What are Cookies?
These Cookies can have different purposes:
- Technical Cookies (for example during language settings),
- Session Cookies (temporary cookies)
- Tracking Cookies (cookies that can track and update your behaviour on the website so to offer you a more optimal use).
More information on the Belgian legislation concerning cookies can be found here: https://gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit.be/burger/thema-s/internet/cookies#welke-zijn-uw-rechten-in-verband-met-cookies (information only available in NL or FR).
What is the use of these Cookies?
BelTox wants to keep you informed about this legislation and the Cookies it uses on its website. Cookies help BelTox to optimize your visit to its website, to remember technical choices (for example a choice of language, etc.).
If you want to consult the BelTox website, we recommend that you accept the Cookies via the accept button. However, if you do not wish, you are free to refuse them via the refuse button. You will also find more information in the title “How can I manage my Cookies?” below.
We may store information directly related to you. The Cookies we use are secure and guarantee the confidentiality of your personal data.
What Cookies are used by BelTox?
- PHPSESSID – Expiration date: at the end of the browsing session.
- wfwaf-authcookie – Expiration date: 12 hours after creation following connection to the site.
- wordpress_logged_in – Expiration date: 15 days after creation following connection to the site.
- wordpress_test_cookie – Expiration date: At the end of the browsing session.
- wp-settings – Expiration date: 1 year after creation following connection to the site.
- aviaCookieConsent – Expiration date: 2 months after creation following acceptance of Cookies.
How can I manage my Cookies?
To consult the BelTox website, we recommend that you activate Cookies on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. If Cookies are not activated, we cannot guarantee optimal use of our website.
However, if you prefer to limit Cookies from the BelTox website, to block or delete them, you can manage your browser settings.
To activate or deactivate Cookies, you must do the following:
For a Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 browser:
In Internet Explorer, click on ‘Internet Options’ in the ‘Tools’ menu.
In the ‘Confidentiality’ tab, move the cursor to ‘low’ or ‘accept all cookies’ (parameters higher than ‘average’ deactivate cookies).
For the Mozilla Firefox browser:
Click on ‘Firefox’ in the top left corner of your browser and then click on ‘Options’.
In the ‘Privacy’ tab, check or not check ‘Indicate to sites that I do not wish to be tracked’.
Click on ‘OK’.
For the Google Chrome browser:
Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of your browser window and choose ‘Settings’.
Click on the ‘Privacy and security’ tab and select the ‘Site settings’ button.
Click on the ‘Cookies and site data’ tab
Select or deactivate ‘Allow sites to save or read data from Cookies’.
For the Safari browser:
Click on the ‘Cog’ pictogram at the top of your browser window and select the ‘Preferences’ option.
Click on ‘Confidentiality’ then check or uncheck the option: ‘Block third-party cookies and advertising cookies’.
Click on ‘Save’.
If you still have questions or comments regarding Cookies after reading this Cookie statement, please do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.