Our policy on privacy is simple and clear; identities of users are none of our business. We never track or store any data that can be used to identify a particular person: no name, address or phone number, no email address, user name or IP address is recorded by our service. Instead we keep our users totally anonymous. Only a random number stored in a cookie tells us that the browser who visited a page was the same browser as the one who visited another page yesterday. The data can be collected for the purpose of advertising and can be shared with third parties. The third parties can map their cookies to data that can be used to identify persons, such as IP addresses.
Leiki is a member of EDAA, a European cross-industry initiative to enhance transparency and user control for online behavioural advertising (view the seal below). We are also integrated with Your Online Choices, a benchmark for companies committed to responsible advertising practices. Click here to manage your profile.
A typical profile consists of 50-200 weighted categories and looks like this (click on the image to view in full size):
Leiki is compliant with European General Data Protection Regulation. Key legal definitions in GDPR are Personal Data, which means data that can be identified to a natural person, and Data Processor, which is a company that processes Personal Data. By default Leiki’s data is completely anonymous and does not contain any identifiers of a natural person, and thus it is not Personal Data. Normally Leiki does not act as a Data Processor.
Some of Leiki’s customers can however have registries of Personal Data, for example publishers have subscriber databases and online data marketplaces (listed below under “Data Usage”) can track IP addresses. It is possible to set up a co-operation where Leiki’s anonymous data is sent to the customer, and the customer connects it with their Personal Data. Even though Leiki itself still does not have any personal identifiers, in such a case Leiki’s data becomes Personal Data and Leiki becomes a Data Processor. As the actual person registry is on the customer side, Leiki only works with them if the customer is fully compliant with GDPR regulations.
Leiki and our customers use the anonymous information stored in the Leiki cookie for the following purposes:
- Targeting of online advertising on web sites either directly or via the following global online advertising marketplaces:
- Oracle Data Cloud
- Customization and analytics of online services, such as publisher web sites.
- Data modelling, technology research, and development.
Oracle Data Cloud uses data stored in the Leiki cookie for targeting of online advertising, customization and analytics, audience data modelling, and additionally, for research and development purposes.
Manage your profile
To switch on or off online behavioral advertising for your browser, please visit http://www.youronlinechoices.
You can also clear the anonymous profile associated with your browser or permanently disable the anonymous tracking for Leiki services below:
- Clear your profile: This will reset your profile and start building a new one.
- Disable: This will remove your profile and prevent it being created again until you return and click Enable. Any personalized recommendations powered by Leiki technology will either disappear or they are replaced with non-personalized recommendations. Note that any recommendations that are not personalized but are based for example on the page context are not affected.
You can have different profiles for different sites or groups of sites. Disabling tracking here will disable it everywhere. Below you can see the profile that we have gathered about you based on browsing or using demos at Leiki.com:
Click here to view your detailed user profile
Transfer of your profile data
If you are an EU resident, we would like to inform you that we may transfer your anonymous profile data from your home country to other countries and organizations. If we transfer this data, for example to online advertising marketplaces, we will do so only when we have put in place appropriate safeguards, or if we have obtained your explicit consent for such a transfer.
Your rights to your data
You have the right to request access to your anonymous profile data. You may do so by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. We will deal with requests for your profile data within 60 days.
You also have the right to:
- Erase your profile data – see for instructions above.
- Restrict or object to the processing of your profile data.
If you wish to exercise any of the above rights, please contact us at email@example.com. We will provide you with instructions regarding the information (cookie) we need for you so that we are able to find the data in question. If you ask us to delete your data, we reserve the right to store the data we need to meet our legal and internal audit requirements.
Due to technical restrictions, your right to data portability is not applicable to your anonymous cookie profile.
(Last updated on 14 December 2018)