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At COVERED, we handle your registration data with great care. We manage this data ourselves and never provide it to third parties without your explicit consent. In the case of an order, your address details will be shared with the distributor, as they naturally need to know where you live. 


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New legislation regarding the use of cookies on websites came into effect on June 5, 2018. These rules are included in Article 11.7a of the Telecommunications Act (Tw) and also relate to your privacy. Because your privacy is of great importance to us, we would like to inform you about this subject. 

It is important to note that even for involved parties, it is not yet entirely clear how this new regulation will work in practice. COVERED closely monitors developments and will do everything possible to comply with the new cookie rules. 

We strive to inform you as openly and comprehensively as possible about the cookies we use on We use cookies to improve your user experience on our website and to tailor advertisements to your interests. Below you will find more information about cookies, their purposes, and how you can sign out of cookies if desired. Through this page, we will keep you informed of any developments regarding cookies.


What are cookies? 

Cookies are small text files placed on a computer, phone, or tablet. When opening a web page, these cookies are read by the browser (such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox). The creator of a cookie determines what information is placed in that cookie. 

As long as you, as a user, do not enter personal data on the visited site, the cookie cannot contain this information either. There are direct and indirect cookies, also called first-party and third-party cookies. Cookies themselves are not dangerous; they are not computer programs and cannot be used to spread computer viruses. 

Types of cookies 

- First-party cookie 

A first-party (direct) cookie is placed by the website you visit. These cookies serve various purposes, such as remembering your login name and items you have placed in a shopping cart. 

- Third-party cookie 

A third-party cookie tracks a user across different websites and can thus build a user profile. These cookies are often used for targeted online advertising. An advertising network then places a cookie on your device via a third-party site. This cookie can be read by the network on various websites within that advertising network. 

Sharing with social media networks 

You have probably noticed that companies place cookies on your computer, tablet, or phone. This happens, for example, when you share products or content from a site via social networking sites such as Twitter or Facebook. For more information about this, you can visit: 


What happens if I sign out of cookies? 

If you choose to disable all cookies from, you will not be able to place an order on our website. However, you can still browse the webshop. By disabling Flash cookies, you may not be able to view some Flash banners or videos. 


How can I sign out of cookies? 

You can manage the cookies allowed on your computer via the internet browser you are using. Here you can also set that you want to receive a notification when a cookie is offered. Below, we explain how to manage cookies in the most popular internet browsers: 

Find out which internet browser you are using: 

On your PC: click 'Help' at the top of your browser and choose 'About' 

On an Apple Mac: click the Apple menu and choose 'About' (make sure the browser is open). 

Opt-out of cookies in Internet Explorer: 

Choose 'Extras' 

Click on 'Internet Options' 

Go to the 'Privacy' tab 

Adjust the settings with the slider 

For more detailed privacy settings, click 'Advanced' or visit 

Opt-out of cookies in Safari: 

Choose 'Preferences' in the Safari menu 

Select 'Security' 

Adjust the cookie settings 

More information can be found at: 

Opt-out of cookies in Google Chrome: 

Click on the 'Extra' menu 

Select 'Clear browsing data' 

Choose 'Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data' 

More information can be found at: 

Opt-out of cookies in Mozilla Firefox: 

Click on 'Menu' and then on 'Options' 

Select 'Privacy' 

Click on 'Cookies' 

Adjust your settings 

More information can be found at: 

Opt-out of Flash cookies 

If you want to manage Flash cookies on your computer, the Adobe website offers tools to do so. If you use Mozilla Firefox to surf online, you can use add-ons to delete Flash cookies. 

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