When using this website, Frankly Amsterdam may collect information about your use, for example by means of cookies. A cookie is a small file sent to pages from a website and stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. The cookie allows your browser to be recognized by repeated visits to a website.
Using cookies is very important for running our site well, but cookies that you do not immediately see the impact (like Google Analytics) are very important. Without anonymous input from visitors, we have no idea of the use of the website and how we can improve it.
Cookies are there to remember your preferences and interest in browsing behavior. Cookies are therefore not able to store your name, address, age, and personal interests.
Example: You log in to our website and via a cookie, our system will be notified on your next visit to our website that you are logged in. You do not have to log in again.
For example, you can track how many visitors visit a particular web page, so Frankly Amsterdam can determine which parts of her websites are popular and which pages should be improved.