What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that we, Outfox, send to your browser via the server of our website. These files are stored on your device by your browser. Your device gets a unique number, which enables our website to recognize the device afterwards.
Cookies make sure that the website runs smoothly and that you can safely enjoy your visit. The cookies also ensure that we can see how our website is used and how we can improve it. Furthermore, our own cookies or those of third parties can be used to present you with targeted advertisements that match your personal interests.
Which cookies do we use?
Analytical cookies are used to check the quality and effectiveness of our website. For these cookies, we make use of Google Analytics. That way, we can see how the website is used and how we can improve it. We have entered into a data processing agreement with Google. This stipulates that Google will not use the data collected by these cookies for other Google services. In addition, we have disabled the forwarding of IP addresses to Google.
Tracking cookies are used to build a profile about you as a user. We ask your permission to place tracking cookies. Based on the pages you visit, we can show you advertisements that might be of interest to you. With your permission, advertisers can also place tracking cookies to show you targeted content that might be of interest to you.
How can I examine, correct or delete my personal data?
You may request us to have a look at your collected data, to correct it and/or to remove it. Please send an email to: email@example.com.
How can I switch off or remove cookies?
You can choose not to give permission for the placement of cookies. In the settings of the browser, you can change the settings to ensure that cookies will be blocked. Most browsers provide you with an explanation on how to do this in the so-called ‘help-function’. However, if you block the cookies, it is possible that you will not be able to enjoy all the technical features our website has to offer and it may negatively affect your user experience.