Cookies

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small harmless tekst file that is sent to your internet browser by a website. Examples of internet browsers are Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla. The cookie will be saved in your internet browser. Cookies remember what you do on the internet. Some website functions cannot operate without cookies, for example online banking. Furthermore, cookies help you to browse through your website faster and more efficiently.

What’s important to know about cookies?

Why does futureproof.community use cookies?

Futureproof.community uses cookies to make sure that you can use our website (including your Personal page) well and that you can browse through our website fast and efficiently. Furthermore, we use cookies to:

  1. Better inform you about case studies, events, and other information
  2. Make analyses for research
  3. Maintain our relationship with you as “member” off our platform

Why does futureproof.community mention the use of cookies?

It is required by law to inform each website visitor of the use of cookies.

Can you delete or turn off cookies?

You can delete all cookies on your computer, but you can also turn them off. You can do this by editing the settings of your internet browser. Keep in mind that if you turn off cookies, that some website functions won’t be able to perform as well.