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Cookies are small text files that are stored in the browser (e.g. Edge, Chrome or Safari) when you visit a website. A small amount of data is stored in a cookie about the visitor and/or the website. Cookies are transparent for both the user and the website. This allows servers to display a page that is personalized for that specific user. In addition, information from one visit can be taken to the next visit. For example: if you prefer to read a website in your own language, your language preferences are stored in a cookie. This way, you do not have to change the language settings every time you visit the website.
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Functional cookies are necessary for our website to function properly. Language settings are stored in a functional cookie, for example, so that the language settings do not have to be changed every time you visit.
Anonymized analytical cookies
Anonymous analytical cookies are important to improve our website and to offer visitors an enjoyable and user-friendly experience. On the basis of anonymised data, we can see, among other things, how many people visit our website, where visitors come from and which devices they use. We use Google Analytics to analyze this data. We have entered into a processor agreement with Google for this. To respect the privacy of our visitors, the last octet of the IP address is masked. We have also disabled the ‘Share data with Google’ functionality.
Profiling cookies from third parties
Cookies are usually placed by the website that someone visits. However, this does not apply to profiling cookies. These are placed by third parties, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Google. These parties usually place cookies to create a profile of the visitor, which is used to place and personalize advertisements on third-party platforms. Such a profile is drawn up on the basis of, among other things, demographic data, but also on the basis of surfing behavior. For example: when someone visits our catering page, we can show this person specific information on Facebook, Google and LinkedIn about the catering applications of Dyflexis. Therefore, our advertisements are relevant and not intrusive.
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