A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer or another internet-connected device to identify your browser, provide analytics, and remember information about you, such as your language preference or login information. They’re safe and can’t be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your device.
These are cookies that the STTN website uses so that we can recognize you on your next visit. This means you do not have to repeat your preferences every time, and that saves you time again. Do you not want these cookies to end up on your hard drive? Then easily remove them via the settings of your browser.
With these cookies, we can see which parts of the website you have viewed. With these cookies, we can study the surfing behavior of the customers and adjust the website where necessary. We will make an increasingly better and more complete website for you. These cookies are automatically deleted again when you close your browser.
Here are 2 different types. The tracking cookies of our own and the tracking codes of third parties. With our own tracking cookies, we can see which companies from our network you visit even more. It is not that your data, such as name, address, and the like, are used here, and this serves to match any advertisements.
With third-party tracking cookies, any advertisers of ours place cookies on your equipment. They can also create a profile from your surfing behavior so that their advertisements are well-tuned.
Due to the new AVG law that goes into May 25, 2018, we now have a notification at the bottom of the website asking whether you want to agree with our cookie statement and privacy statement. A cookie will be placed on your computer indicating whether you agree or disagree. Do you not agree? Then some website functionalities, such as contact forms, will disappear.
Of course, you have the right to ask for inspection, correction, or deletion of personal data. We advise you to arrange this via our contact page. To prevent abuse, we can ask you for identification. When viewing the link linked to a cookie, you must also send a copy of this cookie. You can find these in the settings in the browser.
You can delete the cookies in your browser. Do you not know how? Then there is a help function with all browsers that can help you further. Can you not find it? Then we recommend Googling it – you will know how it works in no time!
Some tracking cookies are placed by third parties, and you can delete these cookies centrally via Your Online Choices.
Do you need more information about cookies? Check out the websites below:
Consumentenbond: “What are cookies?”
Consumentenbond: “What are the cookies used for?”
Consumers’ Association: “Delete cookies.”
Consumers’ Association: “Disable cookies.“
Your Online Choices: “A guide to online behavioral advertising.”