What is a cookie?
A cookie is a simple text file that your browser stores in the memory of your web browser or device when you visit a website. Information is stored in this text file and this text file enables a website to recognize specific devices or browsers. A cookie therefore contains information about, for example, an advertisement or advertiser or a unique ID code.
There are different cookies that have different functionalities. Some cookies are necessary, because otherwise the website will not work. There are also cookies that are useful for the visitor, for example because they remember in which language you want to read the website. Many cookies are used to keep track of what you do on the internet, for example which pages you have looked at. Please note that if you do not accept or delete cookies, you may lose or not be able to use certain functionalities of the website.
Different types of cookies:
Functional cookies are necessary for the use of the website you are on, for example to recognize that you are the same user who visited the previous page on the site, or to remember your preferences.
Analytical cookies are used to continuously improve the website. This keeps visitor statistics. This is information about, for example, how many visitors visit the website, which pages visitors view and which browser and screen resolution visitors use.
Your prior consent is required for the use of other cookies, such as performance/session cookies or profiling/tracking cookies.
Performance/session cookies are used to measure whether a displayed advertisement leads to a purchase or, for example, a registration. Websites are reimbursed for this. This allows websites to generate income and keep the visit to the website free. These cookies do not store any personal information that can be traced back to a person.
Profiling/tracking cookies are cookies that ensure that the displayed advertisements better match the interests of the visitor. Advertising companies measure the success of their campaigns, the possible interests of the visitor and any preferences by reading cookies.
Which cookies does Looop use?
Looop uses functional and analytical cookies. De Looop does this because we want the website to match your personal preferences as closely as possible. Looop does this to see how visitors use the site. This information helps Looop to improve the site. Looop uses web statistics by means of analytical cookies. This data is analyzed and this allows the website to be tailored even better to visitors. The collected data will not be used for any purpose other than to improve the website. The collected data is not made available to third parties. This includes the following data:
• The browser being used;
• The time and duration of your visit;
• Which pages have been visited;
• Error messages that visitors have received.
Looop measures website visits with Google Analytics. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or insofar as third parties process the information on behalf of Google.
This website also uses Google Maps. With Google Maps, a geographical map can be displayed on the website. It is also possible to create route descriptions.
How can you disable or delete cookies?
If you do not want websites to place cookies on your computer, you can adjust your browser settings so that you receive a warning before cookies are placed. You can also delete cookies that have already been placed.