Cookie policy

Study Association INPUT makes use of cookies on www.inputenoutput.nl. These are tiny text files which are stored on your computer.

What do these files do?

In brief, they make it easier for you to use our website (for example: not having to fill out the same data repeatedly) and easier for us to reach you after you have visited our website (for instance by making you a proposal afterwards through Facebook). Where we refer to “cookies” in the following we also intend other comparable techniques.

Accept the cookies

To have the best possible experience with our website, we advise you to accept the cookies. Cookies do not endanger the security of your computer. You can accept the cookies (or disable them) by way of the notification upon your first visit. Or, in the event you did not accept them, for example, through the browser settings.


On www.inputenoutput.nl, use is made of the analytical and marketing cookies described below.

Analytical cookies

www.inputenoutput.nl tries to render your experience with our website as good as possible. This is only possible if we know what our visitors are doing on the website. And consequently, to post more of what is appreciated and less of what is not.

Google Analytics

Purpose: through Google Analytics, we know how you ended up on the website and how you use the website. We use these statistics to constantly improve the website, so you have the best possible experience on our website. This cookie is placed by Google and it is stored for a maximum of 26 months.

More information: http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/

Marketing cookies

We advertise at www.inputenoutput.nl, as well. We prefer doing so with offers which are actually useful to you. Instead of bothering you with irrelevant advertising. The marketing cookies help us to show you the offers which make you happy.

Facebook

Purpose: the Facebook cookies allow us to see where visitors passed through at the website, so that we can link this data to relevant advertising which we can then show on Facebook. This cookie is placed by Facebook, does not share information with third parties, and is saved for a maximum of 2 years.

More information: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/update

Twitter

Purpose: Twitter cookies allow us to see where our visitors pass through on the website, so we can link this data to relevant advertising which we will subsequently show on Twitter. This cookie comes from Twitter, does not share any information with third parties, and is stored for a maximum of 2 years.

More information: https://twitter.com/en/privacy

DoubleClick

Purpose: this cookie allows us to see what pages you visit. Subsequently, this data let us show you relevant advertising and offers for products/services which you have shown an interest in within the so-called partner network of Google. This cookie derives from Google, shares anonymous data with third parties, and is deleted after a maximum of 18 months.

More information: https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/

Google Analytics Remarketing

Purpose: this cookie allows us to see how you use this website. To make it easier for you to find what you are looking for, we use this information to show advertising which is directed at you. For instance through our own newsletter or website. This cookie derives from Google, shares anonymous data with third parties, and is deleted after a maximum of 18 months.

More information: https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/

Social media buttons

Do you want to share a page from this website on social media such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or LinkedIn? Or are you watching a video on YouTube or Vimeo which is posted on the website? Or are you liking our Facebook page through this website?

At that moment, you are effectively making use of the services of that external (social media) party. These elements are embedded – as the technique is called – on our website, but the activity actually takes place on the website of that third party. In that case, your anonymous (!) data is shared with those parties. That’s also when we no longer have any influence on the cookies and/or their content as they are applied at that time. It is best to consult the privacy and/or cookie statement of the relevant parties. See for example:


Can this cookie policy be modified?

This cookie policy can be modified intermediately to announce alterations; the updated version can always be found through this link.

Questions about the cookie policy?

For any possible questions about the cookie policy, you can send an e-mail to info@studievereniginginput.nl

Contact

Study Association INPUT
Warandelaan 2, room P0.011
5037 AB Tilburg

013-4663008

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