The website uses ”cookies”, which are text files which are saved on your computer, tablet or smartphone for the purpose of recognising it, remembering settings, making statistics and targeting ads. Cookies also make it possible to individualise the use of our website, improving your user experience. Cookies cannot contain damaging code or virus. It is possible to delete or block cookies. For example, see instructions: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering If you delete or block cookies, ads might be less relevant for you and occur more often. You may also risk that the website does not work properly and that there is content to which you cannot get access.
This cookie declaration shows precisely which cookies the website uses, who receives the data and what the data is used for.The cookie declaration has been reviewed on the 4 June 2018.
1. Owner information
This website is provided and managed by:
2. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, smartphone or other digital device in order to recognize it. There is no personal information stored in our cookies and they may not contain viruses.
3. How to delete or block cookies
You will find a guide here: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering
4. Cookie types and their purpose
|Purpose||First-party cookies||Third-party cookies|
|Ad execution (frequency, user measurement, etc.)||No||No|
|Behavior-based individually targeted advertising||Yes||No|
5. First-party cookies on this website
|gaTrackTrans||Deleted when you close your browser window||Contains a true / false value that determines whether an eCommerce transaction should be tracked to Google Analytics when loading the receipt page in the checkout process.|
|eDisableInpageModalCart||Deleted when you close your browser window||Contains a true / false value that determines whether a modal window should be displayed each time an item is added to the shopping cart.|
|eInpageModalCartID||Deleted when you close your browser window||Contains a value that determines whether a modal window has been displayed.|
|VisitorID og VisitDate||1 year||Used for traffic analysis.|
|DW_Extranet||30 days||Login cookie which can also remember your username and password.|
|ASP.NET_SessionId||Deleted when you close your browser window||Used for anonymous traffic analysis.|
6. Third party cookies
Google Search Settings
7. Use of personal information
Personal information is never given to third parties, unless you expressly consent to this, and we never collect personal information without you giving us this information via forms on the website.
Contact regarding personal information
If you want access to the information registered about you at [company name], you must contact email@example.com. If incorrect data has been registered, or if you have other objections, you can contact the same place. You have the opportunity to gain insight into what information has been registered about you, and you can object to a registration in accordance with the rules in the Personal Data Act.
Protection of personal data
According to the Personal Data Act, your personal information must be stored securely and confidentially. We store your personal information on computers with limited access, which are located in controlled facilities. However, we cannot guarantee 100 percent security for data transfers over the Internet. This means that there may be a risk that others will unjustifiably force access to information when data is sent and stored electronically. You thus provide your personal information at your own risk.
The rapid development of the Internet means that changes in our processing of personal data may become necessary. We therefore reserve the right to update and change these guidelines for the processing of personal data. If we do, we will of course correct the date of "last updated" at the bottom of the page. In the event of significant changes, we will notify you in the form of a visible notice on our websites.
To the extent that personal data about you is processed, you have the right under the Personal Data Act to be informed which personal data can be attributed to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is incorrect or misleading, you have the right to demand that it be corrected, deleted or blocked. You may at any time object to the fact that information about you is being processed. You can also revoke your consent at any time. You have the opportunity to complain about the processing of information and data concerning you. Complaints are submitted to the Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. section 58 (1) of the Personal Data Act. 1.
Last updated 15. Dec 2020