II. What are cookies?
Cookies are small information files that are stored on your computer or mobile device by the internet browser, when you visit a website or when you use a (mobile) application. They act like a kind of memory aid for a Website. Thanks to cookies, our Website can keep track of our visitors and their surfing behaviour in a simple way.
III. Who installs and manages cookies?
Cookies can be installed by us ("first party cookies") or by third parties ("third party cookies").
First party cookies are cookies that are installed by a website that is being visited by the user at that time (e.g. installed by www.realis.be).
Third-party cookies are cookies that are installed by a domain name other than that of the website being visited by the visitor. If the visitor visits a website and a third party installs a cookie via that Website, it is a third-party cookie (e.g. cookies installed by Google, Linkedin and Facebook). For cookies installed by third parties (e.g. Google Analytics), please refer to the statements these parties have published on their respective websites about this. Please note: we have no control over the content of those statements, nor over the content of the cookies of these third parties.
IV. How long do cookies last?
Cookies are sometimes installed temporarily (session cookies) and sometimes permanently ("persistent cookies").
Permanent cookies are cookies that stay on the user's device for a duration determined in the cookie. They are activated by use every time the visitor visits the website (e.g. cookies installed by social media, such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Analytics). Most non-functional cookies are permanent cookies.
Session cookies are cookies that permit simplifying the actions of a user and to link them to each other during a browser session. A browser session starts when a user opens the browser and ends when they close it. Session cookies are installed temporarily. As soon as the browser closes, all session cookies are removed. Most functional cookies are session cookies.
We use the information we get from cookies to inform people about our services and products in a better and more personal way, to conduct analyses for research, improve the website, for safety reasons and to manage our relationship with you as a (prospective) client.
We use the following types of cookies:
A. Necessary cookies
Necessary cookies are indispensable for being able to visit the Website and to be able to use certain parts of it. These cookies permit you to, for example, navigate between the different parts of the Website, or to fill out forms. These cookies do no permit identifying you as an individual. Necessary cookies are first party cookies.
|Cookie-agreed||Realis||Non classified||99 days|
B. Functional cookies
Functional cookies are cookies that make the functioning of the Website easier and more enjoyable and enable you to have a more personalised surfing experience. They are the cookies that, for example, remember your language preference. These cookies do no permit identifying you as an individual. If you refuse these cookies, certain parts of the website will not be able to function optimally or at all. Functional cookies are first party cookies.
|Lang||Realis||The language cookie saves the language of the visitor if he/she has picked a specific language||Session|
C. Performance cookies (non-functional cookies)
Performantiecookies are cookies whose purpose is to collect information about the way visitors use the Website, such as information regarding the pages visited, or the number of error messages shown, to analyse the use of the Website.
|_ga, _gat, _gid||Google Analytics||Google Analytics is an analytical tool we use to measure how visitors use our Website. The tool has several cookies to collect information about our Website, without identifying visitors personally.||2 year|
D. Tracking cookies (non-functional cookies)
The Tracking cookies we use are used primarily for the use of advertising cookies, which can be installed by us as well as by third parties and the so-called social plug-ins, which are installed on our Website by third parties. Advertising cookies are used to gather information about your surfing behaviour, so that you can be shown advertising that is interesting to you. Should you refuse these cookies, this does not necessarily mean that you will no longer see any advertising. Advertising may be shown that does not use such cookies and that may be adapted to the content of the Website.
|BizoID||Statistics for LinkedIn-advertisements||1 year|
|Bscookie||Secured browser-ID-cookie||1 year|
|Fr||Used by Facebook to produce a series of advertising products, such as real-time offers by external advertisers||3 months|
|Lidc||Used for routing||1 day|
|UserMatchHistory||Statistics for LinkedIn-advertisements||6 months|
|Ipv391092, Pardot, Visitor_id#, Visitor_id#-hash||Pardot||Pardot cookies help us to integrate the actions of visitors on our website into our user database. Pardot, for example, keeps a register of forms you may have filled out on our website (contact forms, newsletter forms) and when you have registered for this.||Session|
|Visitor_id#, Visitor_id#-hash||Realis||This is a cookie for visitors with unique identification, which is used to recognise a user of the website.||Not classified|
VI. What about your privacy?
VII. How do you manage or turn off cookies?
Via the browser settings, under security and privacy setting, you can opt to turn off cookies. In addition, you may also remove cookies by clearing your “browser history”. Turning off cookies may result in certain applications on our Website not functioning optimally. More information about permitting or blocking cookies in different browsers:
We reserve the right to amend of make or adaptations to this cookie statement unilaterally. The most recent version, however, is always available on our Website.