Our use of “cookies” Cookies are pieces of information that your browser stores on the hard disk of your computer and that identifies you when you log in again. We only use cookies to give you a “quick start” when you visit our site again. Our cookies are innocent and safe!

The webmaster of this site guarantees that the site has no bad intentions and is only intended to provide information.

First-party cookiesCookies that you get for the same domain that you visit are called first-party cookies. When viewing this page, Jollyray cookies are first-party cookies.

Third-party cookies

It is also possible that a website contains elements from third parties. Well-known examples are embedded videos, advertisements and social media buttons. If cookies are sent with these elements from their own servers, they are called third-party cookies. It is therefore possible that when you visit our website you get third-party cookies for, and other third-party websites.

If such cookies are not used you will, by the way, still see advertisements. Indeed, there are also advertisements shown that do not use cookies.

The cookies enable that:

  • it is possible to keep track of which advertisements you have already seen in order to prevent you from seeing the same advertisement
  • the amount of unique visitors can be tracked by clicking on the advertisement
  • Targeted advertisements can be shown (for example: a youth product at a youths website)

Due to the operation of HTTP and the security of cookies, it is not possible for the relevant first party – in our example Jollyray – to influence the sending of third-party cookies.

What are cookies used for on our site?

With cookies it is possible to retrieve information from previous visits with revisits. In practice, this is used to keep track of the fact that you are logged in, that you have made certain settings and that you have seen certain site elements before. Cookies that adapt the functioning of the site to your wishes are called functional cookies.

In addition, cookies can also be used to let the site know that a visitor has been to the site before. In this way, statistics about the use of the website can be collected. A well-known example of this is Google Analytics. Google Analytics uses anonymised statistical information that is used by us to analyze and improve the operation of the site. Information about your visit behavior can also be used to match advertisements to your interests. Jollyray uses only anonymised information about pages that you have previously visited on Jollyray.

The visitor profiles that Jollyray composes using first-party cookies will never be shared with third parties and will only be used to improve the quality and relevance of our website.

Which cookies does Jollyray use?

Tracking cookies

Tracking cookies are placed on your equipment by us, so that we can recognize your computer when you visit us again. There are two types of tracking cookies: session cookies and permanent cookies. With session cookies we can see which parts of the website were viewed during a visit on your computer. With permanent cookies we can recognize your computer if you visit our website again later.

Tracking cookies with our advertisements

With tracking cookies, we collect information about where you have seen the advertisements and which advertisements you have clicked on.


Cookies are placed on our website by the companies Adobe and Google. We use these cookies to get more insight into the use of our website, so that we can improve our website.

Social media buttons

On our website you will find buttons to promote web pages on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Linkedin. These buttons work through parts of certain codes that come from these social networks themselves. Cookies are placed through this code. We have no influence on that.

Other/ unforeseen cookies

Because of the way in which the internet and websites work, it may be possible that we do not always have insight into the cookies that third parties place via our website. This is especially the case when our web pages contain so-called ’embedded elements’, such as texts, documents, images or videos that are stored with another party, but which are displayed on, in or via our website.

Do you see cookies on our website that belong to this category (and we have not mentioned it above)? Let us know or contact the third party concerned directly and ask which cookies they have placed, the reason for placement, the lifetime of the cookie(s) and how your privacy is guaranteed


This overview of cookies on this website is a snapshot. We strive to keep this list as updated as possible. Due to the non-static nature of the internet and the many involved (external) parties, however, it is possible that not all current cookies and / or sites can be found immediately in this overview.

Which cookies can others place when visiting Jollyray?

Users can leave comments under articles, as well as events in our calendar and messages in our WIRE. With each of these activities, users can record images and videos from third parties if desired. 3rd-party cookies can be placed for each of those images and videos, without the knowledge and co-operation of Jollyray.

Jollyray also places third-party content regularly. For example, in case of the various social media buttons that make it possible to share messages on Jollyray via Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Cookies are also used when serving advertisements. These cookies are used to measure how often an advertisement is shown and what interactions are done on or with the advertisement, such as clicking on a banner. By placing such cookies, we can also use a so-called frequency cap; this cap ensures that you come in touch with a particular advertisement a few times and thus, for example, you do not see the same video ad repeatedly before starting a video.

Furthermore, advertisers often use a media agency to deliver the campaign for them. In these cases, the media agency often also places cookies to measure and optimize campaigns.

How can I refuse cookies?

Without cookies it is almost impossible for us to give you the best experience when visiting the site. This has to do with analyzing the web statistics to determine how the site should look and navigate, but also to determine which content is popular and which content is not read by our visitors

In addition, as said, we also need cookies to serve advertisements. Without advertising income, it is not possible to further develop the site and to keep the free access.

How can I delete cookies?

Delete cookies in Internet Explorer

  1. Go to the Tools menu > Internet Options > General tab. Under the Browse history, click Delete.
  2. You may not want to delete everything. Make sure that in any case the Cookies are marked and click on Delete.

Delete cookies in Firefox

  1. Go to Tools > Options > Privacy tab. Click on Clear your recent history.
  2. Below Details you can indicate exactly what you want to delete. Mark in any case the Cookies. You can also indicate how old the cookies should be. Select All.

Delete cookies in Chrome

  1. Click on the three lines at the top right. Click Options > Advanced Options tab. Below Privacy, click on Clear browsing data …
  2. Make sure in any case that Delete cookies and other site data is marked. You can also indicate how old the cookies should be. Select All.

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