Cookie statement

1. Parties

In this Cookie Statement, the following should be understood as:

  • “Proxyclick”: Proxyclick SPRL, a private limited liability company founded in 2004, organized under the laws of Belgium, having its registered office at Rue Saint-Hubert 17, B‐1150 Brussels, Belgium, and listed in the Central Databank for Enterprises under number 0863.261.693 (hereinafter also referred to as “we”, “us” or “our”).
  • “Visitor” or “user”: the individual who visits the Proxyclick website or makes use of a Proxyclick service (hereinafter joinly referred to as “you” or “your”).
  • “Telecommunication Act”: the Act pertaining to various provisions regarding electronic means of communication (URL). This Act transposes into Belgian law the provisions of European Directives 2009/136/EC (URL) and 2009/140/EC (URL).
  • “Electronic Communications Act”: implementation of Telecommunications Act in Section 129 of the Electronic Communications Act of 13 June 2005 (URL).

2. Definition of cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data or text files sent from a website and stored on your local computer while you are browsing that website. Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes that cookie.

Such cookies may have different purposes. There are technical (functionality) cookies, which allow websites to remember the choices you have made (such as language settings) and to provide enhanced features. Session (temporary) cookies allow website operators to link the actions of a user during a browser session. Finally, tracking cookies collect information about how our website is used for managing its performance and design (analytical cookies analyse and record the behaviour you adopt on the website in order to offer you the best possible experience).

The Belgian Electronic Communications Act (Telecommunications Act conversion) contains a number of provisions about cookies and their use on websites. The Belgian implementation is derived from the European e-Privacy directive, which implies that the use of cookies and cookies legislation is harmonized but regulated slightly differently in each European country.

3. What is the aim of these cookies?

Proxyclick wants to keep you informed about the cookies it uses. Cookies are essential for us in order to optimise your visit to our website or your use of our services. Cookies can remember every technical choice (e.g., a language setting) you have made, and help us offer you more relevant services and suggestions.

If you want to consult the website of Proxyclick or use our services, we recommend enabling cookies. If however, you do not like this, you are free to disable cookies through changing the browser settings (we refer you to Title 5, “How can I manage cookies?”), though this may negatively impact the proper functioning of our website or services or reduce functionalities.

We use cookies both to optimize your experience regarding our website and to help us offer relevant content. Therefore, we guarantee the fact that our cookies are safe. The information that is collected through the use of cookies allows us to detect possible errors and/or demonstrate specific services, which we presume can be useful for you. There is a possibility that we store information that can be directly linked to a user. Some of our cookies may come from carefully selected partners with whom we cooperate and who advertise our services on their website.

4. What type of cookies does Proxyclick use?

In order to visit our website or our services, it is recommended that you enable cookies on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Without enabled cookies, there is a real possibility that we are not able to guarantee an optimized use of our website or our services.

If, however, you feel the urgent need to restrict, block or remove cookies of Proxyclick, we gladly explain you how to manage your browser settings under Title 6.

5. Proxyclick’s cookie use table

  • Cookie Name: _utma _utmb _utmc _utmz
  • Domain: and
  • Nature of cookie: _utma is a persistent cookie. _utmb and _utmc are session cookies that last for a maximum of 30 minutes. _utmz is a persistent cookie that lasts for six months.
  • First or third party: these are third party cookies that are placed on your device to allow us to use the Google Analytics service.
  • Purpose: These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website.  We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website.  The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come to the website from, and the pages they visited.  Further information is available about these cookies here:

  • Cookie Name: _cfduid
  • Domain:
  • Nature: _cfduid is a persistent cookie.
  • First or third Party: This is a third party cookie that is placed on your device to allow us to use the Intercom service.
  • Purpose: This cookie is used by Intercom to identify settings required by their content distribution service. Further information is available about this cookies here:

  • Cookie Name: CFTOKEN/CFID
  • Domain: et
  • Nature: These are persistent cookies.
  • First or third Party: These are cookies placed on your device by us.
  • Purpose: These cookies are used to store information, which is set by the server to maintain a user”s session whilst they are on the site. They give you a unique ID for the duration of your session on the website, in order to track your path through the website and helps the website perform to the best of its ability. These cookies do not hold any personally identifiable information.

  • Cookie Name: JSESSIONID
  • Domain:
  • Nature: JESSIONID is a functional (session) cookie that lasts until the end of the session and is flushed when the user exits browser.
  • First or third Party: This is a cookie placed on your device by us.
  • Purpose: This is an improved and more secure version of the CFTOKEN/CFID cookies described above. It again gives the user a unique ID for the duration of his session on the website and helps the website operate correctly.

6. How can I manage cookies?

Make sure cookies are enabled in your browser. To enable cookies, follow these steps:

For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0

  • In Internet Explorer, click on “Internet Options” in the “Extra” menu.
  • Under the “Privacy” tab, set the settings to ”low” or “accept all cookies” (any setting above “medium” will disable cookies).
  • Click on “OK”.

For Mozilla Firefox

  • Click on “Firefox” in the top left corner of your browser and then select “Options”.
  • Under the “Privacy” tab, make sure “Tell websites I do not want to be tracked” is not ticked.
  • Click on “OK”.

For Google Chrome

  • Click on “Extra” in the top of your browser window and select “Options”.
  • Under the “Under the Hood” tab, look for “Privacy” and select “Content Settings”.
  • Now select “Allow local data to be set”.

For Safari

  • Click on to “Cog” icon in the top of your browser window and select “Preferences”.
  • Click on “Security” and then tick the option that says: “Block cookies from third parties and advertisers”.
  • Click “Save”.

Should you have any questions or comments about cookies after having read this Cookie Statement, feel free to contact us at