Cookie policy

1. Cookies

Cookies are small data or text files that websites and applications place on your local computer. Such cookies can have different purposes: there are technical cookies (e.g. to keep track of language settings), session cookies (temporary cookies that expire after one session) and tracking cookies (cookies that track and track your behaviour on the Internet to provide you with a more optimal user experience).

The Belgian Electronic Communications Act of 13 June 2005 contains certain provisions on cookies and their use on websites. The law is a translation of the European e-Privacy Directive, which means that the cookie legislation can be implemented differently in other European Member States.

iFLUX is based in Belgium and therefore follows the Belgian legislation on cookies.

2. Purpose and use of cookies

iFLUX wants to inform every visitor to the platform/website as well as possible about their rights under the Belgian legislation on cookies, and about which cookies iFLUX uses. By using the platform/website, the visitor agrees to the use of cookies. Cookies help iFLUX to optimize your visit to the platform/website, to remember technical choices (e.g. choice of language, newsletter, etc.) and to show you more relevant services and offers.

If you want to consult the platform/website of iFLUX, it is recommended that the technical settings for cookies are enabled. Without cookies enabled, iFLUX cannot guarantee a smooth visit to the platform/website. If you prefer not to use cookies, you as a visitor are free to disable cookies.

We use cookies to improve your visit to our platform/website. The cookies we use are safe. The information we collect using cookies helps us to identify possible errors or to show you specific services which we think may be of interest to you.

3. Types of cookies used by iFLUX

We distinguish the following types of cookies based on their functions:

Essential/Strictly necessary cookies: 

These cookies are required for the platform/website to function and cannot be disabled in our systems. They are usually only set in response to actions taken by you, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling out forms. They are necessary for good communication and facilitate navigation (e.g. returning to a previous page, etc.).

Non-essential cookies: 

These cookies are not necessary in themselves to enable the platform/website to function, but they do help us to offer an improved and personalized website.

1. Functional cookies:

These cookies enable the platform/website to offer improved functionality and personalisation. They can be set by us or by third party providers whose services we have added to our pages.

2. Analytical cookies:

These cookies allow us to track visits and traffic so that we can measure and improve the performance of our platform/website. They help us know which pages are the most and least popular and how visitors move through the platform/website.

3. Targeting/advertising cookies:

These cookies can be set by our advertising partners via our platform/our website. They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites.

We use, on the one hand, our own cookies and, on the other hand, cookies from carefully selected partners with whom we work. Below you will find a complete list of cookies that may be used on our website/platform at this time or at a later time.

First Party Cookies:
Cookie nameType of cookieStorage period
ASP.NETEssential30 days
ASP.NET MVCEssential30 days
DoubleClick.NetNon-essential – targeting30 days
MailChimpNon-essential – targeting30 days
jQueryNon-essential - functional30 days
jQuery CookieNon-essential - functional30 days
SMTP2GONon-essential - functional30 days
New RelicNon-essential - analytical30 days
PinterestNon-essential - functional30 days
PostmarkNon-essential - functional30 days
Pure ChatNon-essential - analytical30 days
TrustpilotNon-essential - analytical30 days
TypekitEssential30 days
VimeoNon-essential - analytical30 days
YouTubeNon-essential - analytical30 days
Third party cookies: 


Cookie nameType of cookieStorage period
Facebook Custom AudiencesNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook Domain InsightsNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook LikeNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook Like ButtonNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook PixelNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook SDKNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook SignalNon-essential – targeting30 days
Facebook for WebsitesNon-essential – targeting30 days


Cookie nameType of cookieStorage period
GStatic Google Static ContentNon-essential - analytical30 days
Google AnalyticsNon-essential - analytical30 days
Google Conversion TrackingNon-essential - analytical30 days
Google MapsNon-essential - functional30 days
Google Maps APINon-essential - functional30 days
Google Plus One SnippetNon-essential – targeting30 days
Google RemarketingNon-essential – targeting30 days
Google Tag ManagerNon-essential - functional30 days

If you wish to disable specific functionalities in the website, simply contact iFLUX at

Please read our Privacy Policy for more information about the processing of personal data by iFLUX.

4. Management of cookies

Make sure cookies are enabled in your browser. In order to enable cookies, the following operations must be carried out:

When using Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • -    In Internet Explorer, click on 'Internet options' in the 'Tools' menu.

    -    On the 'Privacy' tab, move the settings slider to 'low' or 'accept all cookies' (setting above 'medium' disables cookies).

    -    Click on 'OK'.

When using Mozilla Firefox
  • -    Click on 'Firefox' in the top left corner of your browser and then click on 'Options'.

    -    On the 'Privacy' tab, make sure that the 'Let websites know I don't want to be followed' is not ticked.

    -    Click on 'OK'.

When using Google Chrome
  • -    Click on the three dots next to the browser bar at the top of your browser window and choose 'Options'.

    -    Find the 'Privacy and security' section and click on 'content settings'.

    -    Click on the 'Cookies' option.

    -    Now select 'Allow sites to save and read cookie data'.

When using Safari
  • -    Choose 'Preferences' from the task menu. (The task menu is located at the top right of the Safari window and looks like a cog or click 'Safari' in the extended task menu).

    -    Click on the Privacy tab. Find the section called 'Cookies and other website information'.

    -    Indicates that you accept cookies 

If you want to consult the platform/website of iFLUX, it is recommended that you have cookies enabled. However, if you prefer not to, you as a visitor are free to disable cookies via your browser settings. This can be done in the following ways:

When using Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • -    In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button and select Internet Options.

    -    Select the Privacy tab and under Settings, move the slider up to block all cookies. Click OK.

When using Mozilla Firefox
  • -    Click on the menu button and choose 'Preferences'.

    -    Select the 'Privacy & Security' panel and go to the 'History' section.

    -    In addition to 'Firefox will', set 'Use custom settings for history'.

    -    Set 'Accept third-party cookies' to 'Never'.

    -    Close the 'about: preferences' page. Any changes you've made will be automatically saved.

When using Google Chrome
  • -    Select 'More Settings' from the browser toolbar.

    -    Select 'Advanced' at the bottom of the page.

    -    Under 'Privacy and security', select the option 'Settings for content'.

    -    Select 'Cookies'.

    -    Disable 'Allow sites to store and read cookie data'.

When using Safari
  • -    Choose 'Preferences' from the task menu. (The task menu is located at the top right of the Safari window and looks like a cog or click 'Safari' in the extended task menu).

    -    Click on the Privacy tab. Find the section called 'Cookies and other website information'.

    -    Indicate that you do not accept cookies. 

    Or consult the help function of your internet browser.

5. Rights of visitors 

Since cookies may constitute a processing of personal data, you as a data subject have the right to the lawful and secure processing of personal data. As a data subject, you can exercise the following rights:

  • Right to object: If there are compelling and justified reasons, one can object to the processing of personal data.
  • Right of access: Any data subject who proves his identity has a right of access to the information concerning the existence or non-existence of processing of his personal data, as well as the purposes of such processing, the categories of data concerned by such processing and the categories of recipients to whom the data are disclosed.
  • Right of rectification: Inaccurate or incomplete personal data may be rectified or even erased at any time at the request of the data subject.

These rights are exercised in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in our Privacy Policy. More information about the rights of visitors can also be found in the Privacy Policy. Should you still have questions or comments about cookies after reading this Cookie Policy, you can always contact us via