Necessary, site experience
|ASP.NET_SessionId (clasohlsonfoundation.com)||Third party. Microsoft.NET.||General purpose platform session cookie, used by sites written with Miscrosoft .NET based technologies. Usually used to maintain an anonymised user session by the server.||An encrypted hash string.||1 session||No sharing||Functionallity|
|__epiXSRF (clasohlsonfoundation.com)||EpiServer||Used by EPiServer to protect the user against cross-site request forgery (XSRF). Affects only the editors.||Unique identifiers for forms.||1 session||No sharing||Functionallity|
Marketing, targeted advertisement
|_gcl_au (clasohlsonfoundation.com)||Google Tag Manager||Cookie is placed by Google Tag Manager to track conversions.||Browsing behaviour.||Persistent||No sharing||Marketing/Tracking|
Statistics, anonymous data collection
|_ga (clasohlsonfoundation.com)||Google Analytics cookie used to distinguish users.||An encrypted hash string.||2 years||No sharing||Statistics|
|_gid (clasohlsonfoundation.com)||Google Analytics cookie used to distinguish users.||An encrypted hash string.||24 hours||No sharing||Statistics|
|_gat_UA-15395894-1 (clasohlsonfoundation.com)||Google Analytics cookie used to throttle request rate.||An encrypted hash string.||1 minute||No sharing||Statistics|
Welcome to our website clasohlsonfoundation.com (the “Website”). We are committed to protecting your privacy at all times during your visit to the Website.
The legal foundation for data processing is consent. If you want to withdraw your consent and remove your information from us, or if you do not want us to publish your information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will delete your information within 30 days from receiving your e-mail.
What are cookies?
Computer cookies are small text files that a website transfers to your computer. A cookie will usually contain the name of the website from which the cookie originated, the “lifetime” of the cookie (i.e. how long it will remain on your device), and a value, which is usually a randomly generated number.
Cookies are used to allow websites to function more efficiently, but also to send information to the owner of a website. Cookies also make it possible to separate different users from each other, which can give each user a more personalised and positive experience of a website.
Cookies cannot harm your computer. They do not contain any confidential information such as your email address or credit card details.
What are the reasons for collecting personal data through cookies?
Based on which consent for cookies and trackers you have given us and the personal data subsequently obtained, we use your data for the following purposes:
- to make our Website easier for you to use;
- to examine, develop and improve our Website, e.g. if the cookies show that the Website is difficult to navigate;
What is the legal ground for collecting personal data through cookies?
- To withdraw your consent, or if you want to be notified each time a cookie is about to be used, you may use the settings provided in your website browser to prevent us from storing cookies on your computer. Information on how to do this can be found in the ‘Help’ section of your browser via the menu bar
What types of cookies do we use?
There are two types of cookies on the Website:
- Third party cookies, i.e. cookies that belong to domains different from the one shown in the address bar. Third party cookies open up for potential tracking of the user’s browsing history.
Do we transfer any cookies/personal data to third parties?
We use the tool “Google Analytics” to collect information about use of the Website. Google Analytics collects information such as how often users visit the Website and what other websites they used prior to visiting the Website. We use the information to improve the Website’s technical performance, to optimise the performance of the Website’s features, to improve your experience of the Website, to better tailor the Website to you interests and needs and to make the Website easier to use. Google Analytics collects the IP address assigned to you on the date you visit the Website.
You can prevent Google Analytics from recognizing you on return visits to the Website by disabling cookies on your browser.