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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. These cookies contain information that we collect about you, such as your browser type. Cookies are left behind for the optimal functioning of the StiPP website. If you disable the cookies, our website will function less well for you.
Which cookies does StiPP use?
StiPP places two types of cookies: functional cookies and anonymous analytical cookies. Functional cookies ensure that the website works properly, for example to log in or to ensure that the screen settings are always correct. Analytical cookies allow us to measure and improve the use of this website. We do not need to ask your permission to place the functional and anonymous analytical cookies. You can safely assume: StiPP does not store any of your personal data.
Our website places the following functional and analytical cookies:
- Google Analytics: For the (anonymous) measurement and analysis of website visits (we store this data for 1 year);
- Microsoft (Omnichannel): For making the chat function work correctly;
- DigitalCX: Making the search bar work correctly.
About Google Analytics
StiPP uses Google Analytics to analyze website behavior. For this purpose, a processing agreement has been concluded between Google and StiPP. We have made agreements in the processing agreement with Google Analytics. We have chosen to mask the last octet of the IP address. This means that the last 3 digits of your IP address have been removed and you are not personally traceable. "Sharing data" with other Google and third-party products has also been turned off. We have set this up in accordance with the requirements of the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
Cookies do not contain any personal data
Cookies only contain a (unique) number and no personal data. The cookies do not allow us to identify you personally. Also, cookies cannot be used to identify you on other people's websites.
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Tracking pixels in emails
A tracking pixel is an electronic file (size normally 1 pixel x 1 pixel) that is placed in an e-mail (for example, our newsletter to employers and participants). By using a tracking pixel we can see whether an e-mail is being read.