COOKIE STATEMENT VISCON GROUP
Visser ’s-Gravendeel Holding B.V. (‘[Viscon Group]’, ‘we’ or ‘us’) attach a great deal of importance to the privacy of users (‘User’, ‘you’ or ‘your’) who visit [https://viscongroup.eu/] (‘the Website’) or the websites of affiliated companies. In this Cookie Statement, the Viscon Group informs you about the way in which cookies are used on its https://viscongroup.eu/ (‘the Website’) and on the websites linked to the company. (See the privacy statement for an overview of all websites).
We may amend this Cookie Statement. Amendment notifications will be placed on this Website page. If there are important amendments, we will ask you for your consent again if necessary. This Cookie Statement was last updated on 22-11-2018.
We may process your personal data when using certain cookies.
For general information about how we process your personal data, including information about how you can exercise your rights under the law, please consult our Privacy Statement.
WHICH COOKIES DOES THE VISCON GROUP USE?
We use the following cookies:
a) Functional and technically necessary cookies: the following cookies make sure that the Website functions properly.
We use functional and technically necessary cookies to ensure that the Website functions properly. We do not use affiliate cookies and advertisement cookies.
b) Analytical cookies: We use analytical cookies to collect information about how the Website is accessed and used. We measure Website usage to improve it so that you can get a better visitor experience. We use Google Analytics to generate statistics about visits to the Website using a web analysis system.
c) Third-party social media cookies: We use social media or third-party cookies on the Website. Examples include the ‘like’ button on Facebook, or the option to share information via social media (such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube). These cookies are only placed with your consent. You are entitled to revoke your consent at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on your consent before the revocation.
Social media and third-party cookies are placed by social media websites themselves. A social media cookie is placed when you click on a social media button on the Website. This makes it possible for the social media provider to recognise your IP address when you want to share part of the Website via their platform. Because social media organisations place these cookies, they are responsible for the data that they collect with them. Please refer to the statements about this that these organisations have on their own websites: