RichLand: cookies policy

RichLand: cookies policy

Published: May, 05, 2020

 

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file sent to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website that is saved on your computer or mobile device. During each subsequent visit to the website, cookies are sent back to that website or any other website that recognises that cookie. Cookies function as a record, enabling the website to remember your computer or mobile device during each subsequent visit. Moreover, cookies can remember your settings and improve your user experience.

Additional information on cookies and how to manage or delete them can be found here: www.aboutcookies.org.

 

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies are used on the Company website (www.richland.im) solely to:

  • record your consent to this website's use of cookies;
  • analyse visitor activities on the website (connection time, duration, most frequently viewed pages).

Information related to cookies is not used to identify you.

 

Google Analytics

Cookies generated by Google Analytics (Google Inc.) are installed on the Company website. Google Analytics cookies are used to improve the quality of the website and customise content to the needs of visitors: standard information on log entries (connection time, duration, IP address) and anonymous information concerning your activity on the website is collected.

Information generated by cookies on website use is sent to Google servers abroad (may not be located in Estonia or the European Union) and stored on these servers.

According to the conditions for provision of services of Google Inc and the conditions for provision of services of Google Analytics, Google will use this information to assess how you use the website and prepare reports on visitor activity for the needs of the Company.

In the European Union and European Economic Area, your IP address is shortened by applying IP-anonymisation (the last eight digits of your IPv4 address are deleted and the last 80 bits of the IPv6 address are set to zero in the memory) and may only be transferred in exceptional cases for processing on Google servers located in the United States of America.

Company will not use cookies or allow third-party use for the purpose of finding or collecting any identifying personal information on visitors to its website.

You may decline cookies by downloading and installing the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.

 

The following cookies are used on the Company web:

Cookie name

Purpose

Duration

_utma

Tracks the first visit (unique visit) and the last visit (unique visit) (Google Analytics cookie)

2 years from generation

_utmb

Work in pairs and calculate the duration of the visit.

_utmb registers the exact time the visitor enters a website, while _utmc registers the time the visitor leaves a website (Google Analytics cookie)

until the end of the session

_utmc

30 minutes, if no new website are visited during that period

_utmz

Indicates how the visitor was directed to the website (search engine, link on another website, entering keywords in the browser address field, etc.) (Google Analytics cookie)

6 months from generation

_ga

Used to distinguish visitors to the website, assigning a randomly generated identifier to each (Google Universal Analytics cookie)

2 years from generation

_gid

Used to distinguishvisitors to the website (Google Universal Analytics cookie)

24 hours from generation

 

How can I manage or delete cookies?

To manage or delete cookies, visit https://www.aboutcookies.org/.

You can delete all cookies and most browser settings and enable blocking of cookies on your computer. However, you will need to manually adjust the settings each time you visit a website. Also, some services and functions may not work.

For information about cookies, your cookie settings on your computer or mobile device, and how to manage and delete them, visit: https://www.aboutcookies.org/.

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