Cookies & Google Analytics
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With new EU regulation on information collection and privacy, many people wonder what "cookies" are. Here you will find information about cookies.
By using this website you agree that we can set cookies in your browser. "Cookies" / "cookies" are a standard technology that almost every website uses today.
A cookie is a small text file that is placed in your browser's internal memory, and it allows us to keep track of what you put in your shopping cart, what products are presented, whether you are logged in or not, and give us statistics that we use to make our website better for our users.
Most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings so that cookies are not accepted.
Please note that if you do not accept cookies, it will cause many websites to not work optimally. Like most other websites, we collect information automatically and store it in log files on our servers. This is information such as IP addresses, the type of browser used on our pages, operating systems, date and time of visit, and some navigation data. We use the information we collect to analyze trends so that we can make our website better for you who visit us online. The information is only intended to be processed internally by us. We never store information that can identify you personally.
Types of Cookies
When you visit our website, 4 different types of cookies can be placed on your device. These 4 types are: First-party cookies, Third-party cookies, Session and Persistent cookies.
First-party cookies are cookies that are placed on your device (PC, tablet, mobile, etc.) directly by us. Such cookies may include other cookies, such as session and persistent cookies (explained below). We use first-party cookies to track the movements of your device through our website, for example for marketing and analytical purposes.
Third-party cookies are cookies placed on your device by our commercial partners. These too may include other cookies, such as session and persistent cookies (explained below). Our commercial partners use third-party cookies for a variety of targeted purposes, for example, to allow the advertising that they think suits you best to be selected and sent to your device, based on past activities on your device on the Internet. Lær hvordan det uttales
The period between the time you open your browser and the time you close your browser is called a browser session. Session cookies are cookies that are placed on your device during such a browser session, but which expire and are normally deleted at the end of a browser session.
We and our commercial partners use session cookies for various purposes, including to track the use of our site during a simple browser session and to help you use a page more effectively. For example, session cookies are used to remind us that your device is logged on to our website.
Persistent cookies are cookies that are placed on your device during a browser session but remain on your device after the end of the browser session. Persistent cookies allow our website to recognize your device when used to access our website again after a browser session has expired and a new browser session has begun, primarily to help you quickly log in to our website again.
Persistent cookies are also used, both by us and our commercial partners, for analytical purposes. Persistent cookies remain effective for defined time periods. Typically, persistent cookies, placed on your device when visiting our website, will remain effective from 1 day to 5 years. This way you can delete cookies in your browser If you are using a browser or version that is not listed here, go to the browser help center for the appropriate instructions, or click the browser's "Help" feature. We repeat that you will have trouble using this site optimally, as well as most other websites, if you do not accept cookies!
We use anonymize IP, a feature that prevents an individual user from being identified. Google uses this information to evaluate the use of the site, compile site activity reports for the site owner, and to provide other services related to site activities and the use of the Internet. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if required. law or in cases where third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP address with any other information Google has. Our web pages use Google Analytics to analyze the use of the web pages. We get information about which pages are most visited, which pages the users come from, at what times the pages are most visited, etc.