Cookie Policy

Stone Consulting, headquartered in Oostkamp, is responsible for this cookie policy. For all questions and/or remarks, please contact the e-mail address .

Stone Consulting finds it important that you can view, listen to, read or experience its content via various media platforms at any place and at any time. Stone Consulting also wants to work on interactive services and services tailored to your needs. Techniques are used on the online services to make this possible, for example with the help of cookies and scripts. These techniques are hereinafter referred to as cookies. Stone Consulting would like to inform you which cookies are used and why this happens. Furthermore, it will be explained to what extent you, as a user, can control the use. Stone Consulting would like to guarantee your privacy and the user-friendliness of its online services as much as possible. Stone Consulting has tried to keep this policy as simple as possible.

This cookie policy applies to all online services of Stone Consulting, in particular all websites, (mobile) applications and internet services which Stone Consulting offers and which provide access to Stone Consulting content.

Certain collected data allows you to be identified or to establish a link with you as a natural person. In that case, our privacy policy applies to the processing by cookies.

Stone Consulting can change the cookie policy at any time. This can happen, for example, in the context of changes to its services or the applicable legislation. The amended policy will then be published on the online services and will apply from the moment they are published.

What exactly are cookies?

Cookies are small data or text files that are installed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website or use a (mobile) application. The cookie file contains a unique code with which your browser can be recognised by the website or web application when you visit the online service or during successive, repeated visits. Cookies can be placed by the server of the website or application you visit, but also by third party servers that may or may not work with this website or application.

Cookies generally make interaction between the visitor and the website or application easier and faster and help the visitor navigate between different parts of a website or application.

How can you refuse or manage the use of cookies on Stone Consulting's online services?

You can refuse the installation of cookies via your browser settings. You can also delete the cookies already installed from your computer or mobile device at any time, as follows:

Internet Explorer:

When disabling cookies, you should be aware that certain graphics may not look good, or you may not be able to use certain applications. Below you will find a detailed list of all types of cookies that Stone Consulting uses on its websites.

Cookies Used

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website and our online services. Stone Consulting uses these cookies to guarantee the following functionalities:

  1. the correct functioning of the website;
  2. reading your browser settings in order to be able to display our website optimally on your screen;
  3. a better performance.

No permission is required for the use of these cookies and they cannot be disabled. You can set your browser to block these cookies, but some parts of the website will not work.

  • Name: lang
    Purpose: this session cookie is used to set the correct language for the site.
    Expiry date: end of session 
  • Name: XSRF-TOKS
    Purpose: this cookie is used to protect the website against CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery).
    Expiry date: after 2 hours

Functional cookies

These cookies are necessary for the optimal functioning of the website and our online services.

    Purpose: by default, this session cookie is used by PHP when communicating between the web server and the browser. Each visitor gets a unique and automatic ID from PHP. 
    PHP is a programming language that is used in the communication between your browser and the web server on which this website is published. Without this communication you will not be able to read the website.
    Expiry date: when closing the browser