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Speakers Academy®

Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Speakers Academy® uses functional and analytical cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone when you first visit our website. The cookies with a purely technical functionality ensure that the website works properly and, for example, your preferred settings can be remembered, such as the language of the website.

With this, we can also optimise our website. In addition, we place cookies that keep track of your surfing behaviour on our website, so we can offer customised content. On your first visit to our website, we have already informed you about these cookies and asked permission for their placement.

Use of Google Analytics

Speakers Academy® uses Google Analytics to gain insight, among others,  into visitor statistics, traffic sources and pageviews on our websites. In this case, Google acts as a processor in our processing of personal data. Speakers Academy® has therefore signed a processor agreement with Google.

Information collected with Google Analytics has been anonymised as much as possible. For example, Speakers Academy® does not get access to which individual visitors make which visits to our websites. Google will never process your entire IP address and always mask the last octet of your IP address.

The information obtained is stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google is affiliated with the EU – US Privacy Shield Treaty of the US Department of Commerce. Google may only provide your information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. For more information, read Google’s Privacy Policy.

Social Media Plugins

These are cookies that are placed by third parties, in our case by Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. These cookies enable the sharing of messages directly on these social media. We have no influence on how Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook deal with the information obtained. For more information, we refer to the privacy statements of Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Unforeseen cookies

Because of the way in which the Internet and websites work, Speakers Academy® may not always have insight into the cookies that third parties place via the website. This is especially the case if our web pages contain so-called embedded elements; these are texts, images or videos that are stored with another party, but are shown on, in or via our website.

Should you encounter cookies on this website that fall into this category and that we have not mentioned above, please let us know. You may also contact the third party directly and ask which cookies they place, the reason for placing, their lifespan and how they have guaranteed your privacy. We bear no responsibility with regard to the use of your data by third parties.</>

How to delete cookies?

You can opt out of cookies by organising the settings of  your internet browser so that it does not store cookies anymore. In addition, you can also delete all information previously saved via the settings of your browser. You can also install a browser plug-in such as Privacy Badger to block (certain) cookies.

More information about how we process your personal data, including our privacy policy, can be found here.