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Dutch Cookie law
The Dutch Cookie legislation came into effect on 5 June 2012. This law provides that users must be asked for their permission before using cookies. This law is controversial because the Netherlands is one of the few countries that require permission beforehand.
This site complies with the Dutch Cookie legislation; we do not install any cookies without receiving permission to do so. We do however install functional cookies that are needed for parts of the website to function. Permission is not required for this.
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