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Different types of cookies
Brunel distinguishes between strictly necessary cookies, performance cookies, functionality cookies and target-group cookies.
Strictly necessary cookies
Necessary cookies are essential for websites to function and cannot be switched off. If a website visitor blocks cookies via their browser settings, some parts of the website will not function properly.
Performance cookies are analytical tools that enable Brunel to measure website visits. These statistics give us insights into how you use our websites, the information our website visitors are looking for, and which pages are visited the most. We continuously analyze and improve our website to make the experience for visitors as smooth as possible. The statistics that Brunel collects are aggregated and the information is used anonymously. These cookies are traceable to you when you accept cookies, as a link is made between the cookies and the visitor.
The role of functionality cookies is to offer extra functionality and improved personalization – such as your language settings and login details – when you visit a Brunel website. Functionality cookies are set by Brunel. If you do not allow these cookies, some or several of these functions may not work properly.
Target-group cookies are set by the advertisers on our website. These are used to create profiles of visitors to our website and others, based on our visitors’ interests. These cookies work by identifying both your browser and device. If you do not accept these cookies, fewer or no targeted ads will be displayed across other websites when you visit.
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