1. In general
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2.1 What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser and is recognized by the website on repeat visits and which allows individualized information to be sent to your browser. A cookie may contain text, numbers or e.g. a date, but no personal information is stored in a cookie. It is not a program and it cannot contain viruses.
2.2 How long do we store cookies?
The cookies sent to you from this website will be stored for a maximum of 24 months from the last time you visited the site. Each time you visit our website, the period is extended. The cookies in question are therefore stored for a maximum of 24 months from your last visit to our website.
2.3 How do I avoid cookies?
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can block all cookies, delete existing cookies from your computer or receive a warning before a cookie is saved. For more information on how to avoid cookies, click this link: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandling
The link provides a guide for the most common and used browsers, but some will not be mentioned. You can usually use the help feature in your browser to learn more about cookie settings. You typically do this by pressing F1 on your PC. Search for “cookies”.
2.4 What are cookies used for on our websites?
2.5 Cookies from our partners
In this section you will find an overview of which partners send cookies via our website and have access to information collected via cookies sent from our websites.
These cookies are not used for the registration of personal data, unless you explicitly consent to this.
Data can be disclosed to third parties in anonymized form for the purpose of targeting marketing and gaining better knowledge about users on the individual websites and the Danish market in general. Information may also be disclosed to third parties if required by regulatory requirements.