This directive contains the rules regarding information about and consent to cookies stored on your computer.
When you visit this website, you automatically receive one or more cookies.
What is a cookie? A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser and recognized by the website on return, enabling us to send personal information to your browser. A cookie can contain text, numbers or e.g. a date, but no personal information is stored in a cookie. It is not a program and cannot contain a virus.
How long do we store cookies? The cookies sent to you from this website are stored for a maximum of 24 months from your last visit. Each time you visit the page again, the period is extended. The cookies in question will therefore be stored for a maximum of 24 months from your last visit to our website.
How do I avoid cookies? Rejection of cookies: You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. How you find these settings depends on your browser. You should be aware that if you choose to reject cookies, there may be features you cannot use because these features and services require the website to remember the choices you make. Deleting cookies: Cookies that you have previously accepted can be easily deleted afterwards. If you are using a PC with a recent Internet browser, you can delete your cookies using the keyboard shortcut: CTRL + SHIFT + Delete. If the shortcut does not work, or if you use a MAC, you can start by finding out which browser you are using and then clicking on the relevant link: Remember: If you use several Internet browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them.
Cookies from business partners: In this section you will find an overview of which business partners send cookies via our website and have access to information collected via cookies sent from our website. – Sleeknotes: Cookies from Sleeknotes are, among other things, is used for information about whether you have signed up for the newsletter, whether you are in a new session and which website lets you get to our website.
Google: Cookies from Google are used for statistics. These cookies are not used to record personal information, unless you expressly give your permission. Data can be passed on to third parties in anonymized form with the aim of targeting marketing and obtaining better knowledge about users of the separate websites and the Danish market in general. Information may also be passed on to third parties if this is required by law.