be disabled on our website. Using our websites implies that functional cookies are used.
Some examples of information included in those statistics:
Analytical cookies can't be disabled on our website. Using our websites implies that analytical cookies are used.
The content of our website is free to use. In return, we run advertisements on some pages. Thanks to those ads, we can continue letting you enjoy our website for free. Some ads require cookies to work. These ads can be published on our website by us, or by a third-party. To be able to show you personalized ads, we or third-party services try to find out what interests you, on the basis of which websites and pages you're visiting online. For example, depending on your browsing behaviour, you may be included in a category like "male, unmarried, with an interest in gaming", making the choice of relevant ads less difficult. Third-parties can merge this information with information they have from other websites, resulting in a more accurate profile.
The third-parties we use for tracking and advertisements on our website are Google and Facebook. We invite you to read their cookie statement they provide for website visitors, regarding the cookies they drop on third-party websites.
Among other things, tracking cookies make it possible to:
Social cookies allow users to share website content (a page, a score, ...) on social media, like Twitter or Facebook. These cookies are dropped by these third-party social media companies.
The third-parties we use for social interaction on our website are Facebook and Twitter. We invite you to read their cookie statement they provide for website visitors, regarding the cookies they drop on third-party websites.
The most important feature of social cookies is giving the social media networks the ability to identify you, so you can like, share, comment, ... on their networks.
Please note that disabling social cookies won't disable ads on our website (cf. tracking cookies).
We invite you to choose your own prefered cookie settings. Uncheck the boxes from the cookies you don't wish to use. Functional and analytical cookies are always enabled.