NewMotion uses cookies to recognize you on a subsequent visit to the website. Cookies are pieces of information stored on your computer by your browser. Cookies enable us to collect information about the use of our services and to improve them and to adapt them to your wishes. Our cookies provide information with regard to personal identification. You can set your browser so that you do not receive any cookies.

Using cookies NewMotion can for instance ensure that you do not keep receiving or having to enter the same information on a visit to our site. This makes the use of our website easier for you. Cookies also allow us to see how the website is used and how therefore we can improve it further.

Types of cookies

Cookies that NewMotion uses can be divided into three types:

1. Functional and necessary cookies - Some cookies are indispensable if our website is to work properly. We use these cookies to retain your preferences. They include cookies that are used to keep recognising you once you have registered. In this way you do not have to type in your username and/or password every time you visit and we can be certain that you are entitled to view and modify closed parts of our website, such as your subscription details.

2. Social media and external cookies - When you are logged in on social media websites (Facebook, Google, Hyves, etc.) and have given consent via NewMotion website for this category of cookies, you can use additional functionalities. They include the easy sharing of information via Facebook Like, Google+, Twitter, Hyves Respect, etc. For the cookies that the social media parties place and the possible data that they collect with them, see the statements that these parties give about them. Remember that these statements can change on a regular basis. NewMotion has no influence over them.

3. Optimisation and relevance of cookies - We also use cookies to collect information. This information allows us to see which pages are visited most, which pages are effective and which pages produce error messages. We use this information to optimise the ease of use of the website.


Further information about Google Analytics and Google AdWords

Google Analytics: This function allows us to view information about the use of our websites, including the viewing of pages, the source of the visit and the time spent on our websites. The information is anonymised and presented in statistical form, so that it cannot be traced back to the user. With Google Analytics we can see what content is popular on our websites, so that we are better able to provide users with useful information.

Google AdWords (incl. DoubleClick): This function is used to advertise on third-party websites (including Google) aimed at visitors to our websites. This helps us to offer our products to visitors to our websites on a more focused basis.

Blocking cookies

Cookies can of course also be blocked.Most Internet browsers can be set so that cookies are not accepted or so that you are notified when you receive a cookie. The way in which you can do this depends on the browser you use. You must remember that certain parts of the website may not work or may not work properly if you block cookies and in certain cases access to the website is impossible without them.

You can choose not to allow Google cookies (opt-out) by visiting the Google Ads page:

You can choose not to allow third-party cookies (opt-out) by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative page:


You can choose not to allow DoubleClick cookies (opt-out) by visiting the Google Ads page:

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