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What are cookies?A cookie is a small (text) file that your computer saves when you visit our website. This information could be sent to us if you visit our website another time, so we recognize the users that visit a-lab.nl. Why cookies?Cookies make sure our website is user friendly, quick and safe. The cookies give us insights on how you use our website and how we could improve it. What cookies do we use?Google Analytics and Social Media. We use Google Analytics to test the quality and effectiveness of our website. We have access to data that shows us how people use our website. We have a processor agreement with Google, meaning that Google cannot use the data we collect for their own purposes.On our website we have icons of Facebook and Twitter. You can read more about how they collect data in the terms & conditions of the social media websites. How can I get insight or change the data that you have of me?Please contact email@example.com for any question regarding the use of your data. You can also edit your cookie settings in the settings of your internet browser that you use.
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These items are used to deliver advertising that is more relevant to you and your interests. They may also be used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement and measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. Advertising networks usually place them with the website operator’s permission. Note that as of current, A Lab doesn't display advertisements, if in the future we have some, your preferences about it will be taken into consideration.
These items allow the website to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language, or the region you are in) and provide enhanced, more personal features. For example, a website may provide you with local weather reports or traffic news by storing data about your current location.
These items help the website operator understand how its website performs, how visitors interact with the site, and whether there may be technical issues. This storage type usually doesn’t collect information that identifies a visitor.