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Last updated on: 7.2.2022 Gasgrid Finland Oy (hereinafter “Gasgrid Finland” or “we”) uses cookies and other similar technologies on its website and processes data collected through them. The purpose of using cookies and similar technologies is to improve our services and the functioning of our website. We also use cookies that are necessary for our website to function as intended. If cookies are not necessary to provide the services of the website, the applicable legislation allows cookies to be stored and used on your device only based on your consent. The purpose of this cookie policy is to provide you with sufficient information about the cookies used on our website and how they are stored on your device when you visit our website, so that you can decide whether you wish to allow the use of cookies. The items described in this cookie policy include what cookies are, what cookies are used for and how long cookies are used. This cookie policy also explains how you can manage or prevent the use of cookies. This cookie policy is an integral part of our privacy policy. If you wish, you can read more about the processing of personal data and items such as your legal rights in the privacy statement. What are cookies and for what purposes do we use them on our website? What are cookies? Cookies are small text files that the browser you use stores on your computer, mobile device or other device when you use websites. Cookies store data during the use of the website and between visits. Technologies similar to cookies, which are also referred to in this cookie policy, mean pixels, web beacons and various tags that can be embedded in websites or newsletters, for example. Cookies and similar technologies can be used to collect e.g. your IP address, various device and advertising identifiers, and data about which websites have been visited at any given time, or to track which content has been used or products purchased, or whether you have clicked open the newsletter we sent, for example. If the data collected through cookies is personal data, the data will be processed in accordance with the privacy statement in addition to what is described here. What do we use cookies for? We use cookies and similar technologies on our website for the following purposes:
  • Essential cookies: Essential cookies are related to the basic functionality of the website, and the website may not function correctly without them. For example, cookies are used to remember the language selection and the answer to this cookie consent enquiry. Essential cookies are always turned on unless you block them from your browser settings (see “How can you manage and delete cookies?” below).
  • Analytics cookies: Analytics cookies are used to collect data on how our website and services are used in order to improve the performance and user experience of our website and our services, e.g. by understanding which pages and features are popular and how people navigate our site. We ask for your consent to the use of these cookies when you enter our website. If you do not accept these cookies, we will not be able to improve our website and services as effectively.
Analytics cookies are used to collect anonymous site usage data. The cookie allows tracking the user’s movements between different visits, but not the identification of an individual user. For example, we use Google Analytics to analyse and track the use of our online services. Usage data is collected through cookies, but the data is not processed or stored in a way that would allow tracking the usage of an individual user. The data is used to improve the user experience on our website and to track the number of visitors on the website. Persistent and session cookies The cookies used on our website may be persistent or session cookies. A persistent cookie remains on your device after you close the browser and will remain valid until the due date set for it (unless you delete it before the due date). A session cookie ceases to be valid at the end of the session when you close the browser. First- and third-party cookies Cookies may be set by our website (“first-party cookies”) or by our partners, such as advertisers or analytics services (“third-party cookies”). Our website currently uses only first-party cookies. Any personal data collected through cookies is always transferred and disclosed to third parties in accordance with our privacy statement. Cookies used on the website The table below lists the cookies used on our website, as well as their purpose, type and period of validity. The table also indicates whether it is a first-party cookie or a third-party cookie.
Cookie Purpose of use First-/third-party Period of validity Type
elementor This cookie is used by the WordPress theme of the website. It allows the website owner to implement or change the content of the website in real time. First-party cookie Persistent Essential
_ga The _ga cookie set by Google Analytics calculates visitor, session and campaign data and also tracks the use of the site for the analytics report on the site. The cookie stores the data anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to each visitor to identify them. First-party cookie 2 years Analytics
_gid The _gid cookie set by Google Analytics stores data about how visitors use the website while creating an analytics report on website performance. Some of the data collected includes data on the number of visitors, the source of visitors and the pages they visit anonymously. First-party cookie 1 day Analytics
_gat_gtag_UA _155171816_1 A cookie set by Google Analytics that is used to distinguish between users. First-party cookie 1 minute Analytics
Web beacons in our communications We may include technologies similar to cookies in our newsletters and customer communications to track their success and, for example, the number of times our messages are opened. We do not want to send unnecessary messages, so in this way we are able to analyse the success of our communications and make it more interesting to the target group. How can you manage and delete cookies? When you come to our website, you can choose whether to accept or reject all cookies except those that are essential. You can also manage and edit your cookie preferences at any later time in the cookie settings found in connection with the cookie policy. Most web browsers enable you to manage cookies even by using web browser settings. For example, by changing your web browser settings, you can prevent cookies from being set on your device. Please note that if you edit the cookie settings of your web browser or block cookies on your web browser or device, the website may not function optimally and not all features of the website may be available to you. For more information, see your browser help or follow these links: Safari Google Chrome Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox More information about cookies can be found at: Contacts You can contact us by sending us feedback via the feedback form:    Changes to this cookie policy We continuously strive to develop our website and privacy policy, which is why this cookie policy may be updated from time to time. Changes may also be based on changes in legislation. We recommend that you review the contents of the cookie policy regularly. The “last updated” entry at the beginning of this cookie policy indicates when this policy was last updated.

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