The website of Impact uses Google Analyzer cookies.
Cookies are small files stored on your computer when you visit our website.
We use these cookies to analyse traffic to our website to
- determine unique users
- determine the geographical location of our visitors
- remember the number and time of current and previous visits
- determine which pages are preferred or skipped by our visitors
- determine the search engine queries visitors used to visit our website
- determine the start and end of a session
- determine and remember the browser and settings visitors use on our website
- remember the value of visitor-level custom variables
This information is used to tailor our website to the needs of the visitors.
To ensure your privacy, Google Analytics is privacy-friendly.
- A data processing agreement has been signed with Google
- The data are encrypted and processed anonymously (Anonymise IP) and are therefore not traceable to individuals
- The option 'share data' is off
- The function for User IDs is not enabled
- No use is made of other Google services in combination with the Google Analytics cookies
- Data retention for users and events is set to 50 months. After that period, the collected data is automatically removed from Google Analytics
Are your personal data stored?
Information in these cookies is not converted to persons. Google cookies are online analysed with the software of Google.
Information Google collects is saved on Google servers in the United States. Google can provide this information to third parties when requested for legal reasons or when third parties process the information on behalf of Google.
Impact has no influence on this process.
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You can also install a Google opt-out plugin.
With this plugin enabled, your visits to websites using Google Analyzer do not count for the statistics.
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