The way responsible and ethical web developers deal with privacy issues caused by cookie tracking is by including clear descriptions of how cookies are deployed on their site (informed consent). The cookies our website uses falls into the following three categories:
These cookies may store your browser name, the type of computer and technical information about your means of connection to our website, such as the operating system and the Internet Service Providers utilized and other similar information. Fourthline uses this information to technically facilitate the visitors of this website. In addition, functional cookies may be used to store personal settings, such as language or to log your information for next visits to save you the trouble of having to change these every time you enter our website. To conclude, our website could not work properly without these cookies.
This website contains cookies from third-party websites, mainly social media cookies. When placed on your computer, they automatically activate handy extras, for example, to share information on LinkedIn or HubSpot. These cookies inform our website whether you are logged into such social media and they also make it easy for you to share pages on social media or to display social content about a topic (content timeline LinkedIn, for instance). If you would like to know more about how these social media platforms use data, please refer to the privacy notices of these platforms. When visiting this website, Fourthline will ask for your consent to use these cookies. In other words, we only place advertising, marketing and social media cookies if you gave us your permission to do this.
To see what cookies have been set and how to manage, block and/or delete them, please read this subsection on how you object to cookies. If you do not want to have cookies stored on your computer or want to remove cookies that have already been stored, you can change settings, at any time on this website by clicking the change cookie settings on the cookie button on the homepage. Another option is to arrange the settings (privacy & security) in your web browser. This so-called “Do Not Track” is a function that allows visitors not to be tracked by websites.Do Not Track options are available in several browsers including:
The advantage of this method is that consumers are less likely to be confronted with cookie banners (a pop-up that appears when a visitor comes to a website), which improves your browsing experience.