1. Why this cookie policy?

Our website, available at (hereinafter: the "Website"), uses cookies. We, Paul Rogers, with enterprise number BE0720856587 and registered office at Kapellestraat 10, 9790 Wortegem-Petegem, Belgium (hereinafter also "we," "us," or "our"), are responsible for the use of these cookies and the processing of your data via or in connection with cookies on our Website.

You can contact us via email at

This cookie policy informs you about the use and purpose of cookies on our Website. This policy is made available to you electronically and can be consulted at any time under the 'Cookie Policy' section on our Website. We reserve the right to change this cookie policy at any time. Changes will be announced on the Website.

2. What are cookies and what are they for?

Cookies are small data files stored by the browser on the hard drive of your computer or device when you visit and/or consult a website or use a (mobile) application, allowing certain user information to be stored. Cookie files contain unique codes that, for example, enable your browser to recognize you during your visit to the website, thereby enhancing your user experience. Cookies facilitate interaction between the visitor and a website and are used to improve the user experience and collect statistics among the visitors of a website. Cookies also ensure that your personal settings and preferences are stored or that audio and visual material can be played. Certain cookies may be placed by a third party to measure the use of a website.

Cookies can help us improve your experience with our website and ensure that it performs optimally as you expect. For example, we can enhance your experience with the use of a website by tracking your usage, allowing it to be improved to meet your needs. We can also ensure that online ads you see are more relevant to you and your interests.

3. Enable and disable cookies – manage

You can change your preferences through your browser at any time by following the instructions on the links below, depending on your browser:

The use of cookies can be disabled. Through your browser, you can automatically or manually delete cookies and indicate whether certain cookies may be placed or not. You can also configure your browser to notify you when a cookie is placed.

However, if you disable cookies, it is possible that the Website may not function correctly, or certain (graphic) elements or applications on the Website may function less well or not at all.

4. Consent

For the placement and consultation of cookies on your end device through the Website, your consent is required unless it concerns the technical storage of information or the delivery of a service expressly requested by you, in which case the placement of a cookie is strictly necessary.

For functional or essential cookies, your consent is not required.

Your consent is required for non-functional or non-essential cookies. Your consent must:

  1. Be obtained before the cookies are placed. If your consent is not given, no cookies may be placed.
  2. Be informed, which is why we inform you about the different cookies through this policy.
  3. Be explicit and active. Your consent is obtained by ticking the boxes in the cookie banner on our Website.
  4. Be specific, and thus obtained per cookie or per category of cookie.

Functional or essential cookies are necessary for the optimal functioning of our Website, to display certain graphic elements, etc. These cookies are technically necessary for the proper operation and security of the Website. Therefore, they are placed without your consent as they are within our legitimate interests, provided they outweigh your (privacy) rights and interests.

Non-functional or non-essential cookies, on the other hand, are placed for statistical, social, and/or commercial purposes and are independent of the technical operation or support of our Website. These may include the following types of cookies:

  1. Analytical cookies: used to compile statistics on the number of visitors to the Website, popular web pages, etc.
  2. Marketing cookies: personalize the online advertising offer.
  3. Social media cookies: provide the ability to include buttons from social networking sites.

If you have given consent to use non-functional cookies through our Website, you can change this setting at any time and withdraw your consent.

You can withdraw your consent for our cookies at any time, even if you have previously given consent. However, please note that if you do not agree to some of our cookies, the user experience may be affected.

5. Third-party cookies

Our Website uses first-party cookies (direct cookies) that are placed directly by our Website, as well as third-party cookies whose services are used (can be used) on the Website (third-party cookies) and are placed by a domain different from our Website's domain. This is also indicated in the second column of the table under Article 6.2 below.

First-party cookies do not involve the transfer of personal data to third parties but may involve the use of a third-party processor, for example, for compiling statistics. Your consent is also required for placing, for instance, first-party analytical cookies.

Third-party cookies may facilitate the transmission of personal data to third parties either directly (e.g., through an active component linked to a banner or a spy pixel) or indirectly by placing cookies accessible to websites other than those of the advertiser.

For example, we use Google Analytics to gather information about how you use our Website. We use this information to compile reports and help us improve the Website.

Google Analytics stores information about:

  • The pages you visit.
  • The time you spend on each page.
  • How you came to the site.
  • What you click on while visiting the site.

These securely stored cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected by these cookies is completely anonymous. We use such information solely to enhance our Website.


6. The cookies on our website

The following table provides an overview of the cookies used on our Website, why we use them, and their sources. We also indicate whether a cookie is a 'persistent' or 'session' cookie. The difference is that:

  • Persistent cookies remain on your device between browser sessions. They are activated each time you visit the website that created that specific cookie. For example, if a 'persistent cookie' is used on a website to remember your language preference, you do not have to choose that language every time you visit the website.

  • Session cookies allow us to link a user's actions during a browsing session. A browsing session begins when you open the browser window and ends when you close the browser window. Session cookies are created temporarily. After you close the browser, all session cookies are deleted.

The following cookies may be used on our website:

Necessary Cookies:

NameProviderPurposeData RetentionType

pr_living_sessionpaulrogers.beIn Laravel, the session cookie is used to maintain stateful information between HTTP requests.SessionHTTP Cookie

referrerpaulrogers.beStores data on which websites the user has visited.7 daysHTTP Cookie

XSRF-TOKENpaulrogers.beEnsures visitor browsing security by preventing cross-site request forgery.1 dayHTTP Cookie

localepaulrogers.beDetermines the preferred language and country-setting of the visitor.400 daysHTTP Cookie


Statistical Cookies:

Used by Google Tag Manager to manage the loading of a Google Analytics script tag.

NameProviderPurposeData RetentionType

_dc_gtm_UA-#GoogleUsed by Google Tag Manager to manage the loading of a Google Analytics script tag.1 dayHTTP Cookie

_gaGoogleRegisters a unique ID used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.2 yearsHTTP Cookie

ga#GoogleUsed by Google Analytics to collect data on the number of times a user has visited the website, as well as data from the first and most recent visit.2 yearsHTTP Cookie

_gidGoogleRegisters a unique ID used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.1 dayHTTP Cookie

collectGoogleUsed to send data about the visitor's device and behavior to Google Analytics. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.SessionPixel Tracker

tdGoogleRegisters statistical data about users' behavior on the website. Used for internal analysis by the website administrator.SessionPixel Tracker

Please note that the information about the cookies' data retention and types are provided in the table.