What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are stored on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone when you use our website. The next time you visit our website, cookies make sure your device is recognized. They collect information that is necessary to make optimal use of a website. Cookies are not dangerous; they are not computer programmes, and they cannot be used to spread computer viruses. Moreover, they cannot collect personal information. Some cookies on the websites are placed by EasyStands, while other cookies are placed by third parties. Third party cookies may also collect data outside of EasyStands.com
We use the information obtained from cookies for the following purposes:
- To be able to inform you about our services in a better and more personal way.
- to make analyses for research purposes.
- to improve the website.
- For security purposes.
- To manage our relationship with you as a customer.
Functional cookies are needed to use the primary functions of the website. For example, to remember language settings, but also to prevent the website from becoming overloaded. These cookies are always placed and are necessary for the functioning of the website. The information gathered by these cookies is not used for marketing purposes. We also use functional cookies to detect abuse of our website and services, for example by registering a number of successive failed login attempts. We do not need to ask for permission to place or read these cookies.
We use analytical cookies to collect and report data anonymously for the purpose of better understanding our website visitors. We use this information to improve our website. This information will not be used to create personal profiles. We do not need to ask for permission to place or read these cookies.
EasyStands uses Google Analytics, Hotjar and Online Succes to collect visitor statistics in order to further improve the site. For this, a data processing agreement has been made with Google. Data exchange with other Google services is disabled and IP addresses are anonymised. If you would prefer to block the Analytics script completely, you can download an opt-out plug-in for Google Analytics here
. With this plug-in, your visit is no longer included in the statistics of all websites that use Google Analytics.
Marketing cookies on EasyStands.com record the browsing behaviour of a visitor. EasyStands uses this information to show personalised content through remarketing campaigns via ad networks like AdWords, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Marketing cookies are necessary to execute remarketing campaigns. The purpose of collecting this information is
- Show relevant, personalised advertisements or offers via all types of media (such as email, social media and banners) based on your visit and click behaviour on EasyStands.com in order to show more relevant content.
- limiting the number of times each advertisement is displayed (frequency cap).
- measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.
For the use of marketing cookies, we need to ask your permission. If you do not give consent for these cookies to be used, they will not be placed on your device.
for a full list of cookies used by EasyStands.
Setting cookies on EasyStands
You can set your cookies in the appropriate cookie control centre. You can access this by using the button below. Here you can adjust the cookie settings.
Adjusting cookie settings and deleting cookies
- Internet Explorer
If you choose to decline cookies, you can still browse through EasyStands.com You should then take into account that some parts of the website may not function optimally.
You have the right to ask to see and correct or delete your data. See our contact page for this. To prevent abuse, we may ask you to identify yourself adequately. When it comes to access to personal data linked to a cookie, you must send a copy of the cookie in question.
More information about cookies?
You can find more information about cookies on the following websites:
United Kingdom Data Protection Authority: Cookies
Consumer Association: "What are cookies?"