Cookie policy

Annual report 2020

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file which may be saved on your computer when you visit a website. This text file contains information such as the language you choose on a website. When you visit that website again, that cookie is sent to that site, so that the website recognises your browser and may know in advance the language you would choose.

Cookies generally have an expiration date. Certain cookies are for instance automatically deleted when you close your browser (session cookie), whereas others can remain much longer in your computer, sometimes until you delete them manually (persistent cookies).

Why do we use cookies?

BIPT, the administrator of the website, uses two types of cookies on annual-report.bipt.be:

  • essential & functional cookies;
  • statistical cookies (Matomo).

To manage the content of its website, BIPT uses the software WordPress, which uses essential & functional cookies and statistical cookies (Matomo).

List of essential cookies

These cookies are necessary for purely technical reasons for a normal visit of the website. Given the technical necessity, an information obligation solely applies, and these cookies are saved from the moment you access the website.

List of statistical cookies

You can accept thos cookies if you want to surf on this website. However, the cookies are not used before you consent to use thos statistical cookies.

How can I see which cookies are saved in my device and how can I delete them?

If you wish to know which cookies have been saved on your device or if you can delete them, you can use a parameter of your browser. You will find more information on how to do it via the following links.

If you use another browser, you can check if the procedure for your browser is mentioned in this explanatory website.