Cookies on Seneca.eu

The Seneca website contains cookies. A cookie is a small digital file that the web browser is created or modified on the hard disk of your computer during the visit to the website. Cookies are not harmful and are used by many websites. For example, to save your preferences or to collect statistical information.

Which cookies does Seneca.eu use?

Cookies are available in four categories. The cookies that are used on the Seneca website are listed below per category:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
    Below we share cookies that are set by the web server and the CMS Smartsite, among other things to log in to the customer portal. The tracking of 'first-party' statistics with the CMS module SMI also falls under this category.

  • Functional cookies
    These are used for your ease of use on the website, for example for the desired font size.

  • Performance cookies
    Performance cookies provide information about the use of the site. Seneca.eu does not use performance cookies.

  • Online advertising cookies
    Online advertising cookies do not appear on Seneca.eu. These types of cookies are usually used for targeted advertising, but Seneca does not use them.