Donorregister uses cookies and web statistics. Below we will explain why. You will also find out exactly which cookies Donorregister puts on your computer and for what purpose.

Which type of cookies does Donorregister use?

Donorregister uses cookies for web statistics and research.

Tracking cookies

Tracking cookies are cookies that can track visitors while they surf other websites. Donorregister does not use tracking cookies. Therefore, the website does not support the DoNotTrack setting in browsers. Donorregister complies with the legislation applicable in the Netherlands.

Cookies for web statistics and research

Donorregister uses cookies for web statistics and research. Donorregister does this to gain an insight into how visitors use the website. This information will be used to improve the website, for instance by adding information or improving its user-friendliness.

These types of cookies do not affect your privacy. Therefore, they are exempt from the cookie provision in the Dutch Telecommunications Act. This is why Donorregister does not ask permission for these types of cookie.

Research

Donorregister occasionally does research among the visitors to the website. It uses the survey cookie status for this. This cookie tracks whether the visitor took part in the online questionnaire. It concerns the following cookies.

Name cookie: Purpose:
Cookie _pk_cvar Did the online questionnaire invitation get shown during this visit?
Surveyvisittime How long was the visit?
Surveystatus cookie Did the visitor take part in the online questionnaire on Donorregister?