What is a cookie?
A permanent cookie will recognise when you revisit our website. This allows us to gear the website specifically to you preferences. The cookie also allows us to remember whether you have given us permission to place cookies. This avoids you continually having to reset your preferences, saving you time and making your visit to our website a more pleasurable experience. Permanent cookies can be removed using your browser settings.
Using session cookies
Session cookies can inform us which parts of the website you perused during your visit. We can use this information to adjust our website to our visitors’ surfing behaviour. These cookies are automatically deleted the moment you close your web browser.
Our own tracking cookies
With your permission we place a cookie on your hard drive which can be referred to if you visit a website on our network. This cookie will track whether you have visited any other website(s) on our network in addition to our own. The profile we build up in this manner is not linked to your personal data, but only exists to fine-tune advertisements to your profile, making these as relevant to you as possible.
Tracking cookies from our advertisers
With your permission, our advertisers also place ‘tracking cookies’ on your equipment. These cookies track the pages you visit in their network and by doing so build up a profile of your online surfing behaviour. This profile is in part constructed on similar information that they gather from your visits to other websites in their network. The constructed profile is not linked to your personal data, but only exists to fine-tune advertisements to your profile, making these as relevant to you as possible.
Google Analytics / Universal Analytics
We use this service to acquire insight into how visitors use the website. Google may reveal this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so or if third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. We have no influence over this. We have refused Google permission to use the information obtained for other Google services.
The information collected by Google is anonymised as far as possible. Your IP address is absolutely not submitted. The information is stored on servers in the United States. Google is part of the US Department of Commerce’s Safe Harbor programme. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection present for the processing of any potential personal data.
Tracking code based on display advertisements
Our website has implemented the following Google Analytics function based on display advertisements:
You can unregister for Google Analytics display advertising and adjust your advertisement settings for the Google Display Network via Google’s Advertising settings.
We do not combine personally identifiable data with non-personally identifiable information previously collected via functions for display advertisements based on the DoubleClick cookie, unless we have been given clear notification or have obtained the user’s prior permission for this combination.
We also would like to point out the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on to you, which you can use to prevent Google Analytics collecting and using your data.
We include buttons on our website to promote our web pages on social media such as Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work using pieces of code that originate from these social networks. Cookies are placed via this code. We have no influence on this. Please read the privacy declarations of the various networks (which are regularly updated) to find out what they do with your (personal) data processed using these cookies.
The information they collect is anonymised as far as possible. This information is transferred to and by Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn and stored on servers in the United States. LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Google + state they adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and are members of the US Department of Commerce’s Safe Harbor programme. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection present for the processing of any potential personal data.
Right to inspect, correct or remove your data
You have the right to request sight of, to correct and/or have your data removed. See our contact page for further details. To facilitate this process and prevent misuse we may request appropriate identification is provided. Where this concerns sight of personal data linked to a cookie, you will be requested also to submit a copy of the specific cookie. You can find these in your browser settings.
Switching cookies on and off and removing them
More information regarding how to switch on and off the acceptance of cookies and their removal can be found in your browser’s instructions and/or by using your browser’s ‘Help’ function.
Removing tracking cookies placed by third parties
Some tracking cookies are placed by third parties which will show advertisements among other things via our website. These cookies can be removed centrally via Your Online Choices in order to avoid relocation to a third party’s website.
More information regarding cookies?
More information on cookies is available on the following websites:
Consumentenbond: Wat zijn cookies? | Waarvoor dienen cookies? | Cookies verwijderen | Cookies uitschakelen
Your Online Choices: A guide to online behavioural advertising
The cookierecht.nl cookie declaration was referred to as a source when creating this document.
The utmost care was taken when compiling this declaration. However, Visit Flevoland is not liable for any direct or indirect damage which may arise from using the information provided herein. No rights can be derived or claims made in any way from the content of this declaration.