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Cookies are used for different purposes. The following table explains the own cookies and cookies of third parties that we use on our website. It indicates why we use them and how long the different cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device
|Name and category||Type||Function and purpose||Active for/till|
|ASP.NET_SessionId||1st party cookie||The website is programmed in ASP.Net. ASP.Net is a technology that temporarily stores information that the website needs during the visit of the surfer. We call this a 'session'. To make sure that the website knows what information about the stored session belongs to you (unlike any other visitor), your browser stores an identifier.||End of the browsersession|
|.ASPXAUTH||1st party cookie||This cookie knows that you have logged in so that you do not have to log in every time you visit the site.||6 months|