What are cookies?
Cookies are “mini files” that can be placed on your device that is connected to the Internet such as a computer, phone or tablet. Cookies can be used to collect or store information about how you behave on our website and/or your device. The reading of these cookies allows us to retrieve the information stored in them with the aim to make our website works better for you and ensure your online experience with us is more enjoyable and rewarding. We may also adapt our website to your needs and preferences.
Analytical cookies are used for statistical purposes and are only placed after you have made a choice.
The cookies we sometimes use are:
Temporary (or session) cookies which are deleted when you close the browser;
Permanent (or persistent) cookies that remain until they expire or you delete them;
First-party cookies used by our domain (meaning placed by us);
Third-party cookies used by us but placed by other domains outside our organization.
See our detailed cookie list for more details.
Which cookies do we use and why?
We use analytical cookies on our website. These cookies collect information that helps us track how our digital services are used and make them even better. They tell us things like how many people use our digital services.
How do you choose the cookies that we place?
We’ll give you as much control as we can. The various options are given below.
If you’re visiting our website for the first time, you can accept or reject cookies. If you wish to change this later, click ‘Change cookie preference’.
You can disable cookies in your browser settings. Adjusting these settings varies according to the type of browser. Check the help feature of your browser or its user guide: Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
Certain browsers allow you to choose not to be tracked by websites (‘Do Not Track‘). We only consider our own cookie mechanisms and do not support ‘Do Not Track’.
What about your privacy?
When we collect personal data through cookies, we always do so in accordance with our Privacy Statement, which we recommend reading.
Contact our support services to get more help with questions and share feedback. For complaints about exercising your rights, contact: email@example.com.
If this route does not resolve the matter satisfactorily, you can contact the Discai Data Protection Officer: in writing, by sending a letter to Discai NV, Data Protection Officer, Havenlaan 2, 1080 Brussels, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.