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Protecting Your Data, Protecting Your Trust

Customizable privacy for you.  With Visitor Analytics, you have the power to control your data and protect your privacy. 

Choose from different privacy options that best suit your needs and preferences, while complying with the laws of your country.

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Built-In Privacy

We ensure privacy is built-in from scratch, regardless of the level of privacy you choose, so that your data is handled securely and in accordance with legal regulations.

We have chosen to adapt and set ourselves apart from other web analytics tools by implementing cookieless tracking.

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Used by European Institutions and Authorities

  • Belgium
  • Luxembourg
  • Portugal
  • Switzerland
  • Finland
  • Sweden

What It Means to You and
How it Works for You

We offer data privacy at different levels. You just need to elect your way in.

Depending on the laws on each country, Visitor Analytics enables you to set various levels of privacy for your visitors on specific websites.


Level 1

Default Privacy

Nothing about your website's visitors will be anonymized if this option is enabled.

The information will all be displayed by default inside the app, but you have complete control over which website data you track within the application: IP Address, Pages History, Returning Visitors, Visitor Location, and Screen Resolutions.

Level 2

Basic Privacy

Using the Basic Privacy mode, all of your visitors' IP addresses won't be saved or displayed in Visitor Analytics.

Any previously stored data up until the point of activation will be deleted and cannot be recovered.

Level 3


By enabling this level of privacy, you can anonymize your visitors' IP addresses as well as their exact path through your website. 

You will not be able to see which pages they visited and when, only how many pages they spend time on during their session on your website.

Level 4

Complete Protection

You are providing the highest level of data protection for your visitors with Complete Protection mode.

This level also anonymizes other aspects in addition to everything that is anonymized when utilizing the previous levels.

Data is collected in an aggregated form and it’s not linked to visitors’ personal info.

Data Protection and Privacy

Data Privacy is our top priority. There are specific laws and guidelines governing data privacy in each country or region. We ensure that our tool complies with all privacy regulations by staying up to date with data privacy laws.


We capture every visit no matter if the user has blocked cookies. But if you want to be fair, you ask for consent if you don't use the Complete Protection. So there are 2 options: 1. you use one of the first 3 Privacy Modes but you might lose some stats (since you ask for consent and not all visitors will offer it to you) or 2. you give up some information about the visitors, but you surely have the exact number of visits on your site.

Only if the country you live in requires you to ask for consent from your users (for instance EU countries that have GDPR laws in place), yes, you need to ask your visitors for consent (if you want to be fully honest and GDPR compliant, of course you could choose not to, but we do not take legal responsibility for your actions). Also this is up to you how you set it up on your website. You can include the Visitor Analytics as a cookie choice in your banner with a toggle (even if it does not use cookies, it's the same principle when it comes to asking for consent). You also need to find a way to stop our script from being run until the user has accepted you to track them (again, only something you could do from your end). Only when using the Complete protection you do not need to ask for consent, because our app is not storing personal information (considered by GDPR as being personal) about the visitors. So, in order not to complicate things and implement solutions to only run the script of our app if the user has chosen "Yes", we highly recommend users to use Complete Protection, in countries where GDPR or similar regulations are in place.