Cookie Policy

Cookie policy

The protection of your personal data is important to SPLIN and we comply with applicable regulations and laws, including the GDPR.

This cookie policy informs you about what cookies are and how SPLIN uses these cookies on its website.

  1. Who are we?

SPLIN SA/NV (hereinafter 'SPLIN'), with registered office in 4890 Thimister, Rue des Trois Entités 12, with company number 0403.881.472, uses cookies on its website.

If you wish to contact us about this, you can do so using the contact details below:

Rue des Trois Entités 12,
4890 Thimister

  1. What are 'cookies'?

Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by the browser on your device (such as a computer, tablet or smartphone) when you visit our website. These cookies allow us to record certain information about users of the website (e.g. choice of language, duration of your visit to the website...). This data also helps us to better tailor the website to your wishes, preferences and ease of use.  

  1. Why do we use cookies?

On our website, only the following cookies are used, for various purposes:

  • Strictly necessary or technical cookies: These cookies are essential for the operation of the website. These cookies facilitate browsing and allow you to use its features. Without these cookies, the services necessary for, for example, the security of the website could not be offered.
  • Functional cookies: These cookies collect data intended to improve the user-friendliness of the website and the visitor experience (such as recognizing you when you return to the website, remembering your username and your choice of language or country, and remembering changes you have made such as the font).
  • Analytical/statistical cookies: These cookies collect data about how visitors use the website (such as the most visited pages, how visitors click on a link or how visitors receive error messages...).

We use Google Analytics for statistical purposes. Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics uses cookies to help our website analyse how visitors use the website. The data generated by the cookie about your use of the website (such as your IP address) are transmitted to Google's servers, possibly in the United States. 

  1. Legal basis for cookies

Technical and functional cookies collect data on the basis of the legitimate interest of our company (only and when the legitimate interest of our company outweighs the interest of the data subjects). The interests have already been set out in item 3.

Analytical cookies process data on the basis of your consent.  

  1. Disabling cookies

You can change or withdraw your consent to our use of cookies at any time (see button below).

If you wish to change or withdraw your consent, you can also use the browser with which you visit the website to adjust the conditions related to cookies, such as enabling, disabling or deleting cookies. You shall follow your browser's instructions for this purpose.

If you do not enable certain cookies, we cannot guarantee you a flawless visit to the website, for example due to slowed down pages or the possibility that certain parts of the website may not be accessible and/or usable, or that they are only partially accessible and/or usable.

  1. Third party cookies

“First party cookies” are cookies that we place on your device during your visit to our website.

“Third party cookies” are cookies that third parties place on your device when you visit our website. Our company does not always have control over how these third parties use cookies. You can find more information about this on the website of the relevant third party (see also above). 

  1. How long do we keep cookies?

The retention period of cookies depends on the type of cookie. For example, a session cookie will no longer be present on your device after you stop browsing. Permanent cookies, on the other hand, remain on your device even after you have stopped browsing, until they expire, or you delete them.