Cookie Policy

Definition of “cookie”

A cookie, also known as an HTTP cookie, web cookie, or browser cookie.
A cookie is a text file that the website you visit may save on your computer, tablet or mobile phone and  collects information about such as IP numbers and your choices and activities on our website. Any settings you make for the website is saved for your next visit. Cookies are also used to keep statistics and measure the traffic to the website.
This means that in the future we can develop and improve our service and our services.

If you want more information about cookies or the Electronic Communications Act, you can visit the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency’s website here.

Browsing on RLS Global AB/Chlorasolv Academy websites

RLS Global does not gather any personal information or information related to any individual via cookies. The only information collected is gathered using a cookie ID (a number of approx. 20 characters) plus a country ID. This means that RLS Global will only be able to use statistical data that relate to groups of people, but will in no way be able to identify any individual or information or site activity related to any individual.

Personal information is only gathered via forms on the site, in which the user actively enters information and sends this to RLS Global. In this case RLS Global still respects and obeys the laws and regulations relating to gathering and storing personal information. Please refer to the Privacy Policy.

What is the gathered information used for?

The cookie collected information is used to help RLS Global understand its visitors and how they interact with the website. All information is anonymous, but tracks trends such as the users trail through the website.

Which information is gathered?

The information gathered by the cookie is defined by Google Analytics and is information such as:

  • Time of current site visit.
  • If and when the site was last visited by the user.
  • From which site did the user come to the RLS Global/ChloraSolv Academy website (note that first party cookies do not share information across sites).
  • IP address, which again is used to identify information like country, state, city (this is known as IP geolocation). The cookie does not collect information like name, email or other address or billing information.
  • Also the Google Analytics Terms of Service clearly prohibits any Analytics customers from gathering information that associate personal information with Google Analytics information.

Cookie gathered information is stored by Google. Read more about the Google Privacy Policy.

First-party and third-party cookies

On our website, we use both first-party cookies and third-party cookies. Cookies that we place on our website are called first-party cookies. We also use cookies from Google Analytics, which are so-called third-party cookies. Google Analytics collects information about how visitors can use the website and how long visitors can have on the website. No additional information that can identify visitors is passed on to third parties. Information submitted to Google Analytics may be stored on Google’s servers in the United States. To prevent cookies from being collected via Google Analytics, it is possible to install Google’s own tools Google Analytics Opt-Out in your browser, read more about this. The extension is available for the Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Opera browsers.

Cookies used at RLS Global:

Name Type, information collected and cookie function Thinning time Disclosure of information to third parties 
_ga Google Analytics. Used to distinguish users 2 years Google gets access to the information that the cookie has collected.