Cookie policy


1.   What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive by this website and the browser. The information stored in it can be sent back to our servers during your next visit.
They are typically used to keep track of what settings users have selected and what actions they have taken on a site.
Cookies cannot be used to identify individuals; a cookie can only identify a machine. However, personal information that we store about you can potentially be linked to information obtained through cookies.

2.   Responsibility

Geerinckx Consulting Services is a limited liability company with KBO number 0774.870.246 and address at Molenhuizen 31, 3980 Tessenderlo, Belgium and is responsible for the use of cookies on this website. Geerinckx Consulting Services is hereinafter referred to as “Geerinckx Consulting Services”, “we”, “us” or “our”.
For questions regarding this statement, please contact Evelien Geerinckx Photography at or +32 476 01 35 49.

3.   Used cookies and reasons for processing 

Evelien Geerinckx Photography processes the following types of cookies.

  • Necessary technical cookies

    These are cookies that are necessary to use our online services properly. We use these cookies to ensure the following:

  • Save settings for optimal video playback, such as desired buffer size and resolution data for your screen
  • Reading your browser settings to display our website, including the photos and reports, optimally on your screen
  • Load the website evenly, keeping it accessible at all times
  • Letting you comment on our websites and in our apps
  • Keeping items in your shopping cart.

Consent is not required for use of these cookies, and they cannot be disabled.

  • Preference cookies 

These are cookies that remember your choices that you make on the website, so that you don’t have to repeatedly specify them and you can use the website smoothly. They are:

  • Language settings
  • Your region
  • Username and password. 

We do need your permission to track them. We do this through the cookie settings that appear on your screen when you use one of our online services. You can also revoke your consent through the same settings at any time.

  • Performance-/statistical cookies

These collect general information about how our online services are used. This allows us to make statistical analyses, and on the basis of this we can make our online services as user-friendly as possible and improve them. The following information is involved:

  • How you ended up on the website
  • Which (mobile) application you spend the most time on
  • What links you have indicated
  • IP address. 

This data is completely anonymized. Still, we need your permission for this too. We do so, separately for our and others’ cookies, via the cookie settings that appear on your screen when you use one of our online services. You can also withdraw your consent via the same settings at any time.

  • Advertisement- and raccomendational cookies

These track your responses to ads and browsing habits on our and other websites. This allows us, on other websites, and other advertisers, on our site, to display ads that match your personal interests and not show them more often than necessary.
They also help us to provide more targeted recommendations and suggestions when using our online services. For example, these cookies allow us to display the
programs you have already watched do not reappear as suggestions. In this way we hope to bring you into contact with new programs and information that you find fascinating.
However, we will always ask your permission for this, separately for our and others’ cookies. We do this through the cookie settings that appear on your screen when you use one of our online services. You can also withdraw your consent through the same settings at any time].

4.   Third party access 

The cookies used can be either first-party or third-party cookies.

  • First Party Cookies: These are the necessary technical and preference cookies. These are used purely by our site itself to make it function optimally. They are also our own advertising cookies.
  • Third Party Cookies: It is firstly the cookies for statistical data. We use cookies from [Google Analytics. We basically have no influence on how Google handles the data, but this company has at least ensured an appropriate level of protection.

However, because social networking sites are integrated on our website, our website may also contain embedded statistical cookies from these. Through our services are thus collecting information. These include Facebook, Google+, Youtube, LinkedIn and Twitter. We ourselves have no influence on what these social networking sites do with their cookies. For more information, please refer to the statements they make about this on their own websites.
In addition, some companies other than us also place advertising cookies on our site, specifically the third-party companies behind the ads you see on our site].

5.   Duration of preservation

The cookies used can be either permanent cookies or session cookies.

  • Permanent cookies: these remain on your computer or mobile device until they expire or until they are deleted. In principle, they do not remain present for more than 12 months.
  • Session cookies: these remain on your device only until you stop browsing. Thus, necessary technical cookies expire when the browser is closed.

6. How can you change your cookie settings?

If you want to disable or delete certain cookies or change your cookie settings (permissions), please go to cookie settings [FINDINGS].
Please note that web browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. These settings can usually be found in your browser’s Options or Preferences menu. To better understand these settings, the following links may be helpful. If not, you can consult the ‘Help’ function in your browser for more details.

Note: If you set your browser to disable cookies or other technologies, you may not be able to access certain parts of our services and other parts may not work properly.