Legislation on cookies

Neso's website uses cookies. Below we will tell you why. We hope that you will decide to accept our cookies.

This website is owned by Nuffic and is therefore governed by Dutch law. Dutch privacy law indicates that we should explain how and to what end we use cookies on our website. We use cookies to enhance the functionality of this website and to improve the user experience. We hope that you will decide to accept our cookies.

Visitors to the Nuffic websites always remain anonymous. Cookies, like visitors, can never be linked directly to specific individuals. Nuffic observes confidentiality with regard to the data it collects using cookies.

In addition to functional cookies, Nuffic uses cookies that it needs for the management of web statistics. This means we distinguish between two types of cookies:

  1. Functional cookies, the purpose of which is strictly limited to ensuring the effective operation of the website, for example by saving your preferences and allowing you to stay logged on (on request). No permission is required for this type of cookie.
  2. Analysis cookies, which provide insight into the ways in which visitors use our websites, which pages they visit most frequently and the terms they use when searching for information. The data collected using analysis cookies helps us improve our websites.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small and simple text file transmitted along with the pages of this website and stored by your browser (such as Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer) on the hard disk of your computer. Cookies cannot damage your computer nor any of the files on it. It is also important to know that we only use cookies to identify computers, not individuals.

Cookies are important for our websites, for example because they enable us to analyse visitor behaviour. We collect such information to gain a better picture of our visitors and adjust our websites accordingly. For this purpose we use Google Analytics. We hope that you will decide to accept these cookies.

Disabling cookies

Most cookies have a “use-by” date. In other words, after a certain period of time they will automatically expire and stop registering your surfing behaviour. You may also opt to delete cookies manually before their use-by date. To do so, follow the instructions in your browser manual.

last modified Mar 22, 2017 02:14 PM
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