Below you can read more about what cookies are and which cookies we use.
Cookies are small text files. These small text files remember your surfing behavior and this is stored on your computer. You can find the cookies in the temporary internet files folder. Your browser checks when a website is visited if these files are there and if so, what your settings are.
Cookies provide Philippine Mosselstad with insight into how you use our website. This allows us to improve our website and ensure that you receive more relevant information. We also use the cookies for marketing purposes.
We can use the cookies that we collect for the following purposes:
When the cookies are turned off, the experience and functioning of Philippine Mosselstad‘s website can be disappointing.
At Philippine Mosselstad we use the following cookies:
Because of the way the internet and websites work, it may be the case that we do not always have insight into the cookies that third parties place through our website. This is especially the case if our web pages contain so-called embedded elements; these are texts, documents, pictures or films that are stored with another party, but which are shown on, in or via our website.
If you encounter cookies on www.mossestad.nl that fall into this category and which we have therefore not mentioned above, please let us know. You can also contact the third party directly and ask which cookies they place, what the reason for this is, what the lifespan of the cookie is and in which way they have safeguarded your privacy.
You can delete already placed cookies via the browser settings of your browser. You can also refuse to have new cookies placed here. The way you have to do this differs per browser. If necessary, you can consult the help function of your browser. Disabling the cookies has consequences for the computer and the browser in question on which you select this setting.
Philippine Mosselstad reserves the right to make changes to this statement. We advise you to consult this statement regularly so that you are always aware of the contents.
This statement was last modified on 23 March 2020.