Cookies

As from June 2012 a new law has been intruced in the Netherlands: the Personal Data Protection Act. It is mandatory for every website to inform the user about 'cookies' and ask permission for using them. The website of Royal Dirkzwager makes use of these cookies.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small files which remember your preferences while surfing the internet and are saved on your computer. A cookie does not remember your name, address, age or any other type of personal data. It only remembers your preferences based on your browsing behaviour. 

 

Royal Dirkzwager uses the following cookies:

1. Functional cookies
Necessary cookies: to make it able for you to browse easily through our website, cookies are sometimes used. Your computer remembers the division you have made for yourself. A permission for these cookies is not necessary.

2. Cookies for webstatistics
At Dirkzwager, we make use of a web analytics program (Google Analytics) to analyze which pages are visited the most, to check with which browser people surf most often (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) or what the size of your screen is. This is done to improve our website. This data is saved anonymously so we can not track who you are. They are used only for analyzing your visit to our website.

3. Cookies from external parties
The social buttons (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.) below the articles and products are visible with Cookies. They offer your the opportunity to share information on your social media channel.


Refusing and deleting cookies
You can set your browser in a way in which, while visiting our website the next time, you will not receive any more cookies. This differs per browser. We advise you to consult the 'help' function of your browser. You will also find an explanation on how to delete earlier cookies at this 'help' function.

Your privacy is guaranteed on this website

 

Applicable law

These terms shall be governed by the laws of the Netherlands. Any disputes arising hereunder shall be settled by the Court at Rotterdam. 


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