Cookie Policy

Through this statement, The Baby Cries BV informs its visitors about the use of cookies.

This website is owned by The Baby Cries BV
Geelsebaan 178B
2470 Retie
Belgium
BE 0760.430.807
RPR Ghent
+32497939259
hello@thebabycries.be

During a visit to this website, “cookies” are placed on the hard drive of your computer. A cookie is a text file that is placed by the server of a website in the browser of your computer, tablet or on your mobile device when you consult a website. Cookies cannot be used to identify individuals, a cookie can only identify a machine.

Cookies can be placed by The Baby Cries (first pary cookies) as well as by third parties (third party cookies). Below we explain more about the difference between first party cookies and third party cookies.

‘First party cookies’ are technical cookies that are used by the visited site itself and that aim to make the site function optimally. For example settings that the user has made during previous visits to the site, or for example a pre-filled form with data that the user has made during previous visits.

“Third Party cookies” are cookies that do not come from the website itself, but from third parties, for example an existing marketing or advertising plug-in. You can think of cookies from Facebook and Google Analytics.

You can set your internet browser in such a way that cookies are not accepted, that you receive a warning when a cookie is installed or that the cookies are subsequently removed from your hard drive. You can do this via the settings of your browser (via the help function). Keep in mind that certain graphic elements may not appear correctly, or that you will not be able to use certain applications.

You are not obliged to accept cookies from our website. You can also continue to visit our website if you have disabled cookies. In the latter case it is possible that the website does not work properly.

Depending on the type of browser you use, you can disable cookies if you do not want our website to use cookies on your computer or mobile device.