Cookie Statement

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When you visit a website, it often places a small text file on your computer, tablet or mobile phone.

This is called a cookie. The Ecclesia websites also uses cookies. This applies to all our online applications, including but not limited to our websites and portals. On this page we explain why and when we do so.

What do cookies do?

A cookie ensures that website users are distinguished from each other. This makes websites easier to use. For example, cookies ensure that you can stay logged in to a website or that your preferences are remembered, such as location and language settings. Website owners can also use cookies to collect general information about the use of the website in order to improve the site. Furthermore, some cookies make it possible to track browsing behaviour. For example, websites and advertisers may learn about your preferences, allowing them to display more relevant content.

Cookies are anonymous. They are not used to store your private information, such as email address or telephone number.

Who can place cookies?

Cookies may be placed by the website you visit or by third parties that manage content displayed on the pages you visit.

Why does Ecclesia use cookies? We want you to be able to use our website as well as possible. We place cookies for this purpose. We distinguish three types of cookies: functional (necessary) cookies, cookies to collect information about the use of the website and cookies to provide you with specific information.

Necessary cookies for website performance

Some cookies are necessary to ensure the proper performance of our website. Our client portal, for example, makes use of cookies: a cookie assesses whether you are logged in and recognises you as the same user when you go to another page within Ecclesia, so that you remain logged in. By placing a cookie on your computer, we can remember your user name, enabling you to log in more quickly next time. We never store passwords or personal data about your browsing behaviour.

Cookies to monitor website use

We use cookies to improve the website. We analyse how visitors use our website. For example, we measure how often the web pages are visited and where visitors spend most time, whether they pull out when filling in a form, what keywords they use, and so on. We measure this by using the software of Google Analytics and Klipfolio. Based on this information, we can better attune the structure, navigation and content of the website to the visitors, so they can easily and quickly find what they are looking for. We dot not trace any reports back to specific individuals.

Profile cookies

We also use cookies that tell us something about your user profile. We do this both on our website as well as on external websites. We show information tailored to a previous visit to our website.

Can you disable cookies?

Yes, that is possible. Cookies are stored on your computer. If you do not want websites to place cookies on your computer at all, you can adjust your browser settings so that you receive a warning before cookies are placed. Alternatively, you can adjust the settings so that your browser rejects all cookies or only third party cookies. You can also delete cookies that have already been placed. Please note that you may need to adjust the settings separately for each browser and device you use.

Please be aware that if you do not want cookies, the website may not function optimally and you may not always be able to use all the features of the website. Cookies ensure that the website is displayed correctly and are necessary to use C360. The way in which you adjust your settings varies from one browser to another. You can consult the manual of your browser. If you want to disable cookies from specific parties, you can do so via

How does Ecclesia handle your personal data?

Ecclesia makes every effort to guarantee your privacy. Our privacy statement states how we carefully handle your personal information.