What are cookies and how does Hart Voor Marthe VZW use them?
The cookies used by the website are associated only with anonymous users and their computers and do not in themselves provide any personal data about the users. Some cookies are used by third parties (eg Google) to provide data on the effectiveness of offers. Under no circumstances do cookies collect personal data with which a particular user can be identified. The cookies used on the website are always temporary in nature and are solely intended to make the subsequent transmission more efficient. None of the cookies used on the website are valid for more than two years. Users can set their browsers to notify them of the receipt of cookies and to prevent them from being installed on their computer. If the user deletes the cookies or disables them, the user may no longer have access to certain functionalities of the website. To use the website, users do not need to allow the installation of cookies, unless it is necessary for them to start a session, as with any of the services that require prior registration or session start.
What types of cookies does Hart Voor Marthe VZW use?
Hart Voor Marthe VZW uses two types of cookies:
1. Analysis cookies
2. Personalization cookies
When the user is surfing or placing orders through the website, the website remembers his or her preferences (for example, the preferred location or language). Thanks to these cookies it is possible to offer users a simpler, simpler and more personalized browsing experience.
What happens to links to other websites?
How does Hart Voor Marthe collect and use IP addresses?
The website providers can automatically determine the IP address and domain name used by the users. An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. With this information, the data can be processed later in order to obtain only statistical measurements, which makes it possible to find out the number of visits to the website, the order in which these visits take place, the point of access, etc.