Cookie statement

Mosa uses cookies to simplify and enhance your visit to mosa.com. These cookies enable Mosa to track your internet activity on, and possibly outside, our website. By continuing to browse through mosa.com, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.


What are cookies?

Cookies are simple text files that are stored on your computer, tablet, or mobile telephone when you visit mosa.com. These cookies contain information about your visit to our website. The text file will then be consulted the next time you visit mosa.com using the same device so that we can recognize you as a returning visitor.

Safe and confidential
The information stored in the cookies will only be used by mosa.com. This data will not be shared with third parties.

Which cookies are used by mosa.com?

Technical (functional) cookies
Functional cookies ensure that mosa.com functions correctly, and include functionalities such as remembering your chosen language. Mosa.com uses the following functional cookies:

Name Purpose Source
Lang-alert-com To remember the language chosen by visitors. Mosa
Concrete5 To recognize visitors. Concrete5

 

Cookies for statistics
Mosa uses analytical cookies to collect statistics on how mosa.com is used. By measuring website use, Mosa can continue to improve its website to benefit its users. Mosa.com uses the following cookies for statistics:

Name Purpose Source
_ga, _gat To collect website statistics. Google Analytics

 

Cookies for social media
Social media cookies are cookies that facilitate the functionalities of social media sites. One example is a YouTube film on mosa.com. Mosa.com uses the following cookies for social media:

Name Purpose Source
_atuvs To play YouTube films. Youtube
_conv_v, bt2,
bi2, loc, uid,
um, uvc, vc
To share pages via social media. Addthis

 

(Tracking) cookies for personal preferences and advertisements
Mosa uses cookies to provide you with a better user experience, completely tailored to your personal preferences. Mosa uses cookies, for instance, to ensure that you do not have to keep receiving or entering the same information repeatedly. Mosa also lets you see advertisements on other websites based on your previous surfing behaviour. To do so, Mosa makes use of various advertising networks, such as Google AdWords and Facebook. Not all advertisements use cookies, however. Even if you disable cookies, you may still see advertisements from Mosa. Mosa.com uses the following tracking cookies:

Name Purpose Source
Hubsportutk _hssc, _hssrc, _hstc To remember personal details and online behaviour in order to personalize the website, online forms, newsletters, and advertisements. Hubspot

If you would prefer not to receive cookies, you can change the cookie settings in your browser at any time.

Browser settings

Change your browser settings if you do not want websites to store cookies on your computer. You will then see a warning before cookies are installed. You can also change your settings so that your browser blocks all cookies or only cookies from third parties. You can also delete the cookies that have already been installed. Remember to change the settings for each individual browser and computer that you use.

We would like to point out that if you do not wish to use cookies, we will be unable to guarantee that mosa.com will function properly. Some of the functions of mosa.com may be lost. In addition, blocking cookies does not mean that you will no longer see advertisements. The advertisements you do see will no longer be tailored to your interests and will be repeated more often.

Changing your browser settings

The steps needed to change your browser settings differ per browser. Click on one of the following links to go straight to the instructions for your browser or go to your browser's help function if necessary.
  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Safari
  • If you want to disable cookies from specific parties, you can do so via youronlinechoices.com.

    Deleting cookies in Internet Explorer
    Go to Tools > Internet Options > General. Then click the Delete button in the Browsing History section. You may not want to delete everything. Just make sure, in any case, that the Cookies box is checked and then click Delete.

    Deleting cookies in Firefox
    Go to Tools > Options > Privacy. Click on Clear recent history. Under Details you can indicate precisely what you want to delete. Just make sure that Cookies is checked. You can also indicate how old the cookies have to be. Select Everything.

    Deleting cookies in Google Chrome
    Click on the three-line icon (Customize and control Google Chrome) at the top right of the screen. Click on Tools > Clear browsing data. Make sure, in any case, that Cookies and other site and plug-in data is checked. You can also indicate how old the cookies have to be. Select Everything.

    Deleting cookies in Safari
    Click on the radar icon at the top right of the screen. Click on Preferences, go to Privacy, and then click on Remove all website data. Confirm the action and wait for confirmation that the cookies have been deleted.