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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file which can be saved by a website on your computer or mobile device when you visit that website. Each website uses these files to improve the browsing experience.
This way, we can save your preferences and you do not have to sign in each time.
This also helps us to know which pages are visited most often, what we can improve and how we can increase the speed of our website.

STIB/MIVB Policy regarding the use of cookies

STIB/MIVB uses cookies for one or several of the following reasons on its website. There several categories of cookies:

  • Functional and technical cookies

    Cookies from our website itself which are required to ensure a safe and optimal connection to our website. These are called functional and technical cookies. They are related to the browsing experience (your language preference, for example). The cookies are stored for the duration of your visit.

  • Cookies of third-party websites

    Our website uses services of external partners as well, such as YouTube. Moreover, we add clickable links on our websites that redirect to third-party websites, which may create other cookies. For further information about the creation of cookies, please refer to the privacy policy of these websites and services: Google Privacy policy.
    The use of these services is necessary and why these functionalities are not deactivated.
    These cookies are stored for 2 years.

  • Statistics

    We also use cookies to generate statistics. The cookies of the American company Google are thus stored on your computer through our website, as part of the Analytics service. These cookies make sure that we can make your web experience as pleasant as possible by better adapting our website to your behaviour. This service is used for reporting on the visitors' use of the website. Google can communicate this information to third parties if it is legally compelled to do so, or if these parties process the information on behalf of Google. We cannot do anything about that. Google undertakes to respect the Safe Harbor principles and the company forms part of the Safe Harbor programme of the American Ministry of Commerce. This implies that, according to Google, there is an adequate protection level regarding the processing of data which could be personal. This data is rendered anonymous as much as possible.
    Other statistical cookies, such as the cookies of the company Hotjar, are used to analyse the internet user's behaviour on the website. Data gathered by Hotjar are processed to be anonymised.
    For further information about the creation of cookies, please refer to the privacy policy of these websites and third-party services.
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    The statistical cookies are stored for 2 years maximum.

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