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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that websites can use to make the user experience more efficient.
According to the law, we can store cookies on your device if it is absolutely important for the operation of the site. We need your consent for the use of all types of cookies.
This site uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are set by third-party services on our website.
You can change or withdraw your consent on our site through the cookie notification.
Please provide your approval ID and date when you contact us regarding your approval.
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Cookie notice last updated on 16/09/2023 by Cookiebot:
Necessary cookies help make the website usable by allowing basic functions such as page navigation and access to protected areas of the site. The website will not function properly without these cookies.
With the help of preference cookies, the site stores information that changes the behavior and appearance of the site, such as language choices or user locations.
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The Cookiebot we use automatically asks every website visitor for active consent to cookies. Necessary cookies are always active, the website visitor can either accept or reject others.
After rejecting/accepting cookies, a unique, random, anonymous and encrypted approval code is created for the website visitor, e.g. "xyPi/aC3jWy9MmswGGZ7smddKKuODVk4t/qdKHL4kcP2Y+/iKAfCjw==". The date and time of acceptance of cookies is shown below the ID. The website visitor can either change his acceptance or cancel his acceptance of non-essential cookies whenever he wants at: uuva.fi/evasteet. After the update, a new, unique, random, anonymous and encrypted approval code is created for him.
With this operating model, we ensure that the information of the website visitor remains completely anonymous until the disclosure of his identity is necessary either by himself or by the authorities. A unique, random, anonymous and encrypted consent token can be used to ensure that existing consent cannot be modified – either by the website visitor themselves or by malicious third parties – without a trace. Cookiebot ensures this by always creating a new approval token when the website visitor modifies his old "consent state".
3. How do the services on our website work if the user does not accept cookies?
This does not affect the uuva.fi website, as necessary cookies must be accepted.
Even if the website visitor technically blocks cookies, essential cookies are still operational.
If the website visitor tries to change his consent by pressing the "Change your consent" button, the browser gives a warning that the technical blocking of cookies should be removed if he wants to change his consent status.
5. How do we manage user consents? How do we store user consents, and how long do we store consents?
Cookiebot automatically saves the website visitor's consent in the consent log, which can only be seen by one person from our company.
Cookiebot saves the consent log from the website visitor:
- his anonymized IP address (the last three digits have been replaced by the number '0'), e.g.
- date and time of consent
- browser data, e.g.
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/89.0.4389.82 Safari/537.36
- URL address where consent has been given, e.g. https://uuva.fi
- an anonymous, unique, random and encrypted approval token
- "consent state", which acts as a certificate of consent.
If necessary, we can demonstrate the consent of website visitors to the authorities. Cookiebot's server is located in Ireland and operates under EU legislation.
Cookiebot stores a "CookieConsent" cookie in the browser of the website visitor, which carries only an anonymous, unique, random and encrypted approval token and consent status. This allows our website to automatically respect the previously defined consent status of each website visitor. The same information is saved via an encrypted connection to the consent log located on Cookiebot's server.
How long are consents kept?
The "CookieConsent" cookie is automatically stored in the browser for 12 months, when the website visitor is asked for it again, unless:
- website visitor clear/delete cookies from their browser