What is a cookie?
Coulisse.nl uses the following cookies:
- Google Analytics (analytical cookies)
- Functional and technical cookies (necessary and session cookies)
At the moment, Coulisse does not use any third-party cookies.
1. First Party Cookies
1.1 Google Analytics (analytical cookies)
A cookie from the company Google is sent through our website as part of its “Analytics” service. We use this service to acquire data and reports on how visitors are using the website. Google can provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obligated to do so, or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence over these actions. We have not permitted Google to use the obtained Analytics information for other Google services.
The information collected by Google is anonymized as much as possible. Your IP address is expressly not provided. The information is transferred to Google and saved on their servers in the United States. Google states they will adhere to the Safe Harbor principles, and they are certified under the Safe Harbor program of the American Ministry of Trade. This means they have an appropriate level of protection for processing any possible personal information.
1.2 Functional and technical cookies (necessary and session cookies)
Technical cookies are cookies that are necessary for the proper functioning of the Coulisse.nl website(s). Functional cookies remember your preferences. For Coulisse.nl, this includes storing a website language marker _icl_current_language and the session cookie devicePixelRatio. Please note: all these cookies are used to ensure the website’s proper functioning and guarantee increased user convenience.
1.2.1 Using session cookies
One type of cookies used on Coulisse.nl are session cookies. These enable us to adjust our services to the visitor’s browsing behavior as much as possible and increase user convenience during their session. For instance, these cookies allow visitors to stay logged on during a session, etc. On Coulisse.nl, cookies are used to guarantee good functionality of the website on various devices. These cookies are deleted automatically when you close your browser.
2. Enabling and disabling cookies and removing them
Do you want to enable or disable cookies, or would you like to change your settings? Please go to the settings of your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Mozilla or Chrome). Use your browser’s instructions and/or the Help option for more information on how to enable, disable and delete cookies. The necessary steps are different for each browser. You can opt to activate your browser’s ‘do not track’ functionality.
You can use the settings of your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Mozilla or Chrome) to indicate whether you accept cookies, and which cookies you accept. On every browser this option is located in a different menu. Use your browser’s Help option to find the exact location and functioning.
Refusing specific cookies:
If you refuse (specific) cookies, you may not be able to use (or fully use) the website functionalities.
Information on cookies
You can find more information about cookies on the following websites:
- Dutch Consumer Association: “What are cookies?”
- Dutch Consumer Association: “Deleting cookies”
- Dutch Consumer Association: “Disabling cookies”
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.