What are cookies?
When you visit this website, we install cookies on your computer, tablet or telephone if your browser settings allow it. Cookies are small, simple text files that are used to recognise you on your next visit to the site. For example, cookies ensure that when you visit our website in the future you do not receive or have to enter the same information each time. Your settings and preferences are remembered, which makes any subsequent visit to the site easier. Using cookies, we are also able to tailor the information and offers on our website and – if you have given your permission – on third-party websites.
Some cookies are required to ensure that the website works properly and in full. We always install these necessary cookies if your browser settings allow it. This also applies to Analytics cookies, AB test cookies and a number of Affiliate and Performance cookies. These cookies monitor the use of our website and help us to improve the site generally.
If you do not want to allow cookies, you can remove them manually via your Internet browser or have them deleted automatically when you finish a session online. You can also set your Internet browser in such a way that you receive a message when a cookie is being installed or to say that cookies cannot be installed. If you do that, then certain sections of the website may not work properly.
The following website tells you how to remove cookies from the most frequently used browsers: www.aboutcookies.org.
Our website features videos from YouTube. These videos use pieces of YouTube code. This code installs cookies that can be used by YouTube. We have no control over any further use of the information collected by YouTube in this way. Read their privacy statement regularly to find out what they do with your (personal) data through the use of these cookies.
The Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn buttons featured on our website do not contain any code from these companies. All the buttons do is provide a link to the sharing functionalities. When you log in to the channel in question, you can share our messages or pages directly. If you are not logged in, you can only share our messages after you have logged in.
When it comes to cookies, we make a distinction between the following categories.:
These cookies see to it that the website continues to operate properly from a technical point of view. They also save user preferences, such as your choice of language. You cannot reject this type of cookie.
These cookies provide an anonymous way of examining how visitors use our website. We use them to keep improving the website.
ADVERTISING & SOCIAL MEDIA
These cookies enable you to see messages that are relevant for you on external websites and channels, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
NB: You can also see advertisements from NN when you refuse ‘Advertising & Social media’ cookies, only they will be less relevant because they will not be geared to your interests.
The summary below shows you which cookies are used on nn.be. An explanation is provided for each cookie, saying what its purpose is and the category the cookie falls into.