Cookie statement

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored in the browser of your computer or mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc.) by the server of a website when you visit that website. The cookie contains information that makes it possible to identify your browser and inform the website about your previous activities at the site (e.g. choice of language, etc.). The website’s server is only able to read those cookies that it has installed itself and it has no access to other files on your computer or mobile device.

 

What cookies are used at the DNS Belgium website?

DNS Belgium uses cookies to make it easier for you to use the website and to improve the speed of any visit you may make to our website in the future.We also use cookies to generate anonymous statistics about the use of our website for the purpose of improving the structure and content of the site. However, this statistical data does not allow us to identify you personally.
Below is a detailed summary and description of the cookies used by DNS Belgium.

 

Technical cookies


Technical cookies are essential for the DNS Belgium website to function properly.
For example, these cookies enable you to navigate between the various sections of our website and to use specific functionalities.
These cookies do not make it possible to identify you as an individual. If you refuse to accept these cookies, certain parts of the website may not function or may not function to optimum effect.

 

Functional cookies


Functional cookies make sure that our website remembers the choices you make (e.g. choice of language) so that your visit to our website becomes more personalised. These cookies do not make it possible to identify you as an individual. If you refuse to accept these cookies, certain parts of the website may not function or may not function to optimum effect.

The technical and functional cookies are proprietary or first-party cookies, i.e. cookies that come from the server of the DNS Belgium website itself.

 

Marketing cookies


Marketing cookies collect information about the use visitors make of our website and, for example, pass on information about the pages visited and the time spent on each page.
These are third-party cookies that do not come from the server of the DNS Belgium website itself, but from Google Analytics. These cookies do not make it possible to identify you as an individual.

 

How to control or delete cookies


Most Internet browsers are set up in such a way that they automatically accept cookies. You can change your setting to block cookies or to warn you if cookies are being sent to your computer or mobile device. For more information about how you can adjust or change the settings for your browser, please refer to your browser instructions or help screen.

server

A computer program or hardware device that provides services to other computer programs or users.

Browser

program that makes it possible to access and read web pages. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari are some well-known browsers.

DNS

Domain Name System or Domain Name Server. The global DNS is the system and protocol used on the internet to translate domain names into IP addresses and vice versa.