This is the cookie statement of Netleaf (hereinafter “Netleaf”, “we”, “us” or “our”) as last updated on 28 June 2023.
This cookie statement may change from time to time depending on changes on the website. We, therefore, recommend that you consult the statement regularly.
Cookies are small, simple information files that are sent to your browser when you visit a website. They are stored on your device (such as your computer, tablet or phone) and can be read on your next visit to that website. Cookies allow a website to recognise you as a visitor. In this Cookie and Privacy Statement, the term “cookies” is also used to refer to other technologies with similar functionality (e.g. pixels or web beacons).
A browser is a computer program that allows you to visit and access websites and pages on the Internet. Well-known browsers include Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer.
Below we explain which cookies may be set and used and why. The necessary and preferences cookies described below are usually cookies set by us (i.e. “first-party cookies”) while the others usually come from a third party (i.e. “third-party cookies” such as e.g. cookies set by Google Analytics).
Necessary cookies are cookies that are technically necessary to make the basic functionalities of the website work properly (e.g. navigation between pages or filling in a form) or to remember the basic preferences you set while visiting our website (e.g. your cookie preferences). You usually cannot disable these cookies. However, you can delete them after your visit to our website via your browser settings.
If you give your consent, analytical or statistical cookies may also be set and used. Such cookies allow us to collect and analyse information about the performance of our website and how to optimise it. By using these cookies, we can find out how users found our website, which pages are most visited, how the website is navigated, when and for how long, The information collected with the cookies is aggregated and, if possible, also made anonymous.
If you give your consent, marketing/targeting cookies may also be set and used. Marketing/targeting cookies make it possible to track your use of our website (e.g. which pages you visit or which links you follow) and create a profile of you as a user and your interests. This profile can then be used to show you more relevant content and advertisements based on your identified interests.
Social media cookies
In our website, we may place content from external platforms (e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube). We may also provide links or buttons on our website (e.g. a “share button”) to let you easily share content on these platforms. To display or allow you to share that content, those third-party platforms may then set cookies to recognise you as a user and to track you.
You can change or withdraw your consent at any time via the cookie statement on our website.
If you have any questions about your consent, please include the ID and date of consent.