Zerocopy Cookie Policy

Version of 25th of March 2018

Zerocopy uses cookies and on its website. Because we want to ensure your privacy and the user-friendliness of your visit(s), we believe it is important that you know how and why we use cookies. Below we give you as much information as possible about the use of these techniques, including cookies by Zerocopy.

Who is responsible for processing your data?

The legal entity behind Zerocopy is Studifix BVBA, a Belgian company registered at Voorzorgsstraat 60, 1000 Brussel, with VAT number 0846.192.267 (RPR Brussels).VAT number. For ease of reference, we will just refer to ourselves as Zerocopy, us, we or our in this privacy policy.

Zerocopy can be reached on the following e-mail address

What are cookies?

Cookies are small, simple text files that are saved on your computer or mobile device when you use our website. There are in addition also cookie-like techniques that the same results are achieved.

What are the other cookie-like techniques?

Web beacons, Local & Session Storage and SDKs are standard internet technologies out there, sometimes used together with cookies, to ensure that a system can collect and then send information. Cookies and other technologies are used in all existing websites. By using cookies and other techniques we ensure, for example, that:

  • Surfing on the website of Zerocopy is more fun and easier for you;
  • We can measure how our website is used and where we can improve;
  • We can show you ads and recommendations based on your interests;
  • We can recognize what device you use when you visit us;
  • We can (have a program) register the number of times an ad is displayed to you, so that the ads are attuned better on our needs and interests and to prevent you from seeing the same ad.

What cookies do we use? In short:

Functional cookies or necessary cookies

Functional cookies ensure that our website is functioning properly. Consider, for example, features such as remembering your preferred language or showing print-points near your location.

Analytical cookies

With analytical cookies we collect statistics about how our website is used, with the help of third party tools. By measuring the visitor’s website use, we can continue to improve our website for the benefit of our users.

Marketing cookies

We place marketing cookies on our website. Third parties may also place cookies for marketing our website. The information from these marketing cookies enables us to combine them with each other. We do this so that we may make your online surf experience as relevant as possible. With this marketing cookies, we also keep track of the ads you’ve seen.

Functional or necessary cookies

Functional or necessary cookies ensure that the website of Zerocopy is functioning properly. These include:

  • Saved browser settings so you can view our website optimally on your screen;
  • The ability to save your login information so you do not have to re-enter it each time;
  • The ability to reply to messages in our website;
  • An even load on the website so that it ensures easy access and continues to work optimally;
  • Detecting possible abuse or possible problems on our website, for example, by registering successive failed login attempts.

Analytical cookies

We use third party cookies on the website for analytical use. These statistics give us insight into how often we are visited and where we can improve our website. So we can continually optimize the experience on our website. The following data is stored:

  • The IP address that is made anonymous;
  • Technical characteristics, such as the browser you are using (such as Chrome, Safari or Firefox), the resolution of your computer screen, your language preference and which device you are using;
  • From which page on the website you have come;
  • When and how long you visit the website;
  • Which pages you visit on our website

For example, we use cookies to:

  • To keep track of the number of visitors to our website;
  • To measure how long the visit takes;
  • To control the order in which a visitor visit the various pages of our website.

Marketing cookies

In our website you see recommendations, promotions and advertisements of ourselves and of third parties. Also you can encounter our ads on third party websites. To ensure these recommendations, promotions and ads are relevant, we use cookies. These marketing cookies make it possible that:

  • We can track which ads you’ve already seen;
  • We can track how many times you have seen an ad;
  • We can prevent you from seeing the same advertisement over and over;
  • We can track whether you click on the ads;

Ad networks and media agencies act as intermediary for merchants and advertisers. The marketing cookies from these parties make it possible that:

  • We can show third-party ads to you;
  • our advertising partners can combine your preferences at Zerocopy with information they gather at your visit to other websites.

For the cookies these parties use for marketing purposes, we refer you to the statements on the websites of these parties. Because the statements can change regularly, we recommend you to read these privacy and cookie statements frequently. The following parties post on our website or use cookies and/or other 

We only make use of marketing cookies if you consent. If you give no permission then the ads are still there, but the ads shown will be random ads. 

Browser settings

If you don’t want that Web sites can store cookies on your computer, you can adjust your browser settings. You will receive a warning before cookies are being posted. You can also customize your settings so that your browser refuses all cookies or only third party cookies. Also you can remove cookies that have already been posted. Please note that you must adjust the settings separately for each browser on each device that you use. We want to remind you that if you do not want to use cookies, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that our website is working properly. It may be that some features of the website are lost or that you no longer can see certain pages at all. In addition, rejecting cookies does not mean that you will not see any ads. The ads are just not adapted to your interests and are repeated more often. How you can customize your settings varies between browsers. Click on the links below to go directly to the manual of your browser or consult the help function of your browser if necessary.

If you would like to turn off cookies from specific parties, you can do so via

Delete cookie history

If you want to delete your cookie history, you can do so for the different browsers in the following way.

Delete cookies in Chrome:

  • Click on the 3 dots, top right. Click more tools> clear browsing data.
  • In the menu ‘ clear browsing data ‘ you have at the top of the option to erase browsing data starting from the first use to only the last hour. Below that you choose which items you want to delete. Check in each case ‘ Cookies and other site and plug-in data ‘.
  • Press the button ‘ clear browsing data ‘.

Delete cookies in Safari:

  • Open Safari and go to Safari Preferences > > Privacy > Saved cookies and delete data > data administration Web site > remove everything.

Delete cookies in Firefox:

  • Click on the 3 dashes at the top right, click on Options > Privacy > remove individual cookies.
  • Click on ‘ remove all ‘.

Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge:

  • Click on the 3 dots in the upper right corner > settings. Click ‘ clear browsing data ‘ option under the ‘ choose what you want to erase.
  • Select the cookies (pre-selected) > press the clear button.

Delete cookies in Internet Explorer:

  • Click on the gear in the top right > > select Internet Options General tab. Under ‘ browsing history ‘, click on “delete.”
  • You don’t want to delete everything? Select at least ‘ Cookies and Website data ‘ and then click ‘ remove ‘.

Our Cookies Overview

Functional cookies help the website function properly.


Purpose description



Remembers your preferred language for the website.

No expiration.


Contains Security information.

Expires after every session.


Used by the widget, used to access their server.

Expires after one day


Integration with our partner Mixpanel to analyze the usage of our website by our users. The XXX is a random identifier for each user.

Expires after one year.


save information about your preferences for cookies.

No expiration.


Identify whether user is accessing Zerocopy through Facebook.

Expires upon logout.

Name: uid

Registers a unique user ID that recognises the user’s browser when visiting websites that use the same ad network. The purpose is to optimise display of ads based on the user’s movements and various ad providers’ bids for displaying user ads.

Expires in 2 months.