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Cookies are simple small text files that are stored on your computer's hard disk or memory. Cookies cannot damage your computer or the files on your computer. In our cookie pop-up you can read all the details about which cookies we place and what we use them for. You can decide whether you want to accept or refuse cookies and if you wish your browser to inform you when a cookie is placed. To do so, you need to adjust the settings in your browser.

As each browser is different, Halo directs you to your browser's help menu to set your cookie preferences. In addition, you can opt out of the placing of cookies by Google and its affiliates by going here. You can opt out of the placing of cookies by other advertising networks here. Halo does not use external advertising networks on its website. But because we can imagine that you experience ads as privacy-sensitive, we still offer you the link above.

Halo and Google Analytics

.Halo only uses necessary and analytical cookies from Google. These cookies allow Halo to collect statistics on how visitors use its websites. For example, which page is visited most often and which page show error messages. The cookie serves mainly to increase the ease of use of the website. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally required to do so, or if third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Halo has no influence on this. To give you more control over how your data is collected by Google Analytics, Google has developed the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. The add-on communicates with the Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js) to indicate that website visit information should not be sent to Google Analytics. The Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on does not prevent information from being sent to the website itself or to other web analytics services. For more information about this add-on, Halo refers you to Google's website.

Halo and Social Media

Our website contains buttons from social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, which allow you to share (content of) our website on those networks. The buttons work by means of pieces of code originating from these parties themselves. Cookies are placed by using this code. We have no influence on this. Read the privacy statements of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (which may change regularly) to understand what they do with your personal data that they process using these cookies.

If you prevent cookies from being placed, there is a chance that certain functionality will not work or will not work optimally if cookies are refused.