The new Dutch Telecom Act came into effect on the 5th of July 2012. Which means every website is required, by law, to inform a user about cookies and request permission to use them.
Cookies are small files that remember your preferences during browsing and are saved in your own computer. A cookie doesn’t save any personal information. It only stores your preferences and interests based on your browsing behaviour.
This website uses the following cookies:
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2. Cookies for website statistics
We use web analytics software (Google Analytics) to analyse which pages are most visited, which browsers people use (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.), screen size etc. Using these statistics we can continue to improve our website. This data is stored anonymously and cannot be traced to a particular person.
If you don’t want us to store cookies on your computer then you can easily disable them in your browser. You can read how to disable cookies on this