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Through our websites several cookies can be placed. Below, we explain what cookies are, what they do, what cookies are used by Sentia and why.
WHAT COOKIES DO
Cookies are small (text) files placed by a Web server on your computer or other electronic device (referred to as "computer") when you visit a Web page. Because a cookie is present on your computer, the Web server is able to recognize your computer. A cookie cannot start programs or spread viruses.
COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITES
Through our websites analytical cookies are placed and cookies related to social media options.
Analytical cookies record how visitors use our websites. With this information, the use of our websites can be analyzed and statistics can be generated. This way we can understand our visitors better and with that knowledge we can improve the sites. For this purpose, we use the Google Analytics service. In that context analytical cookies can be placed on our websites by of the provider of this service: Google Inc.
Social media cookies on our blog websites
To offer the visitors of our blog websites the opportunity to share content, we have placed social media buttons on these websites. The cookies related to social media are not placed nor read by us, but by the relevant social media provider. We have limited knowledge and no control over these cookies. We therefore accept no responsibility or liability for these social media cookies or how those particular social media providers engage with the collected information.
REFUSAL AND DISPOSAL OF COOKIES
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Cookies are placed on each computer you use for visiting websites. If you no longer want to receive cookies, you should change the settings on all computers that you use.