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The cookies we use
||What will be stored
||Who treats the information
||Typical server log information, including:
- URL requested on our domain
- Referring URL
- IP address (anonymized)
- Browser, language, and operating system used
- Browser cookies on our domain
- Time and date
- Typical browser information, such as URL, title, and related metadata.
- We anonymize IP addresses by removing the last octet of an IP address before storage.
- We do not collect personally identifiable information unless you provide it to us.
- For example, when you contact us, you can optionally provide your name and email address for a reply.
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||Hotjar cookie. This session cookie is set to let Hotjar know whether that visitor is included in the sample which is used to generate funnels.
||Tests if the user's browser supports cookies, on behalf of Google Inc. Advertising platform DoubleClick.
||DoubleClick, Google Inc.
|Google Analytics cookies to us understand how you engage and interact with our website, including how you came to our website, which pages you visited, for how long and what you clicked on and your location (based on your IP address)
||Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real-time bidding from third party advertisers.
|Used by LinkedIn to collect information about Browser, language and ad analytics
Information collected through cookies and web beacons will not inform us or any third party of any personal information such as your name or contact information. Third party advertisers may also use technology to measure the performance of their ads. For this purpose, they can use a trace (one-pixel GIF file) that is placed on our website to collect anonymous data. After receiving anonymous information about visits by users, these and other websites allow advertisers to design ads for products and services that may interest the user.
This site has a Google AdWords cookie which is meant for targeted marketing through a list of users in Google's advertising networks. The user can not be identified on the basis of the information to be included in the cookie. If you wish, you can block a Google AdWords marketing based on user lists here.
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Third-party cookies on our website
The following third parties store the following cookies on this website:
- Google Analytics (provided by Google Inc.) to enable us (a) to perform statistical analyses of e.g. number of visitors, information on location, and the like to learn about our visitors and (b) to improve the website friendliness and usability, e.g. on the basis of website traffic measurements
- Facebook (provided by Facebook, Inc.) to identify users logged in to Facebook for the purpose of sharing content on Facebook (only when you are logged in to Facebook when visiting our website and only when clicking the Facebook button)
- LinkedIn (provided by LinkedIn Corp.) to enable the “follow” and “share” features of LinkedIn (only when you are logged in to LinkedIn when visiting our website and only when clicking the LinkedIn button).
- Twitter (provided by Twitter Inc.) to enable the “follow” and “share” features of Twitter (only when you are logged in to Twitter when visiting our website and only when clicking the Twitter button).
- Youtube (provided by Google) to store session preferences (e.g. language) and suggest other content based on your previous uses.
- Google PPC (provided by Google Inc.) for display advertising purposes.
This site uses also Hotjar website analysis tool, which shows how visitors are using the site in heatmaps or visitor recordings.
Hotjar´s Visitor Privacy statement:
- Site visitors are assigned a unique user identifier, UUID, so that Hotjar can keep track of returning visitors without relying on any personal information, such as the IP address.
- IP addresses of visitors are always anonymized before being stored. We set the last octet of IPv4 addresses, all connections to Hotjar are made via IPv4, to 0 to ensure the full IP address is never written to disk. For example, if a visitor's IP address is 220.127.116.11, it will be stored as 18.104.22.168. The first three octets of the IP address are only used to determine the geographic location of the visitor.
- When collecting data with Recordings, Hotjar automatically suppresses keystroke data on password fields, as well as when we detect a credit card number being entered into an input field. We also offer the ability to manually suppress data on specific input fields or on-page text containing email addresses/numbers. In both cases, the data is suppressed client-side, the visitor’s browser, which means it never reaches our servers.
- Read more here.