Cookies – what are cookies?

By cookies we mean any technique that is used to store data on a computer or telephone or tablet or to read data from it. The most well-known cookies are small (text) files that are saved on a server of a webpage when you visit a webpage in your browser and that can be recognized later on. Other types of cookies are Javascripts, web beacons (tags) or device fingerprinting. The cookie allows the website to monitor your actions or preferences for a specific period of time ‘remember’. Most browsers allow cookies. However, users can use their browsers if desired, set them to be rejected or deleted.

More information about cookies and how you can see which cookies are set on a website and how you can manage and delete these at

What types of cookies do we use?

Functional cookies

These cookies are technically necessary for the proper functioning of a website. These cookies for example, ensure that you remain logged in when you use a website. To use these types of cookies we do not need your permission.

Analytical cookies

These cookies are used to analyze the use and users of a website. We use analytical cookies to enhance the design, structure, functionality and / or user experience of a website. MEDonline usually uses Google Analytics for this purpose.

Because of the privacy-friendly settings that we use, your permission for the use of these cookies is not required. Nevertheless, you can unsubscribe from cookies from Google Analytics by installing a Google plug-in (

Third party cookies

The site may contain links to promote or share information via social media networks of third parties, such as Facebook or Twitter, or to provide video material via a service provider of a third party, such as Vimeo or YouTube. These links work by means of a code that is made available by this third party. This code ensures, among other things, the placement of a cookie. We call these types of cookies third party cookies. To use this type of cookies we need your permission. The third parties mentioned above can also use the information collected with their cookies for their own goals. We have no influence on that. Please note that these third parties may have headquarters and other locations in the United States and elsewhere outside the European Economic Area. It could also be that the collected cookies are passed on to other foreign location, for example because their servers are located outside the EEA. For further information about this you can consult the privacy and cookie policy of the third parties.

Cookies we use

MEDonline makes every effort to keep the information about cookies up-to-date but emphasizes that this information can change. Due to the constant renewal of this site, the the changeable nature of the internet and the involvement of third parties cookies, it could be that the information in the table below is not entirely up to date.

Below you can see the cookies we use on

Functional cookies

Analytical cookies

What to do if you do not want cookies in your browser

If you do not want websites to place cookies on your computer, tablet or telephone, you can adjust browser settings so that you receive a warning before cookies are being placed. You can also adjust the settings so that your browser refuses all cookies or only third-party cookies. You can also delete cookies that have already been placed. Keep in mind that you must adjust the settings separately for each browser and computer, tablet or phone which you use. How you can adjust your settings is different per browser. Use the help function of your browser or go to

Please note that if you do not want cookies to be used on our website, we cannot guarantee that our website will still work properly. Possibly some go functions of the site are lost and you may even be unable to see parts of the websites at all.