A cookie is a small text file that is placed on the hard drive of your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. The cookie is placed on your device by the website itself ("first party cookies") or by partners of the website ("third party cookies"). The cookie recognizes your device by means of a unique identification number when you return to the website and collects information about your surfing behavior.
There are different types of cookies. We distinguish the following cookies according to their purposes: there are essential or strictly necessary cookies and non-essential cookies (functional, analytical and targeting cookies).
The Belgian Law on electronic communications of 13 June 2005 contains some provisions regarding cookies and their use on websites. The law is a transposition of the European e-Privacy Directive, which means that the cookie legislation can be implemented differently in other European member states. VOCAL LOGOPEDIE is located in Belgium and therefore follows the Belgian and European legislation regarding cookies.
2. Purpose and usefulness of cookies
By visiting the website you can agree to the placing of cookies. Cookies help VOCAL LOGOPEDIE to optimize your visit to the website and to offer you an optimal user experience. However, you are free to delete or restrict cookies at any time by changing your browser settings (see "Cookie Management").
Disabling cookies can affect the functioning of the website. Some features of the site may be restricted or inaccessible. If you decide to disable cookies, we cannot guarantee you a smooth and optimal visit to our website.
3. Types of cookies used by VOCAL LOGOPEDIE
We distinguish the following types of cookies:
Strictly necessary cookies:
These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be disabled in our systems. They are usually only set in response to actions taken by you, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling in forms.
These cookies are not necessary for the functioning of the website, but they do help us to offer an improved and personalized website.
These cookies enable the website to provide improved functionality and personalization. They can be set by us or by third party providers whose services we have added to our pages.
These cookies allow us to track visits and traffic so that we can measure and improve the performance of our site. They help us know which pages are the most and least popular and how visitors move around the site.
These cookies may be set by our advertising partners through our site. They can be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant advertising on other sites.
You can consult the used cookies via the extra document 'Cookies scan'. click here
Please read our Privacy Statement https://www.vocallogopedie.com/privacy-policy for more information about the processing of personal data by VOCAL LOGOPEDIE.
4. Management of cookies
Make sure cookies are enabled in your web browser. If you want to consult the VOCAL LOGOPEDIE website, we recommend that you enable cookies. However, you are free to disable cookies if you wish via the settings of your browser.
To enable or disable cookies, you must change your browser settings (via the "Preferences" or "Options" tab). The following links provide more information on how to manage cookies. You can also consult the "Help" tab of your browser.
Rights of the visitors
Since cookies can constitute a processing of personal data, you as a data subject have the right to the lawful and secure processing of the personal data. More information about the way in which we collect and process your personal data, as well as about your rights, can be found in our Privacy Statement https://www.vocallogopedie.com/privacy-policy
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