BaseNet’s cookie policy

By using BaseNet’s websites, information pertaining to your use of BaseNet and other websites may be used by BaseNet and/or third parties. This information may be collected through, but not limited to, the use of cookies. A cookie is a small file that is sent along with pages or websites and saved by your browser onto the hard drive of your computer. The cookie allows your browser to be recognised after returning visits to the same website.

Do cookies know who I am?

No, cookies do not know who you are. Your name, address, age and other personal data are not registered by cookies. Cookies only save preferences and interests based on your browsing behaviour.

Why are cookies necessary?

The use of cookies is of major importance for website’s in order to run properly, but cookies of which their presence is not directly noticeable (such as Google Analytics) are also of importance to BaseNet. Without anonymous data of our visitors BaseNet has no perspective on the use of websites and how to improve on them.

Cookies on BaseNet’s websites

BaseNet’s cookies are categorised into two types:

  • Functional cookies
  • Analytical cookies

Functional cookies

Functional cookies are required for the proper functioning of BaseNet’s websites.

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies (i.e. Google Analytics) are of upmost importance to BaseNet. Without the anonymous input of visitors BaseNet has no clear picture of BaseNet’s website use and how to improve on its quality.

Whether to refuse cookies or to accept

If you wish to completely refuse cookies to all websites this can be set in your browser’s settings.