Drafted 9 Aug 2018
- We keep anonymous statistics on your visit to our website. These statistics include information on which pages you visit.
- We do not share your information with third parties unless said information is required for the production of our services or in cases where required by law. However, some third parties, such as Facebook and Twitter, may be able to see that you have visited our website if youuse their services.
- If you send any feedback, submit a job application or use any other services on our website, we will keep your information confidential and refrain from sharing it with third parties.
We take a number of preventive measures to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal data. We use e.g. SSL encryption when transferring data, our hardware is located in secure data centres behind firewalls and access to all of our data is restricted by passwords and/or security keys.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are used to store small amounts of data, usually on the websites you visit. Cookies do not cause any harm to the terminal device you are using. Cookies help store e.g. some of the settings you used until your next visit to a website.
For more information on cookies, visit www.aboutcookies.org.
What information do we collect and why?
We use Google Analytics to collect and analyse visitor data on our website. Google Analytics stores data on, for example, the number of website visitors as well as how much time they spend on the website, the pages they view and the webpages from which the visitors link the website. All of this information is anonymous - we do not know who you are, only that you are visiting our website.
This data helps us to understand how visitors find their way to our website and how the website is used. As with a majority of websites, we use this information to make our website better.
Your personal data
We may send you email messages, such as newsletters or notices, on our company and services. You may use the link at the bottom of the email to unsubscribe from our mailing list.
Facebook, Twitter and other social media
Social media services feature buttons and functions – such as the 'Like' button – which we use on our website. In order to make the use of these social media functions possible, our website uses embedded code. We are not responsible for the administration of this code. For example, Facebook uses a function to show how many of your friends like our website. We do not have access to this information or any control over how these web services use the data. You can check the privacy settings of the social media you are using by logging into them.
Further information on privacy
The principles presented on this page are valid for the time being. Notifications regarding any changes made to the information presented here are always issued on this page. We may also notify you about any privacy-related changes by email or elsewhere on our website.
If you have any questions regarding this data protection description, please use our contact request form or send an email to tietosuoja(at)lingsoft.fi.