Cookie Policy

Our website uses cookies, which are saved on your computer by your browser. A cookie is a text file that contains information about your visit to this website. Cookies play an important part in the correct representation of this website and ensure your next visit to the website is easier. For example, when you request commercial information on the website, you must only enter your information once. You can configure your browser during your visit, so you do not receive any cookies. However, by doing so, it is possible that you cannot benefit from all the opportunities, or that you will not have access to, or parts of, our website.

Google Analytics

Visiting our website will install a cookie from American company Google, as part of the “analytics” service.  We use this service to acquire reports and information about how our users use the website. Google can provide this information to third parties; this if Google is legally obligated to do so, or for as far third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We do not have any influence over this. The information collected by Google will be made anonymous as much as possible. Your IP-address will not be provided. The information is transferred from and to Google and saved on servers in the United States.

Internet Advertising

Watchplus will display advertisements based on your interests on various website pages, whereby information collected while you view content on our website is used.

Functional Cookies

Functional cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website. These cookies are put on your system as a standard and will not be removed when you do not accept the cookie. These cookies ensure that temporary ‘settings’ stay saved when you want to search, edit, and/or create something on the website page.

Amendments

The Cookie Policy can be amended. These amendments will be released on this page. Therefore, users should refer to the Cookie Policy regularly; this will keep users informed about any amendments.

Last amendment

This document was amended on April 1, 2018.