Effective date 20/09/2022 - Version 1.2
The goal with this document is to provide anyone that comes in contact with Kognic with an understanding of how we manage cookies. We collect many different cookies, but as long as you have not clicked on “Agree” we have not started tracking you.
If you want to come in contact with us at Kognic AB, our HQ is located at:
Lindholmspiren 7, 4117 56, Göteborg
or you can reach us at [email protected]
Our Data Protection Officer is:
Name: Daniel Langkilde
Mail: [email protected]
Cookie - A cookie is basically a text file, a technology that enables us to, through the website, store tokens of information called Identifier in your internet browser as you visit our website. Each time you visit our website or other websites that recognize that specific identifier, a cookie is sent back to us. Cookies are generally used to make websites work efficient and to provide the owner of the website with information about the visitor.
Cookies have a lot of different functions and provide us with information about you like remembering your preference, helping you navigate pages and improving your experience on the website. It is cookies that make sure that the online adverts are relevant to your interests.
When you land on the Kognic website a pop-up provides you with the decision to accept or decline our cookies for different functions (see below).
When you enter the app, you get a brief explanation of what cookies we use and for what purposes.
There are two main categories of cookies:
Cookies can remain on your device for different amounts of time. Session cookies only exist as long your web-browser is open and are deleted automatically. Others stay much longer and are called Persistent cookies, they survive the web-browser when closed and can be used by the website to recognize you again.
If you have enabled “Do not track” in your settings on the browser, the advertising/targeting cookies will automatically be disabled.
Beacons and Action tags - a beacon or action tag is a visitor identification technology that counts visitors based on what websites they have visited previously and being exposed to tags or beacons. We don’t use this technology to collect personal information but only statistics of our visitors in relation to marketing efforts.
For more information visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Click here to consult our cookie list.
You can delete cookies that are saved on your computer. This is done differently depending on what web browser you use. Please consult the support page of your browser.
You can also block cookies by activating that setting in your web browser. However, if that setting is activated you might have problems accessing our website and/or platform as a whole or in part. This is because essential cookies might be necessary for website or platform functionality.
You might also want to set your web browser to notify you when a cookie is received and at that time decide to accept or decline the specific cookie.
If you have accepted cookie(s) and later disabled, we may still use the collected information aggregated and anonymized. What we don’t do is to continue to collect information.
If there are any changes in our cookies in how and what data we process you will get notified with a new Cookie Notice form, we will not start to process your data in a new way until we get the consent we need.
We encourage you to from time to time review this policy to understand how we process your information.