Cookie Statement

For the website nexuzhealth.com to work properly, we need to place a number of small files on your computer, called cookies. Most websites do this.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer when you visit web pages. They contain information linked to a web browser and the specific website. Cookies consist of two components: the name and the content. They are stored in a specific folder on your hard drive and given a unique ID and duration. If you return to a certain website, the cookie will make sure that page recognises the visitor and continues to build up the history.

What types of cookies are there?

Cookies can be categorised according to different elements:

(i) According to who creates or issues the cookies

  • First-party cookies

These cookies are issued by a website viewed directly by the user. So, when a user lands on a website, that website creates a cookie that is then stored on the user’s computer. They are often created by a website to make the web page function better and to control the technical part of a site, such as language selection or remembering the products from the shopping basket in a web shop. The website visited creates and places “first-party cookies”.

  • Third-party cookies

These cookies are created and placed on your computer by a (third) party other than the website you visited. Examples include social media such as Facebook or Twitter, but also Google Analytics. This is the most widely used system for measuring website visits. To clarify this, let’s say you visit a website and this website displays a YouTube video on one of its pages. In this case, a third party, i.e. YouTube, will place a cookie which is then stored on your computer. What happens here is that the owner of the website you are visiting inserts a piece of code and video that is provided by YouTube on that owner’s site. When the YouTube code runs in a browser or the video is loaded, YouTube can track the viewer and place data in cookies. As a result, the cookie is classified as a third-party cookie because it was created by a party other than the party behind the website you are visiting.

(ii) by cookie lifetime

  • Temporary cookies

These are also referred to as session cookies. It is a file with a limited lifespan, i.e. one browser session. It will be deleted as soon as you close the browser.

  • Permanent cookies

This file remains on your computer, tablet or smartphone until it is deleted.

(iii) Based on the purpose of the cookies

The same cookie can be used for different purposes;

  • To make a website work properly (essential and functional cookies)

Essential and functional cookies are used to manage the content of a website. These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of this website. These cookies cannot be refused if you want to visit a website. They also ensure that a website remembers your preferences (such as your choice of language) so you can browse in all comfort.

  • To analyse how you use a website (analytical cookies)

Analytical cookies help website owners understand how visitors use their website. This involves the transmission of pseudonymised data. This means that your personal data will be replaced by a code (example: AB123456). These cookies make it possible to compile statistics and analyse which pages of the website you are looking at, which services or products appears to interest you the most, etc. On this basis, we try to make your browsing experience more pleasant and to optimise the website.

  • To display personal (advertising) messages (marketing cookies)

Marketing cookies are used to track visitors of websites. The aim is to display advertising that is relevant and interesting to the visitors in question on the basis of their preferences. Thanks to these marketing cookies, which are used by online advertising agencies such as Google (Adwords, YouTube, DoubleClick), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, companies can display targeted advertisements on other companies’ websites. In this way these companies try to offer you more relevant products and services.

What cookies do we use?

Below is a list of the cookies we use on our website. In each case, we mention the name of the partner who places and manages the cookie in question, as well as its purpose. A cookie may have a lifespan corresponding to the current browser session, but may also remain present after the session or become permanent, depending on how long the cookie is stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

Elementor

Statistics (anonymous)

Usage

We use Elementor for content creation. Read more

Sharing data

This data is not shared with third parties.

Statistics (anonymous)

Name
Retention
persistent
Function
Store performed actions on the website

Complianz

Functional

Usage

We use Complianz for cookie consent management. Read more

Sharing data

For more information, please read the Complianz Privacy Statement.

Functional

Name
Retention
365 days
Function
Store accepted cookie policy ID
Name
Retention
365 days
Function
Store cookie consent preferences
Name
Retention
365 days
Function
Store cookie consent preferences
Name
Retention
365 days
Function
Store cookie consent preferences

WPML

Functional

Usage

We use WPML for locale management. Read more

Sharing data

This data is not shared with third parties.

Functional

Name
Retention
1 day
Function
Store language settings

WordPress

Functional

Usage

We use WordPress for website development. Read more

Sharing data

This data is not shared with third parties.

Functional

Name
Retention
session
Function
Keep users logged in

Google Fonts

Statistiques

Usage

We use Google Fonts for display of webfonts. Read more

Sharing data

For more information, please read the Google Fonts Privacy Statement.

Statistiques

Name
Google Fonts API
Retention
session
Function
Demander l’adresse IP de l’utilisateur

How to manage cookies

Here you can see which cookies you have allowed on this website; you can also change your choice:

Or you could adjust your browser settings. You can choose to block all cookies or only accept cookies from certain websites. Can blocking cookies make it more difficult to visit this website? Yes and no. Even if you wish to deactivate all, or some specific, cookies, you can still visit this website. However, you will only be able to navigate to certain, customised features of this website by accepting cookies. Here is an overview of the cookie options by browsers:

  • Google Chrome: Open your browser. Click on the Chrome menu and choose Settings. Click on Show advanced settings and then on the Content settings button in the Privacy section. In the ‘Cookies’ section you can adjust your cookie settings and delete cookies.
  • Internet Explorer: Open your browser. Click on Tools and then on Internet options. Click on the ‘Privacy’ section and use the slider to select the desired level. You can also adjust this manually by clicking on Advanced. A distinction is made between permanent direct cookies (first-party cookies), permanent indirect cookies (third-party cookies) and temporary cookies (session cookies). You can delete cookies via the main screen of internet options.
  • Microsoft Edge: Open your browser Click on the ‘Settings and more’ icon at the top right. I.e. the three points. Click on SettingsClick on Privacy and servicesin the left menu. On the right are three options under ‘Tracking Prevention’. This is about tracking cookies (also called trackers). Choose BasicBalanced or Strict. If you choose strict, for example, a lot will be blocked. If you notice that a certain reliable website does not behave as expected, you should make an exception for that website.
  • Mozilla Firefox: Open your browser. Select Privacy. Set Firefox to Use custom settings for history. To enable cookies, tick Accept cookies from websites. To disable cookies, remove this checkmark. Firefox also gives you the option of disabling third-party cookies. In addition, you can also set how long cookies may be stored. By clicking on Show Cookies you can delete one or more cookies.
  • Safari: Open your browser. In Safari, the cookie management is limited to one screen. In the Preferences tab, click Privacy. You then have three options for accepting cookies. You can also delete cookies via Show Cookies.
  • Opera: Open your browser. Click on the Tools menu and then Preferences. Via Advanced and Cookies you can adjust the cookie settings. You also have the option for new cookies to be automatically deleted at the end of each browser session. In addition, you can make a choice about each cookie that is sent to your computer. You can do this by clicking on Ask me to accept cookies. Each time a site wants to save a cookie, a dialogue box will appear.

What about your privacy?

We find it extremely important to thoroughly protect your personal data. When we collect personal data using cookies, we follow the rules regarding the protection of personal data. In this respect, we ask you to read our privacy statement. It explains how and for what purposes we process your personal data. Cookies are also part of our general approach to the protection of your personal data.

Amendments to our Cookie Statement

Nexuzhealth reserves the right to amend this Cookie Statement from time to time. Any updates will be announced on this website. This Cookie Statement was last amended and revised on 1 September 2020.

How can you contact us?

If you have any questions about the processing of your personal data or about this Privacy Statement, you can contact Nexuzhealth at the following address: 

Nexuzhealth nv
Kempische Steenweg 307 (Corda 3)
B – 3500 Hasselt 

gdpr@nexuzhealth.com