1. What Are Cookies and Why They Are Used?
Cookies are used to speed up, analyze and develop our site and services by storing user information and targeting the site to the user. We work with advertisers to get the most out of advertising to the user. Cookies allow us to show ads, for example, based on the pages the user visited earlier. We help our advertisers to target their ads to users who have, for example, visited our advertiser’s website.
2. The Types of Cookies
We use two types of cookies: First-party cookies (created by a website that a user views directly) and third-party cookies (cookies created by other sites).
2.1 First-Party Cookies
First-party cookies enable the site functionality. They also include web analytics cookies that provide information on how visitors use the site to develop web services.
2.2 Third-Party Cookies
By third-party cookies we mean cookies placed by third parties, such as our ad network. These so called third parties may place their cookies on the user’s browser when the user visits our services, for example, in order to offer targeted digital advertisements to the user, or to compile statistics about the number of visitors on different sites.
2.3 Social Plugins
In addition, our services may contain social plugins to share website content on social media. These sites may place their own cookies in accordance with their privacy terms. See, for example, the following documents on processing of personal data:
Facebook Data Policy (https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation)
3. Cookies We Use
Types of cookies
Enable site functionality.
In practice, these cookies will take care that it is possible to remember your information, even if you continue browsing.
Product development and business reporting
Improvement of site and application experience, as well as reporting for decision-making in business.
These cookies allow us to determine which of our services are popular and which services are most used. With this data, we can improve our services and also correct errors in them.
Allows reporting to advertisers about how often the ad has been seen, or whether the user has clicked on the ad.
With these cookies, we are able to report to our customers who have purchased ads how advertising has performed and whether our users have clicked on ads. In addition, we can use these cookies in order to ensure we don’t show same users the same ads multiple times.
Site-based targeting and third-party site targeting.
With these cookies, we strive to ensure that our users see the most relevant and interesting advertising.
4. How Can I Influence The Information Collected Through Cookies?
4.1 Clear Cookies from Your Browser
Emptying cookies from your browser at regularly allows you to change the tag for a profile based on identified behavior. This does not stop the collection of data or the targeting of digital advertising, but resets targeting based on previous behavioral data. See browser-specific links on cookies:
Internet Explorer – https://support.microsoft.com/en-GB/kb/278835
Chrome – https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en-GB
Firefox – https://support.mozilla.org/en-GB/kb/delete-browsing-search-download-history-firefox
Safari – https://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042?locale=en-GB
Opera – http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials
4.2 Blocking Cookies
Restricting cookies may affect the functionality of a website.
4.3 Prevent Targeting of Third-party Advertising
You can block all or part of your third-party advertising targeting through the Your Online Choices site (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/information-business-based-advertising). After blocking, your ads will appear, but advertising will not be chosen according to your interests.
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