What are cookies?
Cookies are small sets of data saved in the user's computer. They help us improve the usability of tax.fi, and in addition, they allow us to offer more tailored information content to taxpayers.
What information is collected?
We collect information on how the users use the site, including:
- the number of users for the entire site and for specific pages within the site
- the average length of page views
- the browsers and operating systems used
- the frequency of various keywords
- the previous site where the user had visited before going to tax.fi
The purpose of our data collection is to analyse user numbers, the variations in how interesting the content of the site seems to be for the users, and the ways they use the site during their visits, as well as to generally improve our site.
Can users be identified?
We do not collect the type of user information in Piwik Pro that would make it possible to identify a user. In addition, we do not connect tax.fi user information to any information stored from your logins to the Tax Administration's e-services or other personal information that may be otherwise processed by the Tax Administration.
Can I reject the cookies?
If you do not accept cookies, you can change the settings of your web browser to reject cookies. Go to the Settings window of your browser and enable “Do not track”. Please read the instructions on commonly used browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome.