Last updated 2022-04-21
Table of contents
- What are cookies?
- How do we process personal data?
- What categories of cookies do we use?
- What is mean by consent to Cookies?
- How do I delete cookies?
- Update of Cookie Notice
- Contact information
When you visit or interact with the Website, Cookies are used to store information in order to give you a better, faster, and more secure experience.
2. What are cookies?
A Cookie is a text file that collects information which the Website stores on your Device. Cookies cannot spread viruses or other malicious software. Cookies are used, among other things, to enable you to use the Website’s services, enable tracking your usage of the Website or to remember your preferences, e.g. language settings. Cookies do not record who you are or where you live, they may however record which websites you have visited on your Device.
There are different types of Cookies:
(i) Session Cookies: These are temporarily stored on your Device when you visit our Website and deleted when you close your browser.
(ii) Persistent Cookies: These are stored on your Device until they expire or until you remove them.
4. How do we process personal data?
We retain your Cookie information for up to 13 months after it was last activated (on your last visit to our Website).
5. Which categories of Cookies do we use?
We have divided our Cookies into three different categories. You can agree to all or certain categories of Cookies. By agreeing to a particular category, you accept all Cookies in that category. In the following you can read more about the different categories of Cookies we use and how we use the information collected through them.
You find the complete list of information about all Cookies used on the Website in the Cookie-settings.
Necessary Cookies enables the Website to carry out certain basic functions and cannot be rejected. They are used when you use a feature on the Website that needs an answer, e.g. when setting Cookie selection. These Cookies make it possible to navigate between different pages and set personal preferences, e.g. language. Necessary Cookies do not store any personal data.
Functional Cookies help the Website to offer better functionality and personalization. These Cookies are used e.g. to remember your previous choices when using our services (such as language setting). If you do not allow Functional Cookies, some or all of these services may stop working properly. You can choose to reject these Cookies in the Cookie banner.
Performance Cookies allow us to count the number of visits and referrals. They help us to know which pages are most frequently visited and how visitors navigate the Website, so that we can compile statistics and thus improve how content is presented on our Website. We save information about e.g. which links you have clicked on and which region you are in. The information collected by Performance Cookies is aggregated and therefore completely anonymous. You can choose to reject these Cookies in the Cookie banner.
6. What is meant by ’consent to Cookies’?
Regardless of whether the Cookies used on our Website involve the processing of personal data or not, we need your consent to place Cookies on your Device. You agree by accepting all or certain categories of Cookies in the Cookie banner that appears when you visit the Website. However, you may not opt out of the Necessary Cookies since they must be placed on your Device for certain services to work.
You can withdraw your consent to Cookies at any time, see section 8 for information on how to proceed.
7. How do I delete cookies?
You can refrain from giving consent to Cookies (except Necessary Cookies) and you may also withdraw your consent. This is done by changing the consent settings in the Cookie banner or in the Device’s browser. Note that changed Cookie settings take effect from the time of the change and do not affect previously collected information through Cookies.
In your browser settings, you can block all Cookies but the necessary ones. You can also, for instance, choose to only accept first-party cookies or choose to delete Cookies when you close your browser. Keep in mind that the restrictions of Cookies may affect the functionality of the Website.
Different browsers use different methods to handle Cookies. Follow the instructions below, directly from the browser manufacturer, to configure the settings in your browser. * If you have a Device with a newer browser, you can clear Cookies by using the following shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + Delete. Note that if you use multiple browsers, you need to clear cookies in all browsers you use.
After clearing Cookies in the browser, our Cookie banner will reappear, and you will have to make a new choice on whether or not to allow Cookies.
*These links go to third-party websites, over which we have no control – therefore, we cannot be held responsible for any errors in these.
8. Update of Cookie Notice
9. Contact information
If you have questions or comments about our Cookie Notice and/or processing of personal data, you are always welcome to contact us via e-mail email@example.com.