Every time you visit our website, our web server automatically recognises your domain name (internet domain name) and your e-mail address (as far as possible).
When you visit our website, we save your domain name and e-mail address:
Your e-mail address if you post messages/questions on this website.
Your e-mail address when you communicate this to us.
Your e-mail address when you participate in discussion forums.
All information relating to the pages of other sites that you have consulted in order to go to our site.
All information relating to the pages you have consulted on our site.
All information that you have provided voluntarily (e.g. research information and/or site registration).
This information is used to:
Improve the content of our website.
To individualise the content and layout of our pages for each individual visitor.
Notify you of updates to our website.
To contact you later for marketing purposes.
The information is only used internally and is not passed on to other organisations for commercial purposes.
A cookie is a small file that is sent by an internet server and that installs itself on the hard disk of your computer. This file keeps track of the visited internet site and contains a number of data about this visit:
To register your preferences.
To register information that is specific to you, such as the web pages that you have consulted in order to go to our site.
To register your previous activities on the site, in order to provide you with a better service during your next visit.
To ensure that you do not receive the same advertisements repeatedly.
To adapt the content and presentation of the site according to your browser type or other information sent by the browser.