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Moore Belgium uses a range of cookies. We classify them based on their function. We use these cookies exclusively for the purposes listed below, and not for any other purpose that is incompatible with the original purpose. We have listed the cookies in tables, to be as clear as possible about which cookies we use.
Although we’ve made every effort to create a complete list of the cookies we use, it’s possible that some cookies may be replaced by other cookies which are not listed in the tables below. For this reason, this policy may be amended from time to time.
Functional cookies make your visit to our website easier and more enjoyable. For example, these cookies allow a website or app to remember certain settings, such as your language, layout and colour preferences. We use functional cookies to increase user-friendliness.
We use performance cookies to collect information about how Internet users are using our website (pages visited, average length of the visit, etc.). This helps us improve the general functioning of our website.
Marketing cookies are targeting or advertising cookies that are used to collect information about users’ browsing behaviour. Their purpose is to offer relevant content or ads that may interest the user.
Note: The privacy statements of these third parties are subject to change.
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Note: Many websites do not function properly if cookies are disabled.