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Cookie Policy

Last updated: May 23, 2018

This page identifies the cookies that are set to your browser when you visit the petrikainulainen.net website and describes how these cookies are used.

The Cookies Set by This Website

  • Cookie Notice. Cookie Notice is a WordPress plugin which I use for displaying the privacy policy notification bar. When you click the OK button, this plugin sets the cookie which hide the notification bar.
  • Google Analytics. I use Google Analytics for tracking how users interact with this website. Google Analytics identifies unique visitors by setting two cookies (_ga and _gid) to the user’s browser. If you want to get more information about the cookies set by Google Analytics, you should read an article titled: Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites. Also, you should take look at the privacy policy of this website because it describes how (and why) this website uses Google Analytics. Also, it identifies the information collected by Google Analytics and describes how you can disable Google Analytics on this website.
  • Thrive Leads. Thrive Leads is a WordPress plugin which creates the email opt-in forms that I use on my website. It sets cookies that are used to:
    • Measure the conversation rates of my opt-in forms.
    • Identify the version of an opt-in form that should be shown to a user when I am doing A/B testing.
  • Wordfence. The Wordfence WordPress plugin provides additional protection for this website. It may set cookies which are used to:
    • Perform a capability check to the current (logged in user) user before WordPress is loaded.
    • Notify the Wordfence admin when an administrator logs in from a new device or location.
    • Identify the users who should be allowed to bypass country blocking.
  • WordPress. When you leave a comment on my website, WordPress sets a cookie to your browser. This cookie ensures that you don’t have re-type your information when you want to leave another comment. You can get more information about this by reading an article titled: WordPress Cookies.

How Do I Control My Cookies?

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