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- Your privacy is important to us
- You can avoid cookies
- You have the right to complain
- Third party services
- Cookies we use if you consent
- Cookies that are essential for enabling you to use the website
Your privacy is important to us
To protect your privacy, we have taken measures to avoid identifying you when you use the website or receive our newsletters. For instance, we mainly use an encrypted version of your IP-address. This measure is done in order to avoid the possibility to identify who you are. When information that can be connected to you as an individual, directly or indirectly, is processed, we will inform you about this in our privacy policies that you can find here.
Certain cookies (so-called “persistent cookies”) will be stored on your browser even in- between sessions, while other cookies (so-called “temporary cookies” or “session cookies”) only are used temporarily. We limit the storage period as much as possible and prefer to use session cookies when it is possible. The usage period for each cookie is listed in the tables below.
You can avoid cookies
- Through the settings in your browser, you can block cookies. If you do so, your browser will automatically deny storage of these cookies or inform you each time that a server requests to use such cookies.
- You can choose not to consent to our use of certain cookies.
- After using the website or receiving our newsletters, you can check and delete the persistent cookies that have been placed on your browser. To help you do this, we have when possible stated the name of each cookie in the tables below.
You can delete cookies in your browser. If you block or delete cookies necessary for the functionality of the website, all functions on the website will not work as intended and you will not be able to use all functions on the website. In the tables below, we explain what happens if you block or delete different cookies. We will also describe which cookies are necessary for the functionality of the website in the tables below.
You have the right to complain
Third party services
The use of third party services means that your personal data risks being transferred outside the EU/EEA in some cases. In our privacy policies, we explain what it means for the information to be transferred outside the EU/EEA.
Cookies we use if you consent
The following cookies are only used if you have consented, i.e. they are not strictly essential for enabling you to use the website or receive our newsletters. You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us.