What are cookies?
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Cookies can also be used to record visitor statistics. We use Google Analytics to gain insight into the behaviour of visitors to our website. On the basis of this information we gain insight into the surfing and visiting behavior of our visitors and we can optimize our website where possible. The information that Google collects is anonymised as much as possible. Read more about this in our privacy statement.
Accepting or rejecting cookies
With regard to our website, the consequences of refusing cookies are limited. All pages can be viewed normally. However, some pages contain a demo video that can not be viewed within our website without your consent to our cookies. (However, some functions and services on other websites may not function correctly if cookies are not accepted).
Want to find out more about cookies?
You can find out more about cookies on the following websites:
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- FAQ about cookies (NL)