Cookie policy uses cookies. On this page, you can read what cookies are, where to find them and how to control them.

Note: cookies do not tell us who you are. If you visit our website, you remain anonymous.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small, non-complex file which we send along with the pages of and which are stored on the hard disk of your computer by your browser. The information that is stored can be sent back to our servers during a subsequent visit. A cookie only contains a unique number. This enables us to recognise your computer (or smartphone, tablet etc.) during a subsequent visit to

No personal data

Cookies do not contain any personal data. The cookies do not tell us who you are. When visiting, you remain anonymous.

What cookies do we use?

We use the following cookies:

  1. Permanent cookies
    A permanent cookie enables us to recognise your computer (or smartphone, tablet etc.) during a subsequent visit to This makes it possible to adjust the website in accordance with your preferences. Permanent cookies can be removed under settings in your browser.

  2. Session cookies
    Session cookies enable us to see what parts of you viewed during a visit. This way we can adjust our service in accordance with your surfing behaviour. Session cookies are automatically removed once you close your Internet browser.

  3. Google Analytics cookies
    We use Google Analytics to analyse how many visitors visit and what pages they view. Google Analytics installs cookies for this. We use this information to improve our service.

  4. Cookies by Social media buttons includes buttons enabling you to promote (like) web pages or share them (tweet) on e.g. Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work with small pieces of code which originate from the social media themselves. This code installs cookies. This is beyond our control. You can read the privacy statements on e.g. Facebook, Twitter or Google+ to find out what happens to your (personal) data.

No permission needed for use of cookies

We only use cookies for collecting data on the use of in anonymous form. These cookies are not shared with any third parties. We therefore do not need your consent for the use of cookies.


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Inspecting, correcting or removing your data

You are entitled to ask for the inspection, correction or removal of your data. You can ask for your data by sending us a letter at Postbus 166, 7400 AD Deventer, the Netherlands. In the event of errors in the data held on file, you can ask us to correct or remove them. In order to prevent abuse, we may ask you to identify yourself.

Refusing cookies

If you want, you can also refuse cookies. This is possible by selecting this option under settings in your Internet browser. Select the browser you use below and follow the instructions for refusing cookies.

Note: if you use multiple browsers to visit our website, you must refuse cookies for each browser separately.

Websites with further information on cookies

The following websites will provide you with further information on cookies: