Cookie Statement

Cookie Statement

Netprofiler uses Cookies on their website. A Cookie is a small data file. Your browser uses this file to save specific data, which will then be transmitted by your browser. A Cookie will never be used to store personal data nor can Cookies be used to track a person’s profile. The use of Cookies is safe. You can, if so desired, adjust your settings.

We find it very important that you know which Cookies are used on our website and for which purpose they are being used. We always strive to safeguard your privacy and to make our website more user-friendly.

Which Cookies are being used?

To give you more insight on which Cookies our website uses and which data is stored we have created an overview of these Cookies. You are not obliged to give us permission to use Cookies, this could however lead to limited functionality and a less user-friendly website. You can change your privacy settings at any time if you so desire.

Cookies used for analytic purposes.

Netprofiler uses Google Analytics to gain more insight on the behavior of our website visitors. This includes which pages are visited most often, or how often a certain link is clicked. By means of the anonymous information the Google Analytics Cookies gather we gain insight on how we can further improve our website. These Cookies do not collect information on personal usage of your computer, your IP address is explicitly not included.

You can find an overview of the Cookies used for analytic purposes here.

Social Media Cookies.

Our website displays messages which originate from Twitter. The website sends a request to Twitter to display the tweets which involve Netprofiler.  In order for this to work it is necessary for Twitter to place Cookies on the website. If you are not logged in to twitter this will only trigger the guest_id Cookie, in case you are logged in to your Twitter account more Cookies will be placed.

You can find an overview of the Social Media Cookies here.

Interactive Cookies

The location of Netprofiler is displayed on a map on the website. In order for this to work it’s necessary that Google places several Cookies. This enables functionality such as zooming in on the map and allows you to adjust the display to your own personal preference.

You can find an overview of the Interactive Cookies here.

Browser settings.

Cookies are stored on your computer and you can delete them whenever you desire. This is very simple. However keep in mind that when you delete the Cookies you will have to adjust your settings again to your preference and you will have to login again. Be aware that you have to adjust the settings separately for every browser and / or computer. Click one of the icons below to view the manual of your browser.