1. What personal data we collect and why we do it
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website.
The purpose is to make the user experience better for you by having the website remember your settings, which pages you visited, log-in information such as user names, and other information that you have posted and want the website to remember so that you don't have to re-enter it.
It is voluntary for you when visiting the website to provide personal information in connection with services, such as receiving newsletters or filling in and submitting forms.
If you visit this website, we still collect de-identified information about your visit through Google Analytics . The purpose of this is to develop statistics that we use to improve and further develop the information offered on the websites. Example include how many people visit different pages on the site, how long the visit lasts, what websites users come from, and what web browsers are being used.
The data is processed in de-identified and aggregated form. By de-identified, we mean that we cannot track the information we collect back to the individual user. We collect the full IP address, but the IP address is de-identified so that only the first three groups of digits in the address are used to generate statistics. For example, if the IP address consists of the number 188.8.131.52, only 195.159.103. XX will be used. In addition, the IP addresses are processed at the aggregated level, meaning that all data is merged into one group and not processed individually.
Examples of cookies used for Google Analytics are:
_ga: will be deleted automatically after 2 years. Is used to distinguish users from each other.
_gid: will be deleted automatically after 24 hour. Is used to distinguish users from each other.
_gat: Automatically deleted after 1 minute. Used to allocate traffic/queries. When Google Analytics is distributed via Google Tag Manager, this information is called _dc_gtm _.
Media consumption: How to check which cookies are used on a website
Nettvett.no: How to Manage Cookies
When you contact us via the contact form on the website, the information you submit is stored behind a login on the website, and is available to the administrator and our data provider. Additionally, the information is sent to us by email. Sensitive information should not be sent by using the contact form, since the email with the data is unencrypted when sent. We store the information in our systems for as long as it is needed in order to provide the services you request.
Embedded content from other websites
Pages and articles on this site may have content (e.g. videos, images, articles, social media sharing, etc.) from other websites. Such embedded content from other sites works just as if you had visited the other sites.
2. Who we share your information with
Data submitted using the contact form on any of these services will be stored on a server belonging to our service provider. The data is covered by a confidentiality agreement and a data processing agreement.
3. How long do we store your data
4. Your rights
You can request that we delete all personal data we have about you. Contact us if you would like us to do this. However, this does not apply to data we need to store for administrative, legal, or security reasons.
If you have any questions about your digital privacy or how we otherwise process personal data that we collect through other channels, you are welcome to contact us.