A cookie is a small text file that a web browser saves on a user’s device. Cookies are used, for example, when a web service wants to save a user’s information when the user moves from one page to another (a Cookie).
Below is information on cookies used by Google Analytics and the chat service.
A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser by a website that you visit. It helps the website to remember information about your visit, like your preferred language and other settings. That can make your next visit easier and the site more useful to you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the web would be a much more frustrating experience. *
You can see a list of the types of cookies used by Google:
Kalliolaw Asianajotoimisto Oy – Attorneys-at-Law can obtain information collected by cookies from Google. Kalliolaw Asianajotoimisto Oy – Attorneys-at-Law Kalliolaw can use the information to develop its operations and to market its services.
It is recommended that the user visits the above mentioned Google policies from time to time, as they can be amended.
Information may be stored locally on the user’s device using mechanisms such as cookies, browser web storage (including HTML 5) and application data caches to derive the data specified in this section. The user is advised to follow instructions in its browser to clear these mechanisms from the browser.
The data collected are: Browser type of the visitor, device type of the visitor (e.g. Mac, PC, mobile or not), operating system, part of IP address (unidentifiable), information on moving on the pages based on URL data and time stamps, the URL of the page from which the visitor landed on the page and blacklisted users. The data specified is edited not to contain personal information.
You can find out how the data are used on the chat service provider’s (giosg.com Ltd.) and on Kalliolaw Attorneys-at-Law’s behalf:
- Improving quality of services.
- Keeping the services and integrations safe and secure.
- Troubleshooting and testing.
- Anonymous data are used for data analysis (e.g. industry benchmarking) and research purposes and to develop services and products.
- Trend detection meaning detection of behavior and changes in behavior in using and moving on the pages, used browsers and devices. Trend detection may be also analysed related to the specific industry (e.g. legal services) and related to which type of use leads or does not lead typically to a transaction or contact on the pages.
- User profiling is used to identify the user for the purpose of targeting information and marketing to the user and to personalize the user session.
- Content ranking and recommendations: to optimize the targeting of information and marketing to the user.