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Cookies policy

1. What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on your phone, computer or other digital device device when you visit the site. Every time you visit Protect Children’s website, you will be asked to accept or refuse cookies. Necessary cookies, which are necessary for ensuring the functionality of our website, are turned on by default. Find more information about how to manage your cookie settings in “3. Managing your cookie settings”.

 

Cookies differ based on the scope and duration of their performance. 

  • First party cookies are cookies set by the specific website, and can only be read by that website. A website may also use external services, which set their own cookies, known as third-party cookies.

  • Unlike a session cookie, persistent cookies are cookies which are saved on your computer, not being automatically deleted when the browser is quit.

2. Types of cookies which may be used on our website & purposes for their use

Protect Children mainly uses session, first party cookies. We however use Google Analytics as a form of analytical cookie, for aggregated, anonymized website analysis. These cookies contain no personal data. Listed below are cookies which are used, or may be used on our website. For more detailed information about the cookies used on this Wix website and their technical features, please visit Wix Cookies.

 

2.1 Necessary cookies

We use necessary cookies to ensure the functionality of our website, e.g. its security. Necessary cookies cannot be switched off.

 

2.2 Marketing cookies 

We may use marketing cookies to track the efficiency of marketing and to offer personalised advertising.

 

2.3 Functional cookies

We may use functionality cookies which make it possible to operate a site in accordance with choices made by the user, e,g, language preferences. Functionality cookies make it possible to ensure a more personalised experience on the website, and remove the necessity to e.g. provide the same preference information repeatedly while visiting the site.

 

2.4 Analytical cookies

We use analytical cookies which enable us to collect anonymised data for statistical purposes on how visitors use our website and to detect any errors in the website’s functionality. Such cookies do not contain personal data and are used to help us improve user experience, by for example understanding which sites are performing well.

3. Managing your cookie settings

You are automatically prompted to accept or refuse all cookies except necessary cookies when you visit Protect Children’s website. You also have the choice to further customise which cookies to accept or deny. Please note that our website may not work properly if you disable all cookies.

 

If you wish to further manage or rectify your cookie settings, most browsers enable you to do so through their own browser settings. You can find further information about how to enable or disable cookies at any time from your browser service provider, e.g.;

 

Safari

Microsoft Edge

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

4. For further information

If you have any questions or concerns about how your data is being collected and processed or about Protect Children’s use of cookies on this website, please contact Protect Children’s data controller and data protection officer, Executive Director Nina Vaaranen-Valkonen. 

Contact details: +358 40747 8829 nina.vaaranen-valkonen@suojellaanlapsia.fi 

 

A useful resource for learning more about cookies and their functionality is the All About Cookies website: All About Cookies | Online Privacy and Digital Security

This page contains information about cookies which may be used on the Protect Children/Suojellaan Lapsia ry. Website. This Cookies Policy is compliant with the EU e-Privacy Directive (Directive 2002/58/EC) and the GDPR EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679). The Cookies Policy was last updated July 7, 2022.


The purpose of using cookies is to improve our services, the functionality of our website and our marketing.


You can find more information about Protect Children’s collection and processing of personal data in our Privacy Policy.

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