2. Who place cookies on the site?
3. Owner Information
4. What are cookies?
5. How long are cookies stored?
6. How to avoid and delete cookies
Required cookies that ensure technical features, such as logging in, adding items to a shopping cart, rejecting cookies or using social media from the page, such as sharing content from the page.
Preference cookies that remember your choices and settings.
Traffic measurement displaying, among other things, how many people visit our website.
Operating and optimization cookies that help us improve the user experience enabling us to analyze how the page is found and by which type of users.
Targeted marketing so we can customize and improve our marketing and make it more relevant to our users.
Anonymous tracking for cross-site marketing, uncovering what type and which patterns our users have.
2. Who puts cookies on the site?
1st party cookies are placed by:
3rd party cookies are set off:
3. Owner Information
This website belongs to:
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The website owner is responsible for Danish law for cookies or similar technologies in connection with the use of this website.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored locally on your device and allows you to access already stored information on your device. You can read more about cookies on the Danish Agency for Business Administration website here.
There is no personal information stored in our cookies and they cannot contain viruses.
Examples of what cookies can be used for
Cookies can be used to secure a particular feature, for example, log in information, content in a shopping cart, multimedia videos and social media plug-ins, etc. (required and preference cookies). They can also be used to measure the number of visitors (traffic metrics) and improve the user-friendliness of a page by analyzing how the web page is used (operation and optimization). Cookies can also be used to promote marketing for you to become more relevant (marketing, targeted advertising) or to find out what kind of profile and pattern users of the webpage have (analysis / marketing, anonymous tracking across websites ).
5. For as long as cookies are stored
Cookies can be permanent or so-called session cookies that delete themselves when you close your browser or after a certain amount of time (which may vary from hours to months or even years), but renewed on each visit.
Cookie life on this website
Some cookies on this site are permanent, ie. that you should delete them if you want them removed while some are session cookies that delete themselves when you close your browser.
Other cookies on the site are session cookies that have the following longer life (unless you delete them before they expire or renew):
Google Analytics cookies (traffic metric) - expires no later than two years.
6. How to avoid cookies
If you do not want to receive cookies from the website, you can select cookies from your browser. Information about this is available from the individual browser provider. However, this may mean that you may not be able to use our site in whole or in part.
See how to delete cookies in the most common browsers and devices: