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Last updated: 03/02/2021


1. What is a cookie and why do we use cookies ?


A cookie is a small text file that can be stored on your computer when you visit websites. Information is saved in this text file, such as your choice of language on a website. When you visit the website later again, this cookie returns to the concerned website. In this way, the website recognizes your browser and can for example retain your choice of language.

Cookies usually also have an expiration date. For example, some cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser (so-called session cookies), while others can be stored longer on your computer, sometimes until you delete them manually (so-called permanent cookies).


2. What kind of cookies are used?


CDM Stravitec, administrator of this website, uses 3 types of cookies on

2.1. Cookies for functional purposes

CDM Stravitec uses a Content Management System to keep the content of our website up-to-date. This software uses functional cookies. This means that these cookies are essential to the proper functioning of this website. It is not possible to refuse these cookies if you want to visit our website.

2.2. First party cookies for analytical purposes

CDM Stravitec also uses cookies for analytical purposes. This analytical tool installs cookies that we use in order to quantify the visits (traffic) on the website. This allows us to know how many times a particular page has been consulted. We use this information only to improve the content of our website or as a basis for a new campaign by determining certain topics of great interest.

The analytical tool is installed on our own servers. This concerns therefore “first party” cookies (direct cookies). This means that we completely control the information collected through these cookies. No data are sent to third parties. Therefore, we can guarantee that this information will not be used for other purposes. The use of these “first party” cookies for analytical purposes is subject to your prior consent. Thus, you can refuse the installation of these cookies on your device.

2.3. Third party cookie for analytical purposes

The functionality is the same as the previous category (analytical purpose), but the cookies are installed by third parties.

This means that analytical tool used to gather data also belong to third parties and/or data are also shared with third parties.

These third parties can also use the cookies and/or data for their own purposes.

For cookies placed by third parties, please refer to the statements made by these parties on their respective websites. We have no influence on the content of these statements, nor on the content of the cookies of these third parties.


3. List of cookies per category


You will find below a list of the cookies we use with their functions.


3.1. List of functional cookies

These cookies cannot be refused if you want to consult our website

Name Expiration Period Content Purpose


1 year

List of settings and user preferences for the WordPress admin content management system.

This allows for custom WordPress admin settings and preferences, once logged in.


1 year

An ID corresponding to the user in the database.

This allows for custom WordPress admin settings and preferences, once logged in.


Session A simple text string.

A simple check to see if cookies are enabled in the browser.


Session A hash. This cookie is used to store your authentication details. Its use is limited to the admin console area.


Session A hash.

Indicates when you’re logged in, and who you are, for most interface use.


1 year A hash.

Cookie used by Security Plugin for protection against hack attempts, brute force hacking, etc.


180 days A randomly generated user ID.

Used by the other custom cookies on this website to identify the user.


180 days The region selected by the user.

This is used to identify the region where this user is from and is manually provided by the data subject itself.


1 year

Whether or not the user accepts cookies and what levels of cookies are accepted.

This is used to identify the level of cookies this users allows for this website.

3.2. List of first party analytical cookies

These cookies can be refused before consulting our website

Name Expiration Period Content Purpose


2 years

The Client ID field, a unique, randomly generated string that gets stored in the browsers cookies.

In order for Google Analytics to determine that two distinct hits belong to the same user, a unique identifier, associated with that particular user, must be sent with each hit.


24 hours

These cookies store other randomly generated ids and campaign information about the user.

Using cookies allows analytics.js to identify unique users across browsing sessions, but it cannot identify unique users across different browsers or devices.

_gat 1 minute

An integer.

Used to throttle request rate.

3.3. List of third party analytical cookies

These cookies can be refused before consulting our website

Name Expiration Period Content Purpose
None None None None


4. How can I see which cookies are installed on my device and how can I remove them?


If you want to know which cookies are installed on your device or if you want to delete them, you can use a setting in your browser.

You will find more explanations on how to proceed via the links below.

  • Firefox

  • Chrome

  • Safari

  • Internet Explorer


5. Privacy policy


For more information as regards our personal data processing activities, please refer also to our Privacy Policy.