What are cookies?
A cookie is a simple small text file that is sent from some of our webpages and is stored by your web browser on the hard drive of your computer. Some cookies only help to make the link between your activities on our platform during your website visit. Other cookies will remain on the hard drive of your computer and will be sent back to our servers, or those of third parties who have placed the cookie for us, at the time you visit our website again.
What are other tracking technologies?
Next to cookies, other tracking technologies are used which are similar to cookies. These can include web beacons (also known as pixel tags, web bugs or gifs), tracking URLs or software development kits (SDKs). A web beacon is a tiny graphic image of just one pixel that can be delivered to your computer as part of a web page request, in an app, in an advertisement or in an HTML email message. Pixels can be used to retrieve information from your device, such as your device type or operating system, IP address, and time of visit. They are also used to serve and read cookies in your browser. Tracking URLs are used to understand from which referring website our platform is visited. SDKs are small pieces of code included in apps, which function like cookies and web beacons.
In addition to cookies, our platform also use social media buttons. These buttons are included to promote web pages ('like') or share ('tweet') on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Youtube. These buttons work through pieces of code that come from Facebook, Twitter, Google + and Youtube itself.
All these technologies are together referred to in this statement as "cookies".
Which cookies do we use?
We use different functional cookies to ensure that our platform functions well and is easy to use. Cookies are used to make functions such as the shopping basket possible. Without cookies, the shopping basket could not remember the products you selected. Remembering your address is also a function that would not work without cookies. Some of the functional cookies used for functional purposes are so essential to the functioning of our platform that they cannot be switched off. These cookies will not be kept for more than a few hours after your website visit.
We analyze your behavior on our platform, using cookies and trackers, to improve our platform and to adapt it to your wishes. We hope that by analyzing this data our platform is as user friendly as possible.
We set marketing cookies on our platform .By means of cookies we can offer interesting offers and / or discounts for you. For this purpose we analyze, among other things, how often you use our platform and which products you find interesting. This allows us to better adapt our offer and advertisements to your wishes. Another marketing goal for which we use trackers is to check whether you come from a platform of one of our advertisers.
For a specific list of all cookies and associated purposes we refer to our cookie list. If you come across other cookies than we have described in our cookie list, please let us know.
Adjusting cookie settings and deleting cookies
Browser regularly accept cookies by default. If you do not want your browser to do so, you may change this in its settings to first show you a notification. You may even change your browser settings to limited or no acceptance of cookies. You can delete the consent for cookies by deleting all cookies for our website. If you use more than one browser or device, you may need to repeat the change in settings.
Please note that by deleting or disabling iBOOD.com cookies your experience on our website may be influenced. Some parts of our websites might not function properly anymore, or you may see content you find irrelevant.
The links below take you to the manual on cookie setting for the most used browsers. Do you not understand how it works or are you using another browser? Use the help feature in your browser.
Right to inspect, correct or delete your data
Authority personal data
In addition to being able to submit your complaint to us, you also have the right under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority against the processing of your personal data. For such a complaint you can contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
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