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What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file we save unto your computer to keep track of what happens during your visit and help us recognize the computer. A cookie is not a program and does not contain viruses.
Cookies are necessary in order to make the website work as intended. Cookies also help us create a overview of your visit on the website, so we can continuously improve the site and cater to your needs and interests. Cookies remember the items you have placed in your shopping basket, whether you have visited the website earlier, logged in and your chosen language and currency. Cookies are saved locally in your browser and can easily be deleted should you want to do so. We use Google Adwords (and Facebook) to track the effect of ads on Google (and Facebook) and to tailor our commercials to be relevant for you.
These cookies are required for the website to deliver the service the end user have explicitly requested. It could for instance be the cookies used in making the shopping basket work.
These cookies are used to ensure the optimal user experience when using the website. It could for instance be cookies related to chosen language or other choices that make navigating the website easier. No personal identifiable data are collected with this type of cookies.
Operational and optimization cookies
These cookies are used in the operation of the website. For instance in keeping track of the number of visitors or other information used in analysis. They are also used in connection with questionnaires. These cookies can, to a limited extent, be used to collect data that can be attributed to a identifiable user.
We use Google Analytics to analyse how users use the website. The information collected by the cookie regarding your use (traffic data, including your IP address) is sent to, and saved on, Google’s servers in USA. You can opt out of the cookies used by Google Analytics by following this link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Marketing – anonymous tracking across websites
These cookies are used to follow users across different websites. These cookies can be used to construct profiles that show various users searches and which websites they have visited. These cookies can store data identifying the individual user, or data containing specific information about the user. Anonymous data can be shared with a third party.
Cookies from Facebook are used to show a Like button and information regarding which of your Facebook friends likes. Furthermore, Facebook gives access to a statistics tool (Facebook Insights) that show information regarding the use of Facebook.
Marketing – Targeted advertising
These cookies are used to follow search and reading habits. The information gathered is used to show individualized marketing content, such as advertisement banners. The use of these cookies can entail the storage and use of data attributable to an identifiable person to show individualized content and/or share this information with a third party to the same end. Any information stored by using these cookies can be sold on to a third party.
This is how you decline or delete your cookies.
You can opt out of cookies from Google Analytics here.
Cookies that you have formerly accepted, can easily be deleted at a later time. If you use a PC with one of the newer browsers, you can use the shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + Delete. Should the shortcut not work and/or are you using a MAC, first determine which browser you are using and click the link below.
If you are using multiple browsers, you have to delete the cookies from each of them.
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Safari 5.0
- Flash cookies (all browsers)
- iPhone, iPad and other Apple products
- Android phones
- Windows 7 phones
Questions and how to complain
If you have any comments or questions regarding our information and/or our use of personal information, please feel free to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to complain
The website is a part of the FDIH (Union of Danish Internet Commerce) cookie label and if you believe that the website is not compliant of the cookie rules, you are able to file a complaint with the FDIH.
Before you file your complaint to FDIH the following conditions must be met:
You have beforehand complained directly to the one responsible for the website in question with a detailed description of where and how the website does not comply with the danish guidelines.
Your complaint has been rejected or the offending content has not been remedied within 30 working days from the reception of the complaint.
If you meet the above conditions, you can file your complaint with FDIH at email@example.com.
The complaint must contain the following:
Your Email address
Your phone number
The websites address
A detailed description of the nature of the complaint
Documentation of your former complaint.
FDIH (Union of Danish Internet Commerce) will then process your complaint within a reasonable timeframe. If your complaint is upheld, the cookie label will be removed from the website.