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Use of cookies

We use cookies
A cookie is a small text file that is temporarily stored on your hard drive. Cookies are used by virtually all websites, and in some cases cookies are the only way to get a website to function as intended.

A cookie contains a randomly generated ID that makes it possible to recognize your computer and gather information about which pages and features are visited with your browser. But cookies can not see who you are, what you name or where you live. The cookie file is passive and can not spread computer viruses or other malware.

Cookies for statistics
When you visit our website, we automatically detect your actions in Google Analytics through cookies. When you open our newsletter, we record your actions in our CMS. We use this information solely to understand how our users use website and newsletters to improve and optimize them. This information can only be accessed by relevant employees.

Cookies for marketing and research
We also use cookies to deliver targeted ads on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Google. The same applies to questionnaire surveys, analyzes and the like. For all promotional formats, we will determine whether you click on the delivered ads.

Reject or delete cookies
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where to find the settings depends on which browser you are using. However, be aware that if you decline cookies, there are many features and services you can not use because they require the site to remember the choices you make.

Guides in deleting cookies from the most common browsers
• Instructions for deleting cookies on Microsoft Internet Explorer
• Instructions for deleting cookies on Mozilla Firefox browser
• Guide to deleting cookies on Google Chrome browser
• Instructions for deleting cookies on the Opera browser
• Guide to deleting flash cookies (applies to all browsers)
• Find more instructions here

Do you want to know more
Read more about cookie rules on the Danish Business Agency's website

Last revised on 25.05.2018