This page gives you an overview on what tools BeSafe.com uses to track the usage of the website. We also explain why we do so.
All information gathered on BeSafe.com is anonymous. We can not identify you as a person.
What do you mean by “tracking”?
Every visit made to BeSafe.com is tracked and stored anonymously. This means that we can look at information from site usage and analyse the content.
BeSafe does so to create a better service and user journey. For us to give you the best possible experience when on the site, we need to understand what we can do better.
You can compare this to for example a museum where visitors walk around looking at the exhibit. The person in charge of positioning the art pieces notices that very few people are visiting one of the exhibit rooms. He analyses the visitor movements, and takes action. He puts up a sign leading visitors into the room, and the problem is solved.
For us it’s the same. If we have an interesting article or product that you could be interested in, we need to understand how we can guide you in the right direction.
To get a better understanding of who visits the site, we also track different data, like what country and city a visitor is in, what age group he or she belongs to and what articles or products that person is visiting.
This and similar information can not identify you in any way.
Important! If you do not want any website to track you, it is possible to do so in your browser settings.
The storing of this kind of tracking information is often referred to as “cookies”. For a full list of what cookies BeSafe.com uses, you can for example search for our domain at this page.
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This website uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous information such as the number of visitors to the site, and the most popular pages.
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