What are cookies and why are they needed?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your laptop, tablet or smartphone when you visit one of our websites or use our apps. It allows us to recognise you on a later visit by retrieving saved information from these files. In this way, you will not need to fill in your personal details again. In addition, the cookies allow us to see how the websites and apps are used. Based on that data, we can implement improvements.
What type of cookies and techniques do we use?
YoungCapital uses standard techniques that are used by virtually all websites and apps. These techniques, together with the cookies, enable our system to collect and save information.
The cookies that we use are:
- Functional cookies. These cookies ensure that our websites and apps are working properly. In addition, they help us save information to make it more user friendly. For example, by remembering your username.
- Analytical cookies. These cookies measure how the websites and apps are used. This information is analysed to implement improvements.
- Social media cookies. These cookies ensure that you can share certain information directly on social media. This can be done through the links and buttons on our websites and in our apps.
- Advertising cookies. These cookies are placed by third parties (such as Google) to show you relevant advertisements.
Block or delete cookies or change your settings?
You can decide yourself whether to allow cookies. If you do not want cookies to be saved in your internet browser, you can change the settings. You can also set an alert for cookies. Each time a cookie is saved, you get a notification. Saved cookies can be deleted through your browser settings.