Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. The table below explains the cookies we use and why. For transparency we also decided to add tracking solutions which use other methods of identifying you e.g. via server logs or your browser local storage.
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Actioncy uses Simple Analytics to understand the popularity of our pages over time, the countries our users come from, the distribution of hardware used to access our page and the referrer that visitors origin from.
Simple Analytics honours the "Do Not Track" settings of your browser.
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This information is used to identify logged in users, enable them to stay logged in and verify actions are taken with sufficient permissions (e.g. upvote / downvote, submission of suggestions/feedback etc.)
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We use Sentry to monitor the technical functionality and occurrence of bugs experienced by our users on our web frontends (planner application, directory section of the site) and the corresponding applications' backends. In case of an error we are collecting IP addresses, time of access, the email address of logged in users (to contact them in case we can't reproduce an error) and request data. Request data may include information that was sent by the user's client to our systems e.g. campaign data.
How Sentry complies with GDPR
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