1) Ensure Privacy
4) Monitor visitor behavior
digitallivingtoday.com uses various techniques to keep track of who visits the website, how this visitor behaves on the website and which pages are visited. This is a common way of working for websites because it provides information that contributes to the quality of the user experience. The information that we register via cookies includes IP addresses, the type of browser and the pages visited.
We also monitor where visitors first visit the website and from which page they leave. We keep this information anonymous and is not linked to other personal information.
digitallivingtoday.com places cookies on visitors. We do this to collect information about the pages that users visit on our website, to keep track of how often visitors return and to see which pages are doing well on the website. We also keep track of what information the browser shares.
6) Disable cookies
You can choose to disable cookies. You do this by using the options of your browser. You can find more information about these options on the website of your browser provider.
7) Third Party Cookies
It is possible that third parties, such as Google, advertise on our website or that we use another service. In some cases, these third parties place cookies for this purpose. These cookies cannot be influenced by digitallivingtoday.com.
8) Our advertisers
Several parties advertise on digitallivingtoday.com, all of which place their own cookies.
These advertisers use technology for their ads and the links in their ads that are directly recognized by your browser. Among other things, they use automatic recognition of IP addresses that are sent directly to the advertiser.
10) Google DART cookie
The use of a DART cookie by Google enables advertisements to be displayed on our website. In addition, this cookie is used to display advertisements on other websites. You can choose not to use the DART Cookie anymore. You do this by visiting the following website: DART
11) Information from children
We believe it is important to provide extra protection for children who are active online. We encourage parents and educators to spend time online together. In this way you can see how your children behave online, what they do exactly online and you can help to direct their behavior.
digitallivingtoday.com does not collect information from children under 13 years old. If you find that this rule is being broken by us or our team, please contact us via the contact option above.