We use Google Analytics to get a picture of how visitors use the site. Google records both traffic data and extended data from the Google Network, such as gender, age and interests. The statistics never store any personal information, but are designed to detect general patterns of use of web-based services.
Google Analytics creates the following Cookies:
- __utma is a permanent cookie that is used to distinguish users and sessions/visits. It is updated with each page view, and expires two years after it is added or last updated.
- __utmb is a session cookie that is used to calculate new sessions/visits. It is updated with each page view, and expires 30 minutes after it is added or last updated.
- __utmc is a session cookie used with “__utmb” to detect if a new visit to the site occurs (30 minutes of inactivity counted as a new visit). It expires when the browser is closed.
- __utmt is a session cookie that is used to calculate site speed. It expires 10 minutes after it is added.
- __utmz is a permanent cookie that is used to measure traffic sources and navigation on the site (such as which search engine is used to reach www.logico2.com). It expires six months after it is added or last updated.
The information stored in these cookies, including your computer’s IP address, is sent to Google’s servers. Google may transfer this information to third parties where required by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.
Prevent cookies in Google Analytics
If you want to prevent your browser from sending visiting information to Google Analytics, you can install an extension in your browser.
Google Analytics “Opt-out” Browser Add-on
Learn more about cookies on the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) website