Cookies are small data or text files that are downloaded on your local computer (or
any device with an Internet access such as a smartphone or table) by a website.
These cookies can have different purposes: there are technical cookies (for example
for language options), session cookise (or temporary cookies) and tracking cookies
(cookies following your behaviour on the webiste in order to give you an optimal
experience). A cookie usualy containsthe name of the website from where it comes,
the "lifetime" of the cookie (i.e. the time during which it will remain on your
device), and a value, usualy a unique number generated through a random process.
The Belgian law includes some provisions regarding cookies and their use on websites.
The amendment of the Belgian law is a follow-up to the online privacy directive,
in each European country.
adapt the site to your interests and needs. Cookies can also speed up your
anonymous, aggregated statistics that help us better understand how visitors
behave on our site, in order to improve its structure and content.
This information does not allow us to identify you personally.
If you want to visit the EXYPE website, it is recommended that you enable cookies.
However, if you do not want to, you always have the option of disabling cookies
(see also the chapter "How to manage my cookies?").
.AspNet.ApplicationCookie – www.exype.be
Purpose of the cookie – manage authentication on the website.
ASP.NET_SessionId – www.exype.be
Purpose of the cookie – gather important data for the use of the site.
Cart – www.exype.be
Purpose of the cookie – remember the content of your purchase cart.
__AntiXsrfToken – www.exype.be
Purpose of the cookie – security of user accounts.
cookiesMessage – www.exype.be
During a visit to the EXYPE site, it is possible that cookies from third-party sites
such as Facebook, Google, Youtube and Google Maps are downloaded. These cookies are
placed by third parties such as Google and Facebook to promote and measure the use
of their services on the EXYPE site.
By setting the preferences of your browser, you can refuse the installation of cookies.
You can also delete cookies from your computer or laptop at any time. You will find on
the website below how to refuse or delete cookies for the most common browsers: