Privacy & Security
- What information do we collect?
- Third-party methods
- Automatic marketing
- Network marketing
- Email marketing
- Links to third-party services
- Changes to privacy policies
- Your rights
When you use our website or advertising links, the site may place cookies on your computer. We use the information collected by cookies to improve and tailor the content of our web pages to better serve the users. By using our website you agree to accept cookies. If you do not wish to receive cookies, we recommend that you change the settings of your browser. Please note that blocking cookies may affect the functionality of some of the services on our website. You can find browser-specific instructions at www.aboutcookies.org.
What information do we collect?
We collect information so that we can provide you with the best possible user experience and personalised service. For instance, we may use forms on our site to ask for information such as name, company, email address and phone number plus additional information such as title, job title or organisation.
The information we collect using cookies helps us to find out how and for how long visitors use our site. The information includes the browser and operating system, the number of visits, visiting times and the pages used. A cookie also contains a unique identification number that allows your browser to be identified the next time you visit our site. We also track what kind of searches users make on our site and what browsers, operating systems and computers they use. We may record mouse clicks and movements, screen scrolls as well as text input on the site.
The automatic marketing and remarketing tools used by Digia utilise third-party cookies. When a user visits our site, an individualised cookie linked to the visit is stored on the user’s web browser. If the user discloses personal information, for instance, by filling in a contact sheet or clicking links in email messages sent by Digia, an individualised cookie is linked to the personal information.
Digia uses partner services to produce customised network marketing content. Service providers may add cookies or web beacons to collect information from your visit to the Digia website and to provide you with customised and engaging communication produced by Digia. The data collected by the service provider is limited to the IP address and cannot be connected to an individual.
We will share topical information of Digia products and services by email with contacts in our customer and/or marketing register. At any time, you can use a link at the bottom of the email newsletter to remove your email address from your selected distribution lists. Email messages may contain cookies and web beacons, which will let us know if you have opened, read or deleted the message.
We use third-party network analytics services on the Digia website, such as Google Analytics. We use the information collected by the tool for the development and monitoring of web page use.
Our website has links to external services, such as buttons for sharing in Twitter and Facebook. They enable the service providers to install cookies on the user’s computer, which are no longer controlled by Digia.
Requirements pursuant to applicable current laws and regulations are kept up-to-date on this page. Digia does not send separate updates on data protection.
You have the right to ask us which personal information we have collected. All information you have provided, which can be used to identify you is processed in accordance with the registry extract.
We aim to keep the information correct, complete and up-to-date.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for further information on the use of your personal information or withdraw the permission to use it. You can cancel your subscription to marketing messages by following the instructions given in the messages.
These pages include material that is protected by trademark law, trade name law and copyright. The publishing, communicating or making available to the public, distributing, copying, transferring or modifying all or part of the content of the pages is prohibited without express prior written consent of Digia. The prohibition does not extend to private, non-commercial use. The use of press releases and other documents classified as public is permitted in public communications if the source for the information has been identified.
The material and the links on the pages are provided for information purposes only. Digia does not give any warranties, either expressed or implied, as to the availability of the pages, completeness or correctness of the information on the pages, or the accuracy or the fitness for a particular purpose of the pages or the content of the pages.
Digia shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damage arising out of the use of these web pages. In case the applicable jurisdiction does not allow the aforementioned limitation of liability, the liability of Digia is limited to the extent permitted by the applicable law.
Digia may include links to sites on the Internet that are owned or operated by third parties. Digia has no control over the content of such site and does not assume any responsibility for and will have not liability for damages arising out of any material published on such third-party sites. In addition, a link to a third party site does not imply that Digia endorses the site or the products or services referenced in such site.