Cookies

Northern Knowledge uses cookies and similar techniques on its website. Read more about this here.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are automatically offered by the website to your browser. The purpose of the cookies placed by Northern Knowledge is to collect and analyse certain data about the visit to this website. Think of the browser used, click behaviour, mouse movements, scroll activities, visit frequency, the pages visited and the duration of the ‘user session’. This data is then used to improve the various internet pages and to better adapt this website to suit user requirements. Cookies are also used to make targeted offers on third-party websites.

For most cookies, we work with third parties. The cookies placed by third parties can be used to analyse our website. We do not use cookies for email and telemarketing campaigns.

Please note: if you have set your browser so that it does not accept any cookies at all (including no functional cookies), some parts of the website may not work properly.

What are similar techniques?

JavaScript

We use JavaScript to make the site interactive and more user-friendly. In addition, we use JavaScript to enable measurements on the website.

Tags/Beacons/Pixels

Tags, beacons and pixels are synonyms. We use tags on the website to measure. In addition, tags are used for (re)marketing purposes to offer our visitors a more targeted range of products and services.

To keep things clear and transparent: from now on when cookies are discussed, the above-mentioned techniques are also referred to.

Which data is stored?

A cookie can only store a limited amount of data. Cookies are therefore often used for the storage of, for example, a unique number or technical data. Think of the browser used, click behaviour, mouse movements, scroll activities, the text entered, visit time, visit frequency, IP address, the visited pages and / or the duration of the ‘user session’. Cookies do not collect information such as a name, telephone number or e-mail address. Nevertheless, the data is often (indirectly) traceable to your computer (IP address); which is why the data will then be regarded as personal data.

How does Northern Knowledge deal with your privacy?

Our privacy statement explains how we deal with your privacy and process your data. It also explains what your rights are. And what we use your data for.

What types of cookies do we use?

We think it’s very important that you know which cookies we use and for what purposes they are used. We want to ensure both your privacy and the user-friendliness of our website as much as possible. Below, you can read more about the various types of cookies that are used by and through our website and for what purposes.

Functional cookies

We use functional cookies to provide an optimal user experience when visiting our website. These cookies are also necessary for a good technical operation of our website.

These cookies fall into the category that has very little influence on your privacy. These cookies are always placed by us. We do not ask permission for this. You cannot refuse these cookies.

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies give us insight into the information requirements and interests of our visitors. We use this information to optimise our website.

We work with Google Analytics. We have signed a processor agreement with this party in which agreements have been established about the handling of the collected data. Google is not permitted to share the obtained data or use it for other Google services. We will anonymise the IP addresses.

This cookie falls into the category that has very little influence on your privacy. We do not ask permission for this. But you can refuse such cookies by changing your settings.

Videos

On our website, we sometimes show videos from Northern Knowledge via YouTube or Vimeo. Pages with these videos may contain cookies from these third parties. You cannot disable these cookies on our website. For the cookies that YouTube and Vimeo place and the possible data they collect with them, we refer you to the statements that these parties provide on their own websites; see the links below. Please note that these statements can change regularly. The website of Northern Knowledge has no influence on this.

YouTube

Vimeo

Cookie overview

Would you like more information about the cookies we place? Then please see our overview. Here you can read more about the storage period of the cookies we place, which data is shared and whether there is an exchange of data to ‘third countries’.

Refusing cookies

You can decide for yourself which cookies you do and do not want to accept. This can be done in various ways.

You can choose your cookie settings on Northern Knowledge. However, you cannot refuse functional cookies. Did you click on ‘agree’ on our cookie report when you first visited our website? Then you have given permission to place all types of cookies. You don’t want this? This can be undone by choosing your cookie settings yourself. If you have not made a choice, the cookie message will remain in view. In that case, only cookies are active that have a small impact on your privacy.

You can also block cookies via your browser. Below, you can read how to delete cookies for different internet browsers. Select your internet browser below and follow the steps. Please note:  if you have set your browser so that it does not accept any cookies at all (including no functional cookies), some parts of the website may not work properly.

Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge

Click on the Menu icon with 3 lines at the top right. Click on the clock icon, this is the ‘History’ tab. Click on ‘Delete all history’. Now you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. Tick ‘Cookies and stored website data’ and click on ‘Delete’. At the bottom, you can indicate whether you always want to delete this data when closing Microsoft Edge.

Delete cookies in Internet Explorer

Click on the icon of a gear at the top right. Go to the ‘Security’ menu > ‘Delete browsing history’. Now you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. Tick ‘Cookies and website data’. Click on ‘Delete’ at the bottom of the window.

Delete cookies in Chrome

Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Click on ‘Settings’> ‘History’> ‘Clear browsing data’. Make sure that ‘Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data’ is ticked. You can also specify how old the cookies must be. Select ‘All’ here.

Delete cookies in Firefox

Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right.  Go to ‘Options’ > ‘Privacy’. Click ‘Clear your recent history.’ Under ‘Details’ you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. Tick ‘Cookies’. You can also specify how old the cookies must be. Select ‘All’ here.

Delete cookies in Safari

Click at the top left of the menu bar on ‘Safari’ > ‘Preferences’. Select the ‘Privacy’ tab at the top of the window. Then click on ‘Delete all Website data’.

On Your Online Choices  you can centrally delete third-party cookies, so that these files are not placed on another website.

Some third parties also offer the possibility to opt-out. This means that you do not want to accept cookies from these parties. This can be done for example with: Google Analytics.

New developments

The text in this cookie statement may be adapted by us in view of new developments, for example, in the context of our business activities or changes to legislation and regulations. We therefore recommend that you view this text with some regularity when visiting our website.