Pyynikin Hiekkarannat respects your privacy concerns and values your relationship with us.
Like other companies, we collect some information on our website to help us improve our site experience and services on our site. Cookies help develop our website and help us understand which ways and information are most useful to visitors.
Who collects the data?
The personal data given to PyynikkiHiekkarannat or possibly collected with cookies and with other solutions managed by Pyynikin Hiekkarannat OY.
This cookie notice applies to all third party forums such as Facebook or YouTube, existing websites, applications, brand sites, and applications, which were reached or used through such websites or third party platforms (here-in-after referred to as “sites”), which Pyynikin Hiekkarannat maintain or which are maintained by Pyynikin Hiekkarannat.
What does a cookie mean?
Cookies, pixel tags, and similar techniques (collectively, “cookies”) are files that contain small amounts of information that are downloaded on a website during a visit to any Internet-enabled device – such as a computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Cookies, pixel tags, and similar techniques (collectively, “cookies”) are files that contain small amounts of information that are downloaded on a website during a visit to any Internet-enabled device – such as a computer, smartphone, or tablet. Cookies are sent back to the source network site or another website that identifies this cookie at each subsequent visit. Cookies have many different and useful tasks: they remember your preference, improve your overall online experience, and help us provide you with the best product and service.
There are many different types of cookies. They all work the same way, but they have small differences.
What cookies do we use?
Cookies used on this website can be classified as follows:
- Necessary cookies. These cookies do not recognize you as an individual.
- Performance Cookies. These cookies do not recognize you as an individual.
- Targeting or advertising cookies. Most of these cookies track consumers through their device ID or IP address, so they can collect personal information but not directly identify you as an individual.
- Third-party cookies. on the basis of cookies used by the appropriate third-party data collected by these cookies may contain personal information.