Version of May 2018
Who is responsible for processing your data?
What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that save your computer or mobile device when you use our online store.
What are the other techniques?
Cookies and other technologies are used in almost all existing websites.
By using cookies and other techniques we ensure, for example, that:
- Surfing at our website is more fun and easier for you;
- At your visit to our website or need to enter the same information;
- We can measure how our website is used and where we can improve this;
- We can show you ads and recommendations based on your interests;
- We can recognize what device you use when you visit us;
- We can (let) register the number of times an ad is displayed to so the ads better on your needs and interests and to prevent you from seeing the same ad.
What cookies do we use? In short:
Functional cookies or necessary cookies
Functional cookies ensure that our website is functioning properly. Consider, for example, features such as the mailing list or contact form.
With analytical cookies, we collect using third-party statistics about the use of our website by the users. To measure Web site usage by our online store we can continue to improve for the benefit of our users.
Social media third-party cookies
Social media cookies are cookies that features social media websites. This includes a YouTube video here at a product, selection of a collection point in Google Maps or a liking for Facebook.
We place ad cookies on our website. In addition, we give third parties the ability to add cookies on our web store. Also, we place advertising cookies on third party websites. The information from these advertising cookies enables us to combine with each other. We do this so that we can track you, according to your online surf, search and buying habits, for relevant possible offers. We also keep tracking which ads you’ve seen, with these advertising cookies.
Website recommendations, preferences and interest cookies
In addition, we combine your online behavior to you in our website to show relevant offers and recommendations, tailored to your preferences.
Functional or necessary cookies
Functional or necessary cookies help the website to function properly. These include:
- The ability to save your login information so you do not have to re-enter it each time;
- An even load on the website, which makes that is functional and accessible sending your message properly through our contact form;
- Detecting possible abuse or possible problems on our website, for example, by successive failed login attempts to register.
- The IP address, which is made anonymously;
- Technical characteristics such as the browser you are using (such as Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox) and the resolution of your computer screen and what device you use;
- When and how long you visit the website or used;
- Which pages you visit.
For example, we use these cookies for:
- Keeping up with the number of visitors to our website;
- Measuring the length of time per visit;
- Determining the order in which a visitor visit the various pages of our website.
Social media third-party cookies
Social media cookies are placed by the social media websites themselves. When you click on a social media button in our shop, this is a social media cookie. The social media party may recognize your IP address at the time that you want to share a page of our online store. For the cookies that the social media parties places and the dates that they collect, we refer to the statements made by these parties on their own websites on the subject. We recommend the following privacy and cookie statements on a regular basis:
- We can track which ads you’ve already seen;
- We can track how many times you have seen an ad;
- We can prevent you getting the same message;
- We can track whether you click on the ads;
- We can track whether you place orders after you have seen or clicked an ad;
- We track your online behavior regardless of which device you use;
- We can combine these characteristics to determine your ad-interest and the ads we present to you on our website and on third-party websites;
Ad networks and media agencies act as intermediary for merchants and advertisers. The advertising cookies these parties make it possible that:
- We can show third-party ads to you;
- Our advertising partners can combine your preferences at sticks-onfire.com with information they gather at your visit to other websites.
For the cookies these parties for advertising purposes, we refer you to the statements on the websites of these parties.
The ads are adapted to your interests and are more often repeated. How you can customize your settings varies between browsers.
Click on one of the icons below to go directly to the manual of your browser or consult the help function of your browser if necessary.
Would you like to turn off cookies from specific parties, you can do so via www.youronlinechoices.com.
Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge:
Click on the Menu icon (icon with 3 lines) right at the top. Click on the icon of the Bell, this is the ‘ history ‘ tab. Click on ‘ All history ‘ clear. Now you can specify what exactly you want to erase. Select at least ‘ Cookies and saved customers data ‘ and then click ‘ clear ‘. At the bottom, you can indicate whether you want to delete them when you quit Microsoft Edge.
Delete cookies in Chrome:
Click on the icon with 3 lines right at the top. Click on ‘ settings ‘ > ‘ History ‘ clear browsing data ‘ > ‘. Take care that ‘ Cookies and other site and plug-in data delete ‘ checked. You can also specify how old the Cookies. Choose ‘ all ‘.
Delete cookies in Firefox:
Click on the icon with 3 lines right at the top. Go to ‘ options ‘ > “Privacy”. Click on ‘ your ‘ clear recent history. Under ‘ Details ‘, you can indicate what exactly you want to erase. Select at least ‘ Cookies ‘. You can also specify how old the Cookies. Choose here on ‘ everything ‘.
Delete cookies in Safari:
Click the top left of the menu bar, click on ‘ Safari ‘ > preferences. Choose the “Privacy” tab at the top of the window. Then click ‘ remove all Website data ‘.
Delete cookies in Internet Explorer:
Click on the icon of a toothed wheel right at the top. Go to the menu “security” > ‘ delete browsing history ‘. Now you can specify what exactly you want to erase. Select at least ‘ Cookies and website data ‘. At the bottom of the window click on “delete.”