HereTask offers a clear and user-friendly website with information relevant to you. To make this possible, we use technologies to collect, process and sort non-personal information about how you and other visitors use our website.
We collect this information using cookies and your computer IP address. The information does not reveal anything about your identity and does not allow us to contact you personally. When you visit our website, your personal security is an important part of our customer policy. We comply with all rules in the Personal Data Act.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file of information that a website stores permanently on your computer's hard drive. The cookie means that the website can recognize your computer and is used to improve user-friendliness. One cookie does not give access to personal information about you and cannot be used to track your identity.
Another type of cookie is called a session cookie. They are temporarily attached to your computer when you visit the website but are deleted again when you close the page. That is, they are not permanently stored on your harddisk.
Can I opt out of cookies?
However, you must be aware that you run the risk that functions on our website no longer work well if you reject our cookies.
If you do not want to use a website with cookies, even if you know about the security, you can close the page down.
Does HereTask use information about my IP address?
Even if you have chosen to reject cookies, most websites can see your visit via your IP address. The IP address is a number automatically associated with your computer when you use the Internet.
Your IP address leaves only non-personal information, and we use it exclusively for statistical purposes.
Contact by email
We point out that the emails you send via HereTask services are sent unencrypted — the emails you receive from HereTask are also sent unencrypted.
Contact us if you have any doubts
If you have any questions or comments about your visit to the HereTask website, you are welcome to contact us.