What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files created for storing certain data from websites you visit (e.g. the chosen language or other settings). Cookies are required for optimum functioning of this website as well as for statistical purposes. The cookies that we use for www.technocon.com are not traceable to any individual person, PC or other device. A cookie therefore does not store any names, addresses, ages or other personal details (except in some cases your computer’s IP address).
Two types of cookies exist:
- Direct (first-party) cookies are used by the website in the address bar.
- Indirect (third-party) cookies are issued by other domains (websites), of which certain components are used on a webpage (YouTube clips, for example).
This website (www.technocon.com or www.movingintelligence.com ) uses:
1. Required cookies
2. Cookies for website statistics
Statistics regarding this website are recorded using Google Analytics, a very commonly used web analysis service offered by Google Inc. We use Google Analytics to measure website visit data (e.g. which pages are visited the most, which browsers our visitors are using, screen format being used, etc.).
This data does not allow us to see who or which PC is visiting our website (although Google can do so as the provider of the service). Google provides an explanation about the cookies Google Analytics uses on this webpage for web developers. We use the statistics from Google Analytics to improve the website. User consent is required for the use of these cookies. We will not use the data to trace your identity, but instead only to analyse your visit behaviour during your visit to our website.
3. Cookies from external parties
How can I disable cookies?
Disabling cookies will only take effect on the computer and web browser used. Therefore, if you use multiple computers or browsers, you will have to repeat this for each computer and browser. You can find more information about disabling cookies at the government website: www.ncsc.nl (National Cyber Security Centre).
The future: Uncertainty about the consequences of the new Cookie law
Much is unclear about the exact details and consequences of the law. Technocon will deliberate on how best to comply with the new law.