What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer by the website you are visiting to request this information at a later time. With Stoffenmanager®, for example, this includes your log-in token so that you do not have to log in for each visit if the "remember me" option is selected. Only the website that placed the cookie on your computer can retrieve the cookie. Other websites cannot retrieve Stoffenmanager® cookies. You can view and, if you wish, remove your cookies using your browser software. Cookies are necessary for the operation of Stoffenmanager®.
Technically necessary cookies
When you log in on Stoffenmanager®, a cookie or the local storage of your browser is used to register that you are logged in and what your preferences are (such as preferred language or selected filters). This is technically necessary for the operation of the application. Sensitive information (log-in token) is encrypted using AES Encryption and can only be retrieved by stoffenmanager.com. A cookie does not store your log-in name and password. This storage is short-lived and is deleted in almost all cases when you close the browser.
The cookie that is placed for easy log-in upon your next visit to the website when the option 'Stay logged in' is ticked, will not be removed when you close your browser. Never select this option when using a public computer or a computer that you share with others. You can remove this cookie yourself using your browser settings or by using the log-out option in Stoffenmanager®.
Stoffenmanager® uses Google Analytics to anonymously keep track of how many people use Stoffenmanager® and the technical information associated with these visits. Such as the browser and which operating system. We do this to have a better view of our user group in connection with future developments. These statistics are anonymized and only show visitor numbers.
This cookie is placed by Google, but Cosanta has indicated to Google within Google Analytics that it is not allowed to use the data. For more information on the Google Analytics privacy terms and conditions, see the Google privacy statement and Google Analytics and Cookies.
Cookies related to marketing purposes
We conduct marketing activities with third parties, either: LinkedIn and Mailchimp for our mail processing. We only add your e-mail address to the mailing list for the specific subject if you have given permission for this yourself and only use the data that you have provided yourself. We then use this personal data to make you relevant offers and/or provide information related to the specific subject. Every mailing contains a link with which you can unsubscribe. Your data is managed in Mailchimp and not provided by us to third parties.
We publish newsletters with which we inform interested parties about news in the field of our services and related matters. We only add your e-mail address to the list of subscribers if you have given us permission to do so and only use the data that you have provided yourself. We then use this personal data to be able to make you offers and/or provide information about our services, the market in which we operate and other activities; such as network meetings or training courses. Every newsletter contains a link with which you can unsubscribe. Your data is managed in Mailchimp and the subscriber file of the newsletter is not provided by us to third parties.
View, modify or delete data
You have the right to view your personal data and the right to request correction or deletion of your personal data. You can also object to the use of your personal data. Does your data appear to be incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant? You can make an additional request to have your data changed, supplemented or deleted.
You can send your written request to:
Stationsplein Noord-Oost 202
1117 CJ Schiphol