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Cookie Legislation

What is the Cookies Legislation about?
Cookies Legislation has been in force since 5 June 2012. This law lays down that website visitors must be properly informed about the placement of cookies (these are small text files containing information about your visit, which are stored on your computer). It is also mandatory for companies to explain the objective behind placing the cookies. The OPTA (Independent Post and Telecommunications Authority of the Netherlands) monitors compliance with the Cookies legislation.

Cookies are safe
First of all, it is important to be aware that cookies do not damage either your computer or your personal data. They are only intended to increase ease of use for visitors (for example: by remembering a product placed in a shopping cart or to look at anonymous clickstream data to improve the website).

What does Libéma use cookies for?
Libéma uses cookies to improve the visitor’s website experience and to be of service to the user. There are two purposes for which Libéma uses cookies:

  1. Google Analytics: during your visit a cookie is placed to register your visit anonymously. Libéma thus obtains statistics from the same in order to analyse the use of the website. Based on these figures, we look into making adjustments to improve ease of use and for example to give popular pages a more prominent place. The objective is to make your user experiences as pleasant as possible.
  2. Remarketing: the purpose of placing cookies for relationship marketing is to remind you of our products and/or offers a number of times with the help of banners, whenever you visit other websites. This happens in places made available by Google.

Preventing cookies
If you object to the use of cookies, you can prevent them from entering your computer by changing some of the settings. You can:

  1. Manually remove cookies
  2. Automatically remove cookies
  3. Block cookies
  1. To remove cookies manually: removing the cookies yourself each time they are placed.
BrowserMethod
Internet ExplorerTools | Internet options | general tab: delete browser history
FirefoxFirefox toolbar | options | privacy tab | remove individual cookies | remove all cookies
ChromeSettings | show advanced settings | under privacy: delete
browser history | delete cookies and other site and plug-in data | clear
browser history
  1. To remove cookies automatically: always have cookies removed automatically after each time you use the Internet.
BrowserMethod
Internet ExplorerTools | Internet options | check ‘delete browser history on exit’
FirefoxFirefox toolbar | options | privacy tab | under history, select ‘use custom settings for history’ | check ‘Clear history when Firefox closes’ | settings | check ‘cookies’.
ChromeSettings | show advanced settings | content settings | delete my cookies and other site data when I quit my browser
  1. To block cookies: you can block all cookies, but as a result, many sites will no longer work correctly. It is therefore better to block cookies selectively. You can, however, block third-party cookies off your PC.
BrowserMethod
Internet ExplorerTools | Internet options | privacy tab | under ‘settings’ click on ‘advanced’ | check ‘override automatic cookie handling’.  Go to ‘first party (direct) cookies’ and
check ‘accept’. Then go to ‘third party (indirect) cookies’ and check ‘block’.
FirefoxFirefox toolbar | options | privacy tab | under history, select ‘use custom settings for history’ | uncheck ‘accept third-party cookies’.
ChromeSettings | show advanced settings | content settings | choose ‘cookies’, check ‘block all third-party cookies without exception’.

 

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