SPRL SILVERT STONES CONSULTING registered at BCE under number BE088 3.296.549 with its registered office located at Avenue Molière 145, Box 15, 1190 Forest, use small amounts of data stored on your computer which are called “cookies”, to collect information on the way visitors use our website (hereinafter “the Website”)
In Belgium, the use of these technologies in the context of telecommunications is governed by the Belgian law of 13 June 2015 on electronic communications, as amended by the law of 10 July 2012 (transposition of the Telecom package).
WHAT IS A COOKIE?
Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that are downloaded on your device when you visit a website. The cookies are then sent back to the original website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes the cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize the user’s device.
Cookies allow you to browse efficiently from one page to another, memorize your preferences and improve generally the user’s experience. They can also help make online advertisements more relevant to you and your interests.
Some cookies contain personal information- for example, if you click on the “Remember” button when you log in, a cookie will store your user’s name. Most cookies do not collect information allowing to identity you, but rather more general information such as the way users land on the website and use it, or the user’s general location.
There are mainly 4 types of cookies: - Session cookies last only for the duration of the session. They are closed when the user closes his web browser. - Persistent cookies remain even after the session is closed. They are stored on the user’s hard disk until they expire (persistent cookies are defined with expiry dates) or until the user deletes the cookie. Persistent cookies can be used to collect identification information on the user, in particular his browsing behavior on the web or his preferences for a specific website. - The cookies of the first part belong to the site which you have chosen to visit. - Third party cookies come from a website whose content is retrieved indirectly, for example through an image tag or a banner.
You can configuRE your browser yourself to refuse certain cookies, or all cookies.
We invite you to carefully read the following explanation to understand which cookies we use for which purposes.
WHICH ARE THE COOKIES WE USE?
You will find below the list of cookies on the Website: - Technical cookies that are essential for good communication and destined to ease browsing.
In accordance with the Belgian law of 13 June 2015 on electronic communications as amended by the law of 10 July 2012 (Transposition of the Telecom package), your consent is not necessary when the installation of a cookie is exclusively for the purpose of enabling or facilitating communication by electronic means or is strictly necessary for the provision of an online service at your express request (technical cookies, session cookies, performance cookies when they are strictly in place for their functional technicality).
These cookies can be set according to your choice, as described in the section below.
HOW TO CONTROL COOKIES?
It is possible to modify the cookie setting via the toolbar of your browser.
You can find below more information on the most common browser settings. All allow to manage cookies which are installed on your computer or your device. You can block or authorize these cookies or indicate the specific websites for which you accept the cookies. Mobile devices browsers offer generally fewer personalization options than computers.
If You are browsing the internet with the Internet Explorer browser, follow the procedure here
If You are browsing the internet with the internet Mozilla Firefox browser , follow the procedure here
If You are browsing the internet with the internet Google Chrome browser, follow the procedure here
If You are browsing the internet with the internet Safari browser, follow the procedure here
Note: If you make changes, please note that they have no effect on the cookies which may have been stored on your computer previously. You will need to delete them specifically.