Cookie policy


A cookie is a simple small file sent with pages from this website and stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. The information stored in it can be sent back to our servers during your next visit.

Where do cookies come from?

First-party cookies are cookies that this site manages, they are specific to this website and have a specific function such as making this website/service on the website function properly.

Third-party cookies are cookies that we do not manage or place on this website ourselves, they come from a third party. Third-party cookies may be set when using this website. These cookies allow certain data to be sent to third parties by your visit to this website. An example would be social media cookies or cookies to track statistics. Even though we do not place/manage these cookies ourselves, we make every effort to ensure that their placement is as controlled as possible. You can find an overview of the cookies placed by third parties at the bottom of this page.

In some cases, other cookies may be set by trusted third parties, depending on the content you see on the website. For example, an embedded youtube or vimeo player.

Types of cookies used on this website

There are several cookies we use on this website, each has its own function. The cookies used on this website can be divided into various categories. Below is an overview.

Necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for the website to function properly and cannot be switched off. They are usually set in response to visitor actions, such as setting privacy preferences, filling in a contact form or logging in to the website.

There are 2 types of cookies used within wordpress: Users cookies and Commenters cookies.

Users Cookies are set when a user logs in to the backend, this contains a user’s authentication details. These cookies expire after 15 days.

Commenters Cookies: when a user leaves a comment on the site, WordPress automatically sets a cookie containing the user’s name, email address and URL. This cookie allows WordPress to automatically populate username, email and URL fields on subsequent visits by the user. The comment cookie expires in 347,222 days or 30000000 seconds.

More info about the cookies set by wordpress can be found on their website:

Analytic cookies

These cookies collect general information about how a visitor uses the website. This is info such as what device you use to view our website or how much time you spend on a web page. With such info, we can make analyses to improve the website. To collect this info, we use Google Analytics.

See “How Google uses cookies” for more information on how the information is processed:

If you want to disable Google Analytics in your browser, please see Google’s instructions:

Marketing cookies

These cookies are used to track a visitor’s browsing behaviour to then compile a user profile from this info. This profile can then be used to show appropriate and personalised ads on other sites.

Switching cookies on and off and deleting them

If you wish to visit this website, we advise you to enable cookies. You are completely free to delete certain cookies in your browser.

You can enable or disable cookies via your browser settings. Below you can find some links with more information about this.

Manage cookies in Internet Explorer:

Manage cookies in Firefox:

Manage cookies in Chrome:

Manage cookies in Safari:

Detailed list of cookies

Name Function Lifecycle Provider
PHPSESSID Preserves user session state across page requests. The PHPSESSID cookie is native to PHP and enables websites to store serialised state data. On the website it is used to establish a user session and to pass state data via a temporary cookie, which is commonly referred to as a session cookie. Stores unique session ID. session
wordpress_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user. session
wordpress_logged_in_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user. session
wordpress_test_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user. session
wordpress_test_cookie WordPress test cookie. session
wp-settings- WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface. session
wp-settings-time- WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface. session
moove_gdpr_popup It stores user preferences for cookies 1 year
_ga Used to distinguish users. 2 years Google analytics
_gid Used to distinguish users. 24 hours Google analytics
_gat Used to throttle request rate. If Google Analytics is deployed via Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be named _dc_gtm_<property-id>. 1 minute Google analytics
_gac_<property-id> Contains campaign related information for the user. If you have linked your Google Analytics and AdWords accounts, AdWords website conversion tags will read this cookie unless you opt-out.


90 days Google analytics
AMP_TOKEN Contains a token that can be used to retrieve a Client ID from AMP Client ID service. Other possible values indicate opt-out, inflight request or an error retrieving a Client ID from AMP Client ID service 1 year Google analytics
collect Used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behaviour. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels. session Google analytics
_GRECAPTCHA This cookie is set by Google. In addition to certain standard Google cookies, reCAPTCHA sets a necessary cookie (_GRECAPTCHA) when executed for the purpose of providing its risk analysis. 5 months 27 days reCAPTCHA