Cookies uses cookies and web statistics to ensure that the website works properly and to conduct anonymous research into visitor behaviour on the website. Which cookies exactly places and for what purpose are explained below.

This page was last updated on 9 April 2024.

Cookies do not contain any personal data

A cookie is a small text file containing a (unique) number. Are you visiting a website? The website will often place cookies on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Cookies placed by contain no personal data. The collected data will therefore remain anonymous.

What type of cookies are used on

Functional cookies: strictly necessary cookies which are used to make the website function properly. Analytical cookies: used for research and web statistics, which helps to improve the website.

Consent for functional and analytical cookies

According to the Telecommunications Act (Dutch Cookie Act), visitors do not have to give their consent to the cookies placed by, because functional and analytical cookies have virtually no privacy implications.

Functional cookies placed places functional cookies to ensure the proper functioning of the website. For example, for security reasons but also to remember visitor preferences such as the selected language or sound volume for videos.

Detailed description of functional cookies used

Cookies placed for web statistics places cookies to measure web statistics using the Piwik application in which Statistic Netherlands (CBS) collects the following data:

  • equipment and software used (devices, browsers, operating system)
  • links used to get to our website
  • links used within the website
  • search terms used in the search engine on the website

Detailed description of cookies used for web statistics

No collection of personal data through anonymization of IP addresses

User research cookies

Visitors to the website may also be asked for their opinions of the website. For this anonymous user survey, uses the GetFeedback application; it loads a survey script and sets cookies. The script determines whether survey questions are displayed to a visitor and which ones, depending on what page the visitor is browsing.

Detailed description of user research cookies

No tracking cookies does not use any tracking cookies. These are cookies that can track website visitors while they are browsing other websites. Therefore, the website does not support the DoNotTrack setting of browsers.