Cookies

A cookie is a small text file that is transferred to your computer, tablet or smartphone during your visit to a website. Information is stored in this text file. If you visit the website again later, the website will recognise this information. We use cookies to remember your settings and preferences, but also to make the use of our website easier for you. We also place cookies to prevent that our website shows the same information too often. These cookies are not linked to your personal file.

Deleting or blocking cookies

If you don’t want your device to store cookies, you can delete them manually. If you don’t want our website to place cookies at all, you can block them automatically through your browser:

These cookies are used on apenheul.com

Functional cookies 

Apenheul places cookies that are necessary to properly display the website and cookies that are necessary to operate the website.

  • ASP.NET_SessionId - as long as the session lasts
  • MultiNodeTreePicker - as long as the session lasts
  • UMB_UCONTEXT - 1 day
  • UMB_UPDCHK - 7 days
  • _vwo_uuid_v2 - 1 day
  • adlsyn - as long as the session lasts

Analytical cookies 

Google Analytics places cookies that are used to gain insight into website statistics, such as the number of visitors, frequently visited pages or the time spent on our website. These details are completely anonymous and cannot be traced back to a unique person.

  • __utmb - 30 minutes
  • __utma - 2 years
  • __utmc - as long as the session lasts
  • __utmt - 10 minutes
  • __utmz - 6 months
  • _ga - 2 years
  • _ga_UA-12075210-1 - as long as the session lasts
  • _gid - 1 day

Analytical cookies (research)

These cookies track the user behaviour of website visitors. This data is used to improve and optimise the website. These details are completely anonymous and cannot be traced back to a unique person.

  • optimizelyBuckets - 10 years
  • optimizelyEndUserId - 10 years
  • optimizelyPendingLogEvents - 2 days
  • optimizelySegments - 10 years

Social media cookies

Twitter
Twitter places cookies that are required for liking or sharing posts. Additionally, these cookies collect information that can be used to show personalised advertisements on Twitter. More information about the functioning of these cookies can be found on Twitter.

  • auth_token - as long as the session lasts
  • _twitter_sess - as long as the session lasts
  • dnt - 14 days
  • eu_cn - 6 months
  • guest_id - 2 years
  • kdt - 1.5 years
  • personalization_id - 2 years
  • remember_checked_on - 10 years
  • syndication_guest_id - 2 years
  • tfw_exp - 14 days
  • twid - 10 years

Facebook
Facebook places cookies that are required for liking posts or updating statuses. Additionally, these cookies collect information that can be used to show personalised advertisements on Facebook. More information about the functioning of these cookies can be found on Facebook.

  • fr - 3 months
  • wd - 7 days
  • presence - as long as the session lasts
  • act - as long as the session lasts
  • xs - 3 months
  • pl - 10 weaks
  • sb - 2 years
  • c_user - 3 months
  • datr - 2 years