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Textkernel uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. This page sets out Textkernel’s cookie statement for the use of the website (www.textkernel.com).

What are cookies and how does Textkernel use them?
When using the website, various cookies are saved on your computer, mobile device and/or tablet (“Devices”), which can then be accessed. Cookies are small pieces of information (in the form of text) that a server sends to the browser (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox) with the intention that the browser sends this information back to the server the next time a user makes use of the website. Cookies cannot damage your Devices or the files saved on them.

First party cookies
When you use the website, first party cookies are saved on your Device. First party cookies are made by, or for, Textkernel, and are stored on your Device by Textkernel and only Textkernel has access to these cookies. Such cookies are used by Textkernel, for example, to remember your login information and your settings.

Third party cookies
Google Analytics 
Textkernel uses Google Analytics in order to collect statistics about the use and visits of the website. With these analytical cookies a permanent cookie is saved on your Device to register your use of the website. Google Analytics analyses this data about the website and provides Textkernel with the results. This way, Textkernel obtains insight into the traffic of the website and the way in which the website is used. Based on this information Textkernel is able to make adjustments to the website. The information that Textkernel obtains is transferred to Google and stored by Google on servers in the United States.  Textkernel has taken the following measures to protect your privacy:

Textkernel has entered into a data processing agreement with Google in which agreements have been made regarding the processing of personal data.
Textkernel does not allow Google to use the obtained data for other Google services.
Textkernel has removed the last octet of your IP address. An IP address consists of 4 so called octets of 3 digits each. Google offers the opportunity to remove the last octet of the IP address. This happens before your IP address is retained by Google.
Textkernel does not make use of other Google services in combination with Google Analytics.

Social plug-ins
By using the website you can get access to social media websites, such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+. Facebook and Pinterest. Using these so called social plug-ins you can login to your social media profile through the website and subsequently share or recommend information from the website with others. With these social plug-ins third party cookies are saved on your Devices. These cookies serve the purpose of optimising your user experience.
Tracking Cookies
Tracking cookies monitor how users interact with and move around on the Site. These cookies, which may be combine with automatically collected log information, let us know what features on the Site are working the best, and allow us to improve  marketing, analytics, or site functionality.

Can I disable or delete cookies?
You can configure your browser so that you do not receive any cookies the next time you use the website. You can read here how you can remove different types of cookies in different browsers:


Warning: if you disable or delete cookies, it is possible you will no longer be able to access (parts of) the website or that the website does not work optimally. Please consult the browser instructions or the help-function of your browser to learn how you can delete cookies.
Note: refusing or deleting cookies only affects the Device and the browser on which you perform this action. If you use different Devices and/or browsers you will need to repeat the above described actions on these Devices and/or browsers. If you wish to use cookies, make sure you log-out of your account when you leave a Device for public use.

The cookie statement is part of Textkernel’s privacy statement. Read the full privacy statement for more information.