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What are cookies?
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Google analytics
MuseumTV would like to know how our visitors use the website, so that we can optimize the use of the website. We use Google Analytics for this. Cookies from Google are therefore placed via this website. Google analyzes the information that is obtained with this for us. This information is anonymised as well as possible. So we cannot trace you personally.

We use these cookies for:

Tracking the number of visitors on our web pages
keeping track of the length of time each visitor spends on our web pages
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assessing which parts of our site need adjustment
optimizing the website
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We would like to make it as easy as possible for you to log in and share messages on this website. This can be done through a number of social media buttons. Most social media channels work with cookies and adhere to the EU-US Privacy Shield.

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We use the buttons for the following social media channels. Read the privacy statements of the respective social media channels to know what they do with the information collected.

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We use the Vimeo services to display our videos on the website. Vimeo tells us more about how you view the videos. For example, how long you watch the video. The data that Vimeo collects cannot be traced in person. Read the Vimeo privacy statement to know what they do with the information collected.

You can sign up for our newsletter. We will send you news by e-mail every week. Every message contains invisible codes. This allows us to keep track of how many people read our newsletter and which messages people click on. We do not look at what exactly interests you. We are only concerned with general information about our newsletter, so that we can make it even more interesting.

We use Hotjar to collect your opinion about the website and to view your behavior on the website. This can be done in various ways, for example heatmaps and clickmaps to see how interesting and relevant a page is, or recordings to analyze whether the page is clear. The data collected by Hotjar have been made anonymous as much as possible and can therefore not be traced in person. The poll is an exception to this. Read more about this in our Privacy policy.

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The mission of MuseumTV is to introduce art and culture to the biggest audience possible. We do this on our joint video on demand platform for Dutch museums. Through our partners we bring the platform to the attention of the Dutch public actively.


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