Loki Privacy Policy


Loki exists to protect your privacy. Our technology doesn’t collect, store, or share your data.


Loki is a privacy company. We make tools that help you trade and communicate freely — and that means privacy is non-negotiable. 

Our applications — Lokinet, and Session — are all private by design. At all times we minimise the amount of data which is created, collected, or exposed when you use these applications. 

The Loki Website


Information we don’t collect

The Loki website never tries to link your website usage to your personal identity. 

No information is ever stored for any longer than 6 months. There is only one reason we ever collect data — to help improve the website 

We don’t think information older than 6 months is likely to help us develop the website, so old data is permanently deleted. The website is for you — the user. User experience is our number one priority, and as far as we’re concerned, privacy preservation is an important part of that experience.  

Information we do collect

Loki’s website stores data for two reasons: to make sure the website’s loading quickly, and to make sure that new design implementations are easy to use.

We use Cloudflare services in order to serve the Loki website. Cloudflare keeps HTTP request logs for Loki domains, which can be stored for up to 7 days. 

If you choose to subscribe to Loki’s email newsletter, your email will be stored. Our email campaigns are managed through option forms and Campaign Monitor. If you ever unsubscribe from our mailing list, your email will be deleted. 

We also use cookies to keep track of some information about how the website is used. Cookies are small files stored on your computer. They generally contain small amounts of information specific to the way you use the Loki website.

We do recommend removing your local cookies every now and then — you can do it in your browser. This is how to do it in Mozilla Firefox.

Google Analytics

_cfduid Set by CloudFlare. This cookie is used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis. It does not store any personally identifiable information. 

ect lang Used to store language preferences of a user.

ect PHPSESSID Native to PHP applications. Used to identify a users’ unique session ID for managing user sessions on the website. This is deleted when all browser windows are closed. 

ect fca_eoi_pagecount Set by Option Form to store the number of pages the visitor has seen. This is deleted when all browser windows are closed. 

ect_gid Installed by Google Analytics. Used to store website usage information. Data collected includes the number of visitors, visitor source, and pages visited in an anonymous form. This is stored for up to 24 hours. 

ect_ga Installed by Google Analytics. Used to calculate visitor, session, and campaign data for the site’s analytics report. Stores information anonymously by assigning a randomly generated number to identify unique visitors — as opposed to using identifying information such as IP address. This is stored for up to 2 years.

ect_gat_gtag_UA_113419980_1 Installed by Google Analytics. Used to distinguish users. This is stored for 1 minute. 

Crazy Egg Analytics

We use a web analytics service called Crazy Egg. It uses cookies that let us see if the website’s design is functioning well. These cookies are stored for the duration of short campaigns (2 months) to test the usability of design changes. Once a campaign has finished, we request that Crazy Egg deletes information on their servers. 

The data generated by these cookies is transferred to Crazy Egg’s servers in the USA. The Judicial Office has an account with Crazy Egg which can log and view information. Although Crazy Egg does collect IP addresses, we do not collect any personal data about the user. 

ect_ceir Installed by Crazy Egg Analytics. Stored for up to 5 years. 

To see a full list of cookies used by Crazy Egg, check it out here: https://www.crazyegg.com/cookies. 

Information we share

This one’s easy — we do not share or sell your data with third parties.

Get in touch!

This is the way the Loki website treats your privacy. If you would like more information, have suggestions about how we can better protect your privacy, or just want to say hello — please send us an email at [email protected].