Cookies

This website uses cookies to gather data which may include personal data from your browser when you use the site. We use a series of methods such as cookies and pixel tags to gather data about:

 

  1. IP address
  2. Personal cookie-identifier, cookie data and data whether your unit has software which can access certain functions
  3. Personal unit identifier and type of unit
  4. Previously visited sites
  5. Data on your activity on our site such as click history
  6. Time of access and reference-URLs

Third parties may also gather data from websites using cookies, third party plugins and -widgets. These third parties gather their data directly from your browser, and their handling of the data is subject to their privacy policy.

We use cookies and pixel tags to track how our clients use our website and to understand their settings (e.g. country- and language settings). This enables us to deliver our services to our clients and to improve their online experience. We also use cookies and pixel tags to gather general data on traffic and interaction with the website and to identify trends and gather statistics to improve our site. We use three categories of cookies on our website:

  • Functional: These cookies are necessary for the basic functionality of the site and therefore always active. Functional cookies make it possible e.g. for the site to remember you while you browse the site during a single session or from visit to visit if you prefer.
  • Performance: Performance-cookies gives us the option to improve the functionality of the site by tracking how it is used.
  • Social media and advertisement: Cookies used fir integration with social media offers the opportunity to connect with your social networks and share content from our website through social media. Marketing cookies (from third parties) gather data which allow us to tailor adds to your interests on our site as well as outside our site. If you deactivate marketing cookies you may see advertisements which are not as relevant for you, or you may be unable to connect with Facebook, Twitter and other social media, and/or you may be unable to share content on social media.

If you would like a comprehensive and updated overview of each third party cookie which accesses your browser, we recommend you install a plugin to your browser designed for this purpose. You may also choose to have your computer warn you each time a cookie is sent, or you can choose to deactivate all cookies. This cane be done under settings in each browser and units. All browsers are different so look in your browser’s Help function to find the right way to change your cookie settings.