Many websites that you view store small text files on your computer. This makes your computer recognizable during your visit and during a follow-up visit. We call such files ‘cookies’.
What do cookies do?
There are 3 types of cookies.
Certain cookies are necessary to hold settings or preferences during a visit to the website or till a next visit. Suppose you do not want cookies from a certain website. That website can ‘remember’ that by placing a cookie. Without cookies you will be bothered with the same questions every time.
There are cookies that tell the website which pages you view, in which order, and for how long. This results in web statistics that can help to better tailor the website to the visitors. Similar cookies are, for example, to conduct online surveys.
For other cookies, it is necessary to request permission, including tracking cookies.
No personal data
Cookies such as holstcentrewebinars.com uses do not contain personal data.
Such cookies therefore cannot simply be used to identify yourself. This would require additional information: for example a combination of type 3 cookies with your login data for third party websites (these login details can often be traced back to your person). Without any additional information, cookies do not constitute a threat to your privacy.
Do you object to cookies?
If you use the site of holstcentrewebinars.com, you automatically agree to the placing of cookies of type 1 and 2. For type 3 cookies you must give explicit permission.
Do you want to exclude cookies altogether? You can do this via the settings of your browser (internet program).
Which cookies does holstcentrewebinars.com place?
Below you can see which cookies holstcentrewebinars.com places for each of the 3 types mentioned under “What do cookies do?”
Essential cookies (type 1)
The following cookies from holstcentrewebinars.com are required for the website to work:
- cookie:accepted, used as a boolean to allow/disallow placement of type 2 cookies. This cookie is valid for 1 year.
Analytical cookies (type 2)
holstcentrewebinars.com collects data for anonymous statistics about visits to the website. This is done with the Analytics product of the company Google.
holstcentrewebinars.com adheres to the privacy legislation during processing.
the IP-address of your internet provider;
the browser you use (like Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox);
from which page you enter holstcentrewebinars.com;
when and how long you visit holstcentrewebinars.com;
which pages you view on holstcentrewebinars.com.
_ga, is used to distinguise visitors and is valid for 1 year.
_gid, is used to distinguise visitors and is valid for 24 hours.
_gat, is used to regulate data collection and is valid for 1 day.
Other cookies (type 3)
holstcentrewebinars.com doesn't use third-party services to gather further data about visitors. These services place tracking cookies when the visitor has given permission.