Cookie policy

Cookie policy

Wolters Kluwer Nederland BV (hereinafter referred to as "Wolters Kluwer") makes use of cookies to improve the user experience (for example, to remember a language choice) and to collect web statistics from the visitors to our websites.

 

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is placed by the server of a website in the browser of your computer or on your mobile device when you consult the website. The cookie contains a unique code that allows your browser to be recognised during the visit to the website (a so-called 'session' cookie) or in later, repeated visits (a so-called 'persistent’ cookie). Cookies can be placed by the server of the website that you visit or by partners with which this website collaborates. The server of a website can only read the cookies that it has placed itself; it has no access to other information on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are stored in your browser folder on your computer or mobile device. The content of a cookie usually consists of the name of the server that has placed the cookie, an expiry date and a unique numerical code.
Cookies make the interaction between the visitor and the website easier and faster in general and help the visitor navigate between the various parts of a website. Cookies can also be used to make the content of a website or the advertisement on a website more relevant for the visitor, and to adapt it to his personal taste and needs.

Personal data can be stored in these cookies, either with your permission or because this is technically necessary for use of the website (for example, to be able to log in).

 

Use of cookies

By making use of the website, you consent to the use and storage of cookies on your computer or mobile device.
You can set your browser so that you get a message that a cookie is being placed or that collection of cookies is not possible. However, then you cannot make use of all the possibilities of the website. In addition, you can indicate whether or not you give permission for the website to place tracking cookies and change this choice at any time.

 

You can refuse the installation of cookies via your browser settings. You can find the procedure for refusing cookies for the most common browsers here.

You can also delete the already installed cookies from your computer or mobile device at any time.

 

Wolters Kluwer makes use of the following cookies:

 

  1.  Necessary cookies

    These cookies are essential to be able to visit our websites and to use certain parts of it. These cookies allow you for example to navigate between the various parts of the website or to fill in forms. If you refuse these cookies certain parts of the website will not work or will not work optimally.

 

  1.  Functional cookies

    Functional cookies are the cookies that facilitate functioning of our website, make it more pleasant for the visitor and ensure that you have a more personalised browsing experience. These are for example the cookies that remember your preference at some point.

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Eloqua

 

These cookies allow you to view advertisements from Wolters Kluwer that suit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​websites you visit, after you have been on Wolters Kluwer's websites

 

Wolters KluwerThese cookies registers that visitors come from platforms of Wolters Kluwer, so that this information is accessible later in the visit.
  

 

  1.  Performance cookies

    This website also makes use of Google Analytics. Information is collected with cookies on the use that visitors make of our websites, with the intention of improving the content of our websites, further adapting it to the wishes of the visitors, and increasing the ease of use of our websites. For example, there is a cookie that helps us count the number of unique visitors and a cookie that keeps track of which pages are the most popular. The information collected by these cookies is not personal.

 

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Google Analytics

 

Analytical cookies that measure website visits (anonymously). 

 

Wolters Kluwer – Effacts.comAnalytical cookies that measure website visits (anonymously). 
  

 

 

 

  1.  Third-party cookies

    The website also contains items from other third parties such as video services, social media buttons or advertisements.

 

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BingThese cookies allow you to view advertisements from Wolters Kluwer that suit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​websites you visit, after you have been on Wolters Kluwer's websites. 

 

Double Click

 

These cookies allow you to view advertisements from Wolters Kluwer that suit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​websites you visit, after you have been on Wolters Kluwer's websites.

 

FacebookThese cookies allow you to view ads from Wolters Kluwer that fit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​Facebook, after you have been on Wolters Kluwer's websites.

 

LinkedInThese cookies allow you to view ads from Wolters Kluwer that fit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​LinkedIn, after you have visited Wolters Kluwer's websites.

 

TwitterThese cookies allow you to view ads from Wolters Kluwer that fit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​Twitter, after you have been on Wolters Kluwer's websites.

 

Google Adwords remarketingThese cookies allow you to view advertisements from Wolters Kluwer that suit your preference (interest-based targeting) on ​​websites you visit, after you have been on Wolters Kluwer's websites.

 

BizographicsThese cookies allow you to view ads from Wolters Kluwer that fit your preference (interest-based targeting), after you have visited Wolters Kluwer's websites.

 

 

 

Opt-out:

You can choose to opt out of Performance and Third Party cookies by clicking on the link below.
Wolters Kluwer reserves the right to change this Cookie Policy at any time and you therefore understand that the list is subject to change. For the latest applicable version, we advise you to regularly check the Wolters Kluwer website.