Cookie Policie

This cookie policy applies to the website www.de-panne.be (hereinafter referred to as “Website” or “Site”) administered by L’OASIS with its registered office at Duinkerkelaan 3,
8660 De Panne, Belgique ( hereinafter referred to as “L’OASIS”, “We”, “Our”), owner and manager of this Website. Our Website uses cookies and similar technologies to improve your browsing, remember your preferences, provide you with personalized information, ensure your safety, etc. Below you will find more information about cookies, why we use cookies, how we use cookies, how to manage cookies.

1. What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your device when you visit a website. Cookies will be used to recognize your browser during the validity period of the cookie concerned.

2. Why do we use cookies?

L’OASIS uses the cookies necessary for the use of the Site. Cookies help us improve your user experience (for example, remember your language preferences) and collect statistics to optimize the Site.

The use of cookies requires your prior and explicit consent. If you decline, you will still be able to access the Site but you will not be able to benefit from any number of features. You can always change your choice.

Certain cookies are essential for the use of the Site or the activation of the particular functionalities of the Site. Cookies intended to carry out the transmission of a communication or strictly necessary for the delivery of a functionality expressly requested by the user are exempt from the obligation of consent.

According to the independent European Data Protection Advisory Body, Article 29, this kind of cookies are: “user-input cookies (session-id)” according to the user’s input when filling online forms; authentication and security cookies; multimedia cookies used for playing video or audio content; “Load-balancing cookies” necessary to carry out the transmission of a communication; “User-interface customization cookies” used to store a user’s preferences for the duration of the session.

L’OASIS uses the following types of cookies:

Strictly necessary cookies are essential to the functioning of our Site.

Performance Cookies are used to count the number of visitors and see how they use our Website. This helps us to improve your user experience.

Functionality cookies will be used to recognize your browser on your next visit to our Site so that we can personalize our content for you (for example, remember your language preferences).

Targeting cookies help us to offer you personalized ads.

3. How long will the cookies stay on my browser?

Some cookies are only valid for the duration of your browsing session. They expire and are automatically deleted when you close your Internet browser: they are called “session cookies”.

Other cookies do not expire when you close your browser and are called “persistent” (permanent). They have a specific expiration period that is different for each type of cookie, and stay on your device between browsing sessions.

4. Do we use third-party cookies and aggregated information?

Cookies that are configured on your device by a party other than L’OASIS are called “third parties”. For example, pages containing embedded videos from YouTube may contain third-party cookies. Please check the third party websites for information on their use of cookies.

We can also analyze aggregated information that does not identify individual users to monitor site traffic and optimize it. We ask for your consent before installing these cookies on your device.

5. Types of cookies used

5.1. Cookies strictly necessary

These cookies are essential to allow the user to surf the Site and use its features, such as access to secure areas of the site. They are typically used to distinguish users who visit the website to provide a consistent and accurate service. For example, to memorize previous actions on a web page during a browser session, or to enhance security features.

cookie name: _dc_gtm_ a third party cookie? No expiration: 1 day
Required for the operation of the site scripts. Cookies do not collect any personal information. They allow us to understand user behavior and improve your browsing experience.
Used by many websites. Learn more about Google Analytics cookies . You could opt out of Google Analytics .

5.2. Performance cookies

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, such as which pages are visited most often, and whether they receive error messages. These cookies do not collect personal information from visitors. All information is in principle aggregated and therefore anonymous. Cookies are used to improve the functioning of a website, to perform web analytics and error handling.

cookie name: _gid a third-party cookie? No expiration: 2 days
Used to store the unique value of each page that the user consults.

cookie name: _ga a third party cookie? No expiry: 2 years

Used to distinguish unique users and for analytical reports.

cookie name: _gat a third party cookie? No expiration: 10 minutes
Allows you to limit the rate of requests by limiting the collection of data on sites with high traffic.

cookie name: _gat_UA-NNNNNNN-nn a third-party cookie? No expiration: 1 day
This is a variation of the _gat cookie that is used to limit the amount of data Google saves on high traffic websites.

These cookies are associated with Google Universal Analytics. We use Google Analytics to collect information about how you use our Site, which will help us make relevant improvements. We do not collect or store your personal information and we do not allow Google to use or share our analytics data. You could opt out of Google Analytics .

5.3. Functionality cookies

These cookies allow the website to remember user choices (such as preferred language or region) and provide enhanced and more personal features. They can also be used to provide services requested by users, such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information collected by these cookies can be made anonymous and can not track visitor activity on other websites.

5.4. Targeting cookies

These cookies are used to provide the user with more relevant advertisements. They are also used to limit the number of times that the user sees an advertisement as well as to help evaluate the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. They memorize if the user has already visited the website and collect his browsing habits to show relevant advertisements for the user. These cookies can also be used to enhance the functionality of the website, such as activating videos, sharing content with social media, providing cards, etc.

Tags are used to collect data on a Website. They are embedded in the HTML / JavaScript code and delivered to a web browser or application when loading a web page. They may be used with cookies to collect information on how users surf the Site.

6. How to manage cookies?

You can control and manage cookies in many ways. Remember that some cookies can not be disabled. If you block certain cookies, parts of our website may not be accessible in their entirety.

6.1. Cookie consent tool

You can indicate your choice by changing the settings on the cookie information banner (a Consent tool). Essential cookies are essential because they ensure network communication. You can accept or decline other types of cookies, such as performance or targeting cookies.

6.2. Settings for your web browser

You can also change your web browser settings to enable or disable cookies. Please note that if you use your browser settings to block all cookies, you may not be able to access certain parts of our Website. The configuration of each browser is different, you will find below the information on cookies specific to your browser:

Google Chrome
Internet Explorer
Mozilla
Opera
Safari
Safari for mobile apps

To unsubscribe from Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/?hl=en

7. How to contact us?

If you have any questions about how we use cookies, you can contact the L’OASIS service center using the information below:

L’OASIS
Duinkerkelaan 3,
8660 De Panne, Belgique

8. Changes in our policy

This cookie policy supersedes all previous versions and is correct as of May 25, 2018. We reserve the right to modify and / or update the policy at any time.

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