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We respect the privacy of our website visitors. We handle the personal information you provide us with care and ensure it is treated confidentially. Personal data is processed in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed by a website on your computer, tablet, or smartphone when you visit a website. The main function of cookies is to distinguish between users. Cookies ensure, for example, that you do not receive or have to enter the same information every time you visit our website. Cookies are intended to enhance the ease of use of a website. We also use cookies to make relevant offers based on your expressed interest. There are different types of cookies, each with a different purpose.

1. Functional cookies

Functional cookies ensure that a website functions properly. These cookies ensure that:

  • Information is passed from one page to another if, for example, you need to enter a lot of data
  • Video playback settings (such as desired buffer size and resolution data) are saved
  • Browser settings for optimal display for our website can be read out
  • The website is loaded evenly, keeping it accessible
  • It is possible to comment on the website
  • It determines which version of the website you will see.

2. Statistics/analysis

On the website, we collect information for statistics. This data gives us insight into visitor behaviour on the website. By analysing this behaviour, we can make the structure, navigation, and content of the website as user-friendly as possible. The data is not traced back to individual persons. These cookies ensure that:

  • The number of visitors to web pages on this website is tracked
  • The time spent by each visitor is tracked
  • The order in which visitors visit pages is determined
  • It becomes easy to assess which parts of the website need improvement.

For cookies set for analysis purposes, please refer to the statements on the websites of the providers of the analysis software used.

3. Ads

Cookies are needed to send you targeted information on third-party websites and to tailor them to your interests. Media agencies and ad networks act as intermediaries between website owners and advertisers. Cookies ensure that:

  • It tracks which ads you have seen to avoid seeing ads multiple times
  • It tracks how many visitors click on ads so it can be settled with the party from which the ad space is purchased
  • For cookies set by other parties for advertising purposes, please refer to the statements on the websites of these parties: Google, Bing, Facebook, etc.

4. Interests

We tailor our website to the needs of the visitor. This happens not only on the website, but also on advertisements displayed outside this website. To adapt the website to the visitor, we analyse behaviour to identify interests. With these interests, we determine the content and offers on the website for different groups of customers. Third parties placing cookies on the website can also track your interests. In doing so, insights from multiple visits are merged for new insights. Cookies ensure that:

  • Visit is recorded to assess interests
  • Clicks on ads are measured
  • Information about your behaviour on the website is passed on to other websites
  • Relevant ads may be displayed from third parties
  • Interesting ads can be shown based on your social media usage.

5. Social media

Content/pages on this website can be shared on social media with buttons. These buttons use cookies from the relevant social media so that they recognise you when you want to share an article or video. Cookies ensure that:

  • Logged-in users of the relevant social media can share content from the website directly

For cookies set by social media parties for advertising purposes, please refer to the statements on their websites: Google, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.

6. Other/unforeseen cookies

There may be cookies placed on this website from third parties that Spendlinq is not aware of. If this website contains cookies in this category, please contact us. Or contact the third party that placed the cookie.

7. Browser settings – no cookies

Don’t want cookies to be placed on your computer? Then adjust your browser settings so that you receive a warning when cookies are placed. Or adjust the setting so that you only reject third-party cookies. Settings apply to a specific browser on a specific device. If you refuse the use of cookies, we cannot guarantee that our website will work properly. Some features may be lost, or parts of the website may not be displayed. Advertisements will still be shown, but they will not be tailored to your needs and will be repeated more often. Settings vary by browser.

8. Spendlinq’s privacy policy

By using some cookies, personal data is processed. Please see our privacy policy for more information on how we handle your data.

This cookie policy was last amended on 31 March 2023.