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Elo uses cookies on its open website and for online services that require logging in. Cookies are small text files that are stored by the Internet browser on the user’s device. Further general information about cookies is available on Traficom’s website. Elo’s website uses necessary cookies, analytics cookies, marketing cookies and cookies that enable video and media services.

Necessary cookies are essential for the functionality of the website and cannot be disabled or deleted.  They are generally placed in your computer when you utilise functions that prompt service requests, such as the completion of forms and the use of the chat services. You can check and manage the use of cookies with this tool Manage cookie settings
or by changing the data security settings in the browser. 

Cookies utilised only on the open site

Google Tag Manager (GTM) 

Cookies are used to manage tracking tags, such as Google and Facebook pixels. As part of this process, data may be transferred to countries outside of the EU or EEA area.
Further information about Google Tag Manager: https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/tag-manager/use-policy/


Elo uses Siteimprove cookies to analyse the accessibility, accuracy and search engine visibility of the website as well as the use of the website. The data collected using cookies is used to develop the website and improve our customer experience. Further information about Siteimprove’s cookies: https://siteimprove.com/en/privacy/cookie-notice/ 


We monitor the usefulness of our web content with the help of the page-specific React & Share feedback function. Page-specific feedback cannot be given without first accepting these cookies. Do not enter any personal or contact information in the open feedback field. You will not receive a response on any submitted feedback.  Elo uses the feedback to develop its services. The service also enables users to share the content of Elo’s website through their own social media channels. The React & Share cookies store a randomly generated string of characters in the visitor's browser to identify events from the same browser. The cookies cannot be used to identify users. React & Share will not disclose the information provided by users and third parties cannot make use of the cookies or any information that can be connected to them. 
Further information is available on the React & Share website: https://www.reactandshare.com/ 


Use of cookies and tracking pixels: Facebook utilises cookies and tracking pixels to analyse data related to the movement of its users between Elo and Facebook’s websites. Cookies and tracking pixels are also used for targeting, realising and analysing marketing communications. As part of this process, data may be transferred to countries outside of the EU or EEA area. Further information about Facebook’s cookies: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/ 


Cookies are used to target, realise and analyse marketing communications based on one’s browsing history. As part of this process, data may be transferred to countries outside of the EU or EEA area. Further information about LinkedIn's cookies: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy


Twitter collects and analyses website visit data and content sharing data between Twitter and Elo. The data is analysed in order to target advertising that is likely to interest visitors. As part of this process, data may be transferred to countries outside of the EU or EEA area. Further information is available on Twitter's website: https://twitter.com/en/privacy 


Cookies are used to analyse advertising performance and to identify users’ interests, so as to enable us to present our target groups with more relevant advertising. Further information about AdForm’s cookies: https://site.adform.com/privacy-center/platform-privacy/product-and-services-privacy-policy/


Our website contains embedded YouTube videos that install cookies on the user’s browser when a video is being watched. This enables YouTube, for example, to recommend further videos and advertising that is relevant for the user. The cookies can also be accepted when you play a YouTube video on our website. As part of this process, data may be transferred to countries outside of the EU or EEA area.
Further information is available on YouTube’s website: https://www.youtube.com/intl/ALL_fi/howyoutubeworks/our-commitments/protecting-user-data/ 


Our website contains embedded presentations that, once viewed, can install third-party cookies on the user's browser. Viewing the presentations requires the user to accept video and media cookies. The cookies can also be accepted by playing a presentation on our website. Further information is available on Slideshare’s website: https://www.slideshare.net/privacy 

Liana Technologies

We utilise tracking pixels to analyse customers’ interest in our newsletter articles. The tracking pixels are activated when you enter the Elo.fi website through the newsletter and accept the cookies. Further information is available on the Liana Technologies’s website: https://www.lianatech.com/front-page.html


Elo uses Leadoo chats and bots to help you to assess your insurance needs and send us a request for contact. The service collects analytics on the use of the bots, but does not store the user’s IP address. Users can use the bot to leave their contact information for contact purposes. Further information: https://leadoo.com/privacy-policy/ https://leadoo.com/help/does-leadoo-use-cookies/ 



Elo also utilises an Elobot that can be accepted by taking the service into use.



Our website contains questionnaires that install cookies when they are taken into use. If you choose to respond to a questionnaire, you are considered as having accepted the necessary cookies. We use the questionnaires to gather feedback. Your response provides us with the feedback as well as information that the questionnaire has been submitted, the respondent's IP address and the page used for responding. Further information: https://www.wheelq.com/myynnin-laatu/ 

Cookies for services that require logging in


Matomo Analytics cookies facilitate the analysis of website use for the purposes of, for example, developing the website and resolving possible error situations. These cookies are used in services that require the user to log in. Further information is available on Matomo’s website: https://matomo.org/gdpr-analytics/ 

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