What cookies are used and why?
- Radboudumc uses functional cookies, which are technically necessary in order to remember your functional preferences, like use of language and font size. For these, your permission is not required. You cannot disable functional cookies.
- Cookies that provide information on the quality and effectiveness of the website are used to increase ease of use. These can be analytic cookies, A/B testing or affiliate cookies. For this type of cookies, no IP related information is used, so your permission is not required. You can, however, disable these cookies via your browser settings.
- We use Google Analytics cookies in order to gather and analyse data regarding the visits made to our website. For example, the number of users, people’s click behaviour, the time of their visit and their visitor frequency are stored. We use these data to improve www.radboudumc.nl, and to adapt it to user preferences. Radboudumc and Google Analytics have made arrangements to keep the infringement of privacy to a minimum. It was agreed, among other things, that no complete IP addresses can be passed on. Your separate permission for using these analytical cookies is not required, given their purpose and the arrangements made. You can, however, disable these cookies via your browser settings.
Changing cookie settingsYou can use the browser settings on your computer to remove cookies that are already placed and to refuse new cookies being installed at all times. The exact method differs for each browser; if necessary, please consult the help function in your browser for more information. You can also adjust your browser settings so that you will be notified when a cookie is placed.
FinallyWe will have to adapt and update this information from time to time, for instance due to changes in our website or in laws and rules considering cookies. We are allowed to change the contents of this information at all times and without prior warning. You can consult this webpage for the most recent version.
This cookie information was most recently revised on 27 March 2017.