April 16, 2018
Which cookies are used on this website and for what purpose?
This cookie statement applies to the websites of the IFFC, namely:
A cookie is a small file containing information that is stored on your computer, tablet or mobile phone during your visit on a website. During a subsequent visit this information can be recognized by the cookie and sometimes by another website. A cookie has a perishable date and after it has expired, it will automatically be deleted from your computer. Cookies cannot spread viruses or damage your device.
Cookies on our websites
Some cookies are necessary for the functioning of the website. These cookies cannot be disabled. To have a correct performance of the website, the cookies "iffc_session" (functional cookie) and "XSFR-TOKEN" (security cookie) are necessary. These cookies have a validity of two hours; after that they are automatically deleted.
Analytical cookies collect information about how visitors use our websites. With this information we can improve our website.
• We have agreed to a processor agreement with Google stating that only Google is allowed to process personal data from our website visitor;
• Google Analytics is not allowed to fully process your IP address;
• Google is not allowed to use collected personal data of website visitors for its own purposes;
• Google is not allowed to use collected personal data of website visitors for advertising purposes.
Via the browser settings on your computer, you can delete stored cookies on your computer and determine under which conditions new cookies may be stored. Where the browser settings can be found depends on the browser you use.
Changes to our websites may result in changing this cookie statement.
Institute for Financial Crime (IFFC)
Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104
2595 AN The Hague
+31 70 204 05 11
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