With the statistics program we record visitor data from the websites.
The statistics program works with tracking cookies. Only if a visitor does not accept cookies, the statistics program does register based on IP addresses.
With the help of tracking cookies the statistics program can keep track of how visitors end up on a website and what exactly they do there. This concerns data such as: number of unique visitors, number of visits, number of page views, average visit time, page views and used search terms at Google.
The tracking cookies that the statistics program uses are so-called first-party cookies; they only follow the visitor’s behavior on the website itself.
We explicitly do not use third-party cookies for our statistics program and website. Third-party cookies are cookies that can be used to track the behavior of visitors across different websites. Advertising networks in particular make use of this. The Dutch cookie law focuses in particular on these third-party cookies.