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Municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch
5200 GZ 's-Hertogenbosch
PO Box 12345
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1. What are cookies?
Cookies are files that remember your preferences while browsing and store them on your own device. A cookie does not store your name, address, age or other personal data. Another personal data such as passwords is also not available to a cookie. They only remember your preferences and your interests based on your surfing behavior. On the site you will find functional, analytical and sometimes advertising cookies and third-party cookies.
2. Which cookies does Play Equal use
We use the following cookies on the website:
(a) Local storage and session storage
Sometimes data is not stored in a cookie, but in the 'local storage' of your browser. That works about the same, but you can store more data and it's more secure. In addition, it is not websites that determine how long the data may be stored. This depends on the settings of your browser and/or how often your browser history erases. Session storage is the same, but is always deleted immediately when you close your browser.
On the Play Equal website we use session cookies:
be_typo_user (until end of session)
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b) Functional cookies
Functional cookies ensure that the site works properly. Think, for example, of cookies for our search function. Your device remembers the format you created yourself. We do not need to ask permission for these cookies in advance.
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c) Cookies for website statistics, analytical cookies
Analytical cookies give us insight into how you use our website. With these insights we try to improve our website. Analytical cookies make a minimal invasion of your privacy. The stored data cannot be traced back to a person.
We use a web analytics package at Play Equal. For example, to analyze which pages people visit the most and through which browser or device people browse. Based on that, we can improve our sites. We store this data anonymously. So they can't be traced back to who you are. We only use them to analyze your visit to our site. We also do not need to ask permission for these anonymous cookies in advance.
On the Play Equal website we use:
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d) Third-party cookies
Third parties also place some cookies on the Play Equalwebsite. For example, to bring certain things to your attention or to give direct access to social media. For the cookies that these third parties place, the information they collect with them and the purpose for which they use that information, we refer to the privacy statements on their own websites. These statements may change regularly. Play Equal has nothing to say about that.
3. Why do we use third-party cookies?
Our websites use various Google Inc. services, such as Google Analytics and YouTube. We use these services to make reports on how visitors use the websites. We also use them to show YouTube videos and analyze viewing behavior. These statistics and videos function with pieces of code that come from Google itself. This code can also place cookies. maximum for 2 years. Unless you delete them yourself earlier.
The information that Google collects is made anonymous as much as possible. The information goes to Google. Google stores them on servers in the United States.
Google says it adheres to the EU/US Privacy Shield and is certified as an EU/US Privacy Shield. This means that there is an adequate level of protection for the processing of any personal data. We have no influence on the use of the data by Google and/or third parties. Please read Google's privacy statement (it may change regularly). It states what Google does with your(personal)data that it processes via these cookies.
4. How can I disable the cookies?
Disabling cookies only affects the device and browser on which you delete them. Therefore, when using more devices and browsers, you need to do this for all browsers and devices.
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