Visitor data and cookies (cookie law)

In order for this website to work properly, we sometimes have to put small files on your computer, so-called cookies. A cookie is a small text file that a webPlatform stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit a Platform. For example, the webPlatform remembers the pages you have visited and your preferences (such as username, language, font size and other preferences) so that you do not have to enter them every time you visit the Platform. Most major web platforms do this. By continuing to use this web platform, you agree that cookies will be stored on your device and data will be collected with this. Jellow uses the information from these cookies only to analyze and improve the Platform and the services. Jellow will not share this information with third parties.

The following cookies are used by, provided by Jellow Ireland Limited (688678), Independent House, 27-32 Talbot St, Dublin 1, D01 XW65, Ireland.

  • Google Analytics (gatUA-30926823-1, _ga and _gid). See below for more information about our use of Google Analytics.
  • Google Tag Manager: Google Tag Manager cookies enable functionality that helps us provide the core website and services.
  • Hotjar is used by us to analyze how users use the Platform. What do they click on, where do they go to, etc.
  • Jellow (check country and auth). These are the cookies from Jellow itself. Check country stores the country where the user comes from today. Auth is only for Clients to determine whether ‘2 way’ verification should be requested when logging in.

We use cookies to measure how many visitors come to our web platform with Google Analytics. Google Analytics keeps track of which pages you visit, how you got here and basic information about your computer. The information we collect helps us understand which parts of our webPlatform are doing well, how visitors end up on the webPlatform, etc. Like most webPlatforms, we use this information to improve our webPlatform, for you.

You can always check and / or delete cookies. You can read more about this at You can delete all cookies on your computer and you can set your browser to block cookies. This does mean that you will then have to reset your preferences with each visit and that some parts of the webPlatform will not work (properly).

Jellow contains a number of “share / share / like” buttons for social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter). These buttons also place cookies related to their domain.