Cookie Statement

Our website uses cookies to optimize your website experience and to collect information about the use and quality of our website. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone via our website and are read out when you use our website. Below you will find an explanation of the different types of cookies that our website uses.

Statistical cookies

In order to be able to adapt our website to the wishes and interests of our visitors and to offer you a pleasant website experience, we use statistical cookies.

We use Google Analytics from Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics gives us insight into the way our website is used. This concerns user statistics such as the number of different visitors, the pages that are frequently visited and the average duration of a visit. We hereby follow the Privacy Friendly Setup Manual of Google Analytics of the Personal Data Authority. This means, among other things, that we have instructed Google to remove the last three digits of your IP address (making it difficult to trace the IP address back to a specific visitor) and that we have disabled the default settings for sharing data with Google. We process your IP address in accordance with our Privacy Statement.

We have also concluded a processing agreement with Google. We do not use other Google services in combination with Google Analytics cookies. The limited information that is shared with Google through the use of Google Analytics may be transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google is affiliated to the EU/US Privacy Shield, which guarantees an adequate level of protection for the processing of personal data.

Below you will find the complete overview of the statistical cookies we use:

 Cookie  Description  Duration
 _ga Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistics on how the visitor uses the website for the purpose of improving user-friendliness.  2 years
 _gat Used by Google Analytics to track the number of requests and where necessary slow down the request speed to reduce the number of requests.  1 minute
 _gid Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistics about how the visitor uses the website  1 day
 gtm_auth This cookie is set by Google Tag Manager to collect analytical data about the website  Analytical cookie
 gtm_debug This cookie is set by Google Tag Manager to collect analytical data about the website  Analytical cookie
 gtm_preview This cookie is set by Google Tag Manager to collect analytical data about the website  Analytical cookie
 collect Used to send data to Google Analytics about the behavior of visitors to the website and its device. Tracks the visitor across different devices and marketing channels  Session

Deleting cookies

Session cookies remain on your device until you close your browser. At that moment they are automatically deleted. Temporary cookies remain on your device for the period indicated above, unless you delete them manually earlier.

Through your browser settings you can delete the cookies on your computer, tablet or mobile phone and refuse the placing of new cookies. The way in which this may vary from one browser to another. For Google Chrome see this link and for Internet Explorer see this link how to delete the different types of cookies. Also, if you do not wish Google Analytics data to be collected and used by Google, you may download and install the browser plug-in available at: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

More information about cookies and deleting cookies can also be found at the Consumentenbond and via Consuwijzer.

Questions?

Do you have any questions or comments about the use of cookies on our website? Please feel free to contact us via privacy@rutgersposch.com or call us on 020 891 3900.