Dutch hospitality is a cookie with your coffee or tea. Digital hospitality is a cookie for a website visit. A cookie is a small amount of data ,i.e. small text files, sent to your computer by a website. The website tells the web browser you are using (e.g. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox) to store these cookies on your computer. There are two types of cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your web browser. Persistent cookies remain stored on your computer even after your web browser is closed. We, or other parties, place these cookies on your computer or mobile device for a very specific reason. For example, in your next visit, we are able to read your preferences or login details in the text file. This means that you do not have to indicate your preferences again and we can make the website more user-friendly. Under the heading "Overview Cookies" you will see which cookies we place and what they are used for.
Note: If you do not consent to placing cookies, we cannot guarantee that our website or any part thereof works properly.
Functional necessary cookies
We place functional cookies to make our website work well. No permission is required for placing these cookies. This concerns cookies that make sure preferences are saved and the load of the website is distributed.
Social media and YouTube cookies
To share content from our website on social media, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ will place cookies. For watching videos, cookies are placed by YouTube.
We continuously improve our website by analysing how you use our website, how you found us and where there are any bottlenecks. Cookies are placed by Google Analytics.
To ensure you do not see the same ad every time, offers match your interests, we know how many visitors click on an ad and how many people eventually make a purchase cookies are placed by Google, Facebook and Twitter.
We do not store cookies longer than required by law and not longer than is strictly necessary for carrying out the purposes.
If other parties place cookies, their cookie statement applies. This may change in the meantime. The current cookie statement can be found on the website of the party concerned.
You can also delete cookies
Via your web browser (the program that allows you to view websites) you can delete cookies. How this should be done depends on the Internet browser. We have created a short guide for the most common Internet browsers.
Google Chrome: Go to Settings, click Advanced Settings, click Clear Browsing Data, select Cookies, and Other Site and Plugin Details, and then click Clear Browsing Data.
Internet Explorer: Go to Settings, click Clear Browsing Data, select Cookies and Saved Website Data, and click Delete.
Safari: Go to Preferences, click Security, click Show Cookies, click Delete All, or select one or more cookies and click Delete.
Mozilla Firefox: Go to the menu and choose Options, select Privacy, choose use custom settings for History at Firefox, click on Show Cookies, click on Delete All Cookies, or select one or more cookies and click on Delete Selected.
Is your web browser not included? Or have the settings changed in the meantime? Then use the help or search function of your Internet browser.
We can change the information in this cookie statement without notice. Changes are required, for example, if we modify our website or if the legislation is modified. We encourage you to check regularly if the information provided and the text of this cookie statement have been changed.
Geniozz and other websites
Geniozz websites contain some links to other websites. Geniozz cannot accept any liability for the handling of your information by these parties. For further information, please read the privacy statement (if available) of the website you are visiting.
- This document was last updated on 2nd of October, 2018 -