Cookies & Privacy Policy

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small data file that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit the website. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences over a period of time. There is no personal information saved in our cookies and they cannot contain any virus.
You can reject the use of cookies in your browser. For information on how to delete or block cookies, follow this link: How to clear cache and cookies

Why do we have cookies in our website?

We use cookies to help improve user experience. Cookies are necessary to get the website to work, and they provide us with statistics and information about how many visitors our site has and how they act on the site. Thereby we can continually optimize our website to suit our visitors’ needs and interests. Cookies identify every browser as unique, but browsers are always anonymous.
Furthermore, our website sets a cookie to remember if you agreed to our cookie policy, so you don’t have to agree next time you visit.

Third party cookies

Our website uses third party cookies from:

Google Analytics
Google Analytics provides us with statistics about visitors and their actions on the website. This helps us to understand our visitors and to improve the user experience. Google Analytics sets cookies to distinguish users and sessions. Each user is identified as unique, but no personal information is retrieved, and users are always anonymous.

We use YouTube to host our videos and show them on the website.

You have the possibility of sharing our news content on LinkedIn. Once LinkedIn opens in a new tab or window, you are entering their domain and they might set cookies. Please visit LinkedIn’s cookie Policy to learn more.

Personal data

Personal information is never shared with third party unless you explicitly consent. We do not gather any personal information without you providing these data through registration on our webpage (for example by filling out a contact form). To the extent that we have personal information about you, you are, according to The Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data, entitled to know which personal information relates to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is incorrect or misleading, you are entitled to claim these corrected, deleted, or blocked. You may at any time object to information about you being used and you may at any time revoke your consent. You have the opportunity to complain about the handling of information and data relating to you – complaints should be admitted to The Danish Data Protection Agency (Datatilsynet).