THE COOKIES POLICY OF THE AMLYZE UAB

Contents:

  1. Introduction 
  2. Definitions 
  3. Cookies and how we use them 
  4. Categories of cookies we use 
  5. How we use cookies
  6. The type of cookies we use
  7. Personal data processing
  8. Data subject rights
  9. Final provisions

 

1. Introduction

1.1. UAB “AMLYZE” (hereinafter Company or we) respects your privacy and is committed to providing the information on how we use cookies in this Cookies policy (hereinafter Cookies policy).
1.2. In the Cookies policy, we explain how our Website uses cookies.
1.3. If you use the Website, it means you have read this Cookies policy. If you do not agree with the Cookies policy, do not use the Website.

2. Definitions

Company (or we / us) UAB AMLYZE, business address Žalgirio str. 90, B entrance, Vilnius, Lithuanian Republic, legal entity code 305393628, email address info@amlyze.com
Consent of the data subject any freely given, specific, informed, and unambiguous indication of the data subject’s wishes by which he or she, by a statement or by clear affirmative action, signifies agreement to the processing of Personal data relating to him.
Data subject (or you) An identified or identifiable natural person whose Personal data are being processed. An identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier, such as his or her name, identification number, location, online identifier, or one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, religious, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
Direct marketing an activity aimed at offering goods or services by post, telephone, or other direct means and/or inquiring about their opinion on goods or services offered.
Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons regarding the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (the “General Data Protection Regulation”).
Website the Company’s website is https://amlyze.com/.

3. Cookies and how we use them

3.1. A cookie is a small text file that the Website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the Website. Because of this, the Website may for some time remember your actions and options (such as language, font size, and other display options), and you do not need to re-enter it each time you visit or browse on the Website.
3.2. 
Our Website uses cookies to collect statistical data and to remember what you have done while browsing and to collect this information for the purpose of improving our performance and personalized advertising.
3.3. You may accept the use of all or only certain cookies when you use:
3.3.1. The Website;
3.3.2. When you communicate with us by phone, e-mail, social media, or otherwise.
3.4. Under the Regulation, we may store cookies on your device if they are necessary for the operation of the Website. For all other types of cookies, we need your consent. The Website uses different types of cookies.
3.5. It is no obligation to accept all the cookies we are using for the Website to function properly. But if you accept cookies the browsing will be more convenient for you. Except for the necessary cookies, you can delete or reject all of them, however in this case some features of the Website may not function as intended and you may need to reset some options each time you visit the Website.
3.6. The legal basis for using cookies is the Company’s legitimate interest in ensuring the technical functioning of the Website. In cases where cookies are used to remember your choices and to compile statistics, the legal basis for using cookies is your consent.

4. Categories of cookies we use

4.1 Depending on the functions, we use cookies:

4.1.1. Necessary Cookies. Cookies are required to enable the user to navigate and use all of the website’s features, such as remembering information or preferences submitted to the Company. Without these cookies, it would be impossible to provide certain services on the Website, and the Website would not operate as efficiently as intended.
4.1.2.
Functional or technical cookies. Required to prevent users from resetting their preferences each time they visit the website. Additionally, they assist in remembering the user’s preferences and settings (such as language and time zone). Without these cookies, the Website would not perform as well as when they are enabled.
4. 1.3. Statistic and analytics cookies. These cookies inform us of how users interact with the website and allow us to track the number of visitors and their frequency of visits. They help us enhance the Website’s performance and may allow us to record any issues that may occur on the Website.
4.1.4. Marketing or promotional cookies. These cookies allow us to collect a log of visits on the Website, as well as the websites the user has previously visited and the links the user had followed. Cookies help us to use the information so that the advertising you see is adapted to your preferences. They also allow us to know whether a user has already seen a particular promotion or type of promotion and how long it has been since a user saw it. This allows us to provide user-oriented ads and to ensure that a user only sees ads a limited number of times. These cookies also help to measure the effectiveness of advertisements.

5. How we use cookies

5.1. We use Google Analytics cookies. They allow the Company to track Website traffic and user behavior on the Website. The Company uses this data to analyze user behavior and to improve the experience of visiting the Website.
5.2.
We use Google AdWords. This feature uses the Website advertising analytics service and uses conversion tracking as part of “Google AdWords”. Each time a visitor of the Website clicks on an ad provided by Google, “Google AdWords” places a conversion tracking cookie on the visitor’s hard drive (known as the “conversion cookie”). “Google AdWords” provides non-indexable information about you and your browsing habits for remarketing purposes.
5.3. Google uses cookies in a variety of ways. For example, in the case of remarketing, “AdWords” and “Google Analytics” cookies are used to serve ads or track your choices.
5.4. We use Facebook Pixel as an analytics tool to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising by understanding the actions you take on the Website. It helps us monitor Facebook ads, optimize ads based on data collected, build targeted audiences for future ads, and remarketing to qualified potential customers – people who have already taken some action on the Website.
5.5. We use Linkedin as an analytic tool  to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising. It helps us monitor ads, optimize ads based on data collected, build targeted audiences for future ads, and remarketing to qualified potential customers.
5.6. Cookies are also used to record whether the data subject agrees (or disagrees) with the use of cookies on the Website so that this question is not asked every time you visit the Website.

6. The type of cookies we use

6.1. Necessary. Necessary cookies help make the Website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the Website. The Website cannot function properly without these cookies:

Name Function Description Period
XSRF-TOKEN Necessary Used for security reasons Session
hs Necessary Used for security reasons Session
SSR-caching Necessary Used to indicate the system from which the site was rendered 1 minute
consent-policy Necessary Used for cookie banner parameters 12 months
smSession Necessary Used to identify logged in site members session
TS Necessary Used for security and anti-fraud reasons session
bSession Necessary Used for system effectiveness measurement 30 minutes
fedops.logger.X Necessary Used for stability/effectiveness measurement 12 months

 

6.2. Statistics. We use statistical/analytical cookies that collect anonymous information and report it to us so that we can know how visitors interact with the Website:

Name Function Description Period
“Google Analytics”

_ga

statistical / analytical „A set of cookies used by Google Analytics (the main cookie used by Google Analytics is “_ga.”) is used to collect information for reporting statistics on the use of the website, without personally identifying individual visitors. 2 years
“Google Ads”

 

_gac

statistical / analytical „ Google Ads conversion tracking tools use the “_gac” GCLID cookie on the website to collect GCLID information and statistics when a website user performs an ad-targeted conversion. 1 day
handl_url statistical / analytical Used by the website’s owners to identify how the visitor accessed the website. This is used for statistical purposes. 29 days
handl_landing_page statistical / analytical Used by the website’s owners to identify how the visitor accessed the website. This is used for statistical purposes. 29 days
handl_ip statistical / analytica Collects data such as visitors’ IP address, geographical location and website navigation – This information is used for internal optimization and statistics for the website’s operator. 29 days
apbct_timestamp statistical / analytica Sets a timestamp for when the visitor entered the website. This is used for analytical purposes on the web site. Session
AnalyticsSyncHistory statistical / analytica Used in connection with data-synchronization with third-party analysis service. 29 days

 

6.3. Marketing or promotional cookies. These cookies allow us to collect a log of visits on the Website, as well as the websites the user has previously visited and the links the user had followed.

Name Function Description Period
_session_id Marketing Stores visitors’ navigation by registering landing pages – This allows the website to present relevant prod ucts and/or measure their advertisement efficiency on other websites. 29 days
bscookie Marketing Used by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services. 2 years
bcookie Marketing Used by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services. 2 years
IDE Marketing Used by Google DoubleClick to register and report the website user’s actions after viewing or clicking one of the advertiser’s ads with the purpose of measuring the efficacy of an ad and to present targeted ads to the user. 1 years
lang Marketing Set by LinkedIn when a web page contains an embedded “Follow us” panel. Session
lidc Marketing Used by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services. 1 day
UserMatchHistory Marketing Used to track visitors on multiple websites, in order to present relevant advertisement based on the visitor’s preferences. 29 days

 

6.4. Preferences. Preference cookies enable the Website to remember information that changes the way the Website behaves or looks, like your preferred language or the region that you are in:

Name Function Description Period
lang Functional Remembers the user’s selected language version of a website Session
pll_language Functional This cookie is used to determine the preferred language of the visitor and sets the language accordingly on the website, if possible. 1 year

7. Personal data processing

7.1. When personal data is processed by using cookies, processing takes place in accordance with the Company Privacy policy.
7.2.
The Company’s employees have access to statistical data about the visitors of the Company and are responsible for analysing such data and improving the Website.

8. Data subject rights

8.1. The user as a Data subject has the right to:
8.1.1.
receive confirmation if the user’s Personal data is being processed by the Company and, if so, then to access it;
8.1.2. require the erasure of Personal data;
8.1.3. restrict the processing of Personal data;
8.1.4. object to the processing of the Data subject’s personal data if the processing is based on the Company’s legitimate interests;
8.1.5. withdraw the consent to process the Data subject personal data;
8.1.6. lodge a complaint pertaining to the Company processing of personal data to the Data State Inspectorate at www.vdai.lt if the Data subject considers that the processing of the personal data infringes the Data subject rights and interests under the data protection legislation.

9. Final provisions

9.1. We have the right to change this Cookies policy periodically in order to properly reflect how we process your personal data.
9.2.
If we made significant changes, we shall inform you by publishing on the Website or otherwise, for example by email, so that you would be able to review the changes before you visit our Website.
9.3. If any provision of the Cookies policy shall be found to be invalid or unenforceable, this provision does not affect the legality and validity of the remaining provisions of the Cookies policy.
9.4. Cookie policy is effective as of 3 of July 2023.
9.5. If you have any queries regarding GDPR and personal data, please contact dpo@amlyze.com.