Cookie information

This website uses cookies. By using this website, you accept the website’s use of cookies, see below. On this page, you can find information on these cookies.

When you visit this website the first time, you will see a banner with information on cookies. If you click “OK” you accept the use of cookies. Should you wish to avoid cookies all together, you must block cookies in your browser’s settings. Though, you should be aware of that by blocking cookies cannot login or use other functions which require the website to remember your preferences.

1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer. Cookies may contain text and numbers, such as dates, etc. Cookies make it possible for a website to save specific information about the user so the website later can recognise the user or load this information. This can be login information, information about prior visits, and what parts of the website you have visited.

A cookie is not an application and does not contain virus or similar harmful code.

Cookies can only be loaded for the URL (website) they are saved from. Regular cookies which are saved from the website is typically saved from this URL you see in the browser’s URL line. But a website can also contain fragments of information which is retrieved from other URLs than the one in the browser’s URL line. This can be banner ads or analysis tools, but also more regular content. In this way cookies can also be saved for other URLs via the website you visit – so called third party cookies.

Some cookies (session cookies) are only saved in a browser session and are deleted when the browser is closed. Other cookies (persistent cookies) are saved for a defined period and are not deleted until then.

2. Which cookies do this website use and why?
Necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary for the website to provide a service which the end user explicitly has requested. For instance, this could be cookies which are necessary for making a shopping cart work.

Preference cookies
These cookies are used for ensuring the best user experience possible when visiting the website. For instance, this could be language choice or choices that make navigation easier. No personal data that could identify the user is collected by this type of cookie.

Videos embedded on the website is via YouTube. They use cookies to monitor what videos are played and how much of the video you have watched. These cookies are called Flash cookies.

Operation and optimisation cookies:
These cookies are used for the website’s operation. For instance, it is counting the numbers of visitors or other information for analyses. They are also used in connection with questionnaires. These cookies can only collect data about individual users in limited amounts.

Google Analytics:
We use Google Analytics to learn how our visitors use the website. The cookie collects data about your use (traffic data including your IP address), which is sent and stored on Google’s servers in the US. You can disable cookie from Google Analytics here:

Marketing – anonymous tracking across websites
These cookies are used to track users across several websites. These cookies are used to build profiles that show users’ search histories and which websites they have visited. These cookies collect data that contain specific information about the user. Anonymous data may be shared with third parties.

Add this:
With Add this, you can share the content of the website on social networks. When you share, Add this will use cookies to collect information about what websites you share and which social networks you share it to.

Cookies from Facebook are used to show a ”Like-button” and information about which of your Facebook friends ”like” us. Facebook also offers access to their statistics tool (Facebook Insights) which displays information about the use of Facebook.

Zopim Chat:
Zopim remembers which page you are on when you choose to use the chat function.

If you wish to see details of the cookies we use, see the bottom of the page.

3. How do I avoid the use of cookies on the website?

Every browser offers an option to block all cookies. Some browsers offer to make adjustments to only block cookies from some websites.

4. How do I delete my cookies?

You can always choose to block cookies by changing your browser settings. It depends on which browser you use where you change the settings. Though you should be aware that if you block all cookies there are many functions and services you cannot use, as they require the website to remember the choices you make.

You can delete cookies in your browser. You can find help in your browser or on their websites. Here is a list of links for guides to the most commonly used browsers:

Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Delete flash cookies in all browsers
iPad, iPhone, iPod touch
Android telefoner
Windows Phone 7

5. Further information and right to complain
Should you have any questions regarding this website’s use of cookies, want further information or have a complaint about this website’s use of cookies, please contact:

This website’s owner – see contact information in menu.

Google Inc.:
Add This: www.

Detailed description of cookies
This website uses one or more of the following cookies. Some services we use on the website may change the number of cookies and their names without our knowing, hence this list is not exhaustive.

Dynamicweb version 8:
ASP.NET SessionId:
Maintains the session with the sercver
Lifetime: Is deleted when you close the browser.

DW Extranet:
”DW Extranet” is a persistent cookie. It contains encrypted information about username and password to the extent that you use the website’s login function. This cookie remembers you when you return to the website so you do not need to login again.
Lifetime: The cookie has a lifetime of 1 month, and is deleted 1 month after you have last used the website’s login function.

”Dynamicweb.VisitDate” is a persisten cookie. It contains information about the date of your last visit on the website and is used for statistics.
Lifetime: The cookie has a lifetime of 1 year, and is deleted 1 year after you have last visited the website.

”Dynamicweb.VisitorID is a persistent cookie. It contains a uniqe ID you have been assigned by visiting the website. It is used for statistics.
Lifetime: The cookie has a lifetime of 1 year, and is deleted 1 year after you have last visited the website.

Google Analytics
This cookie from Google is used for measuring traffic on our website, and it tracks each user’s number of visits, the time for the first visit, prior visits and the current visit (probably partly to cross check the information).
Lifetime: Is deleted af 2 years.

This cookie is used for tracking how long the visitor approximately spends on a website: When a visit starts and when it approximately ends. If you look at this cookie’s status changes (for instance, by using firecookie), you will see that these change regularly.
Lifetime: Is deleted automatically when the browser and session is closed.

This cookie from Google is used for tracking traffic on our website and it tracks what category of visitor you belong to.
Lifetime: Is deleted automatically after 2 years.

This cookie from Google is used for tracking traffic on our website and it tracks where the visitor comes from (search engine, keywords, links)
Lifetime: Is deleted automatically after 180 days

datr, locale, reg_fb_gate, reg_fb_ref:
Facebook uses these cookies to activate certain functions and to know how their services are used.
Lifetime: Up to 2 years.

Add This
__atuvc, loc, dt, uid, uvc, psc:
This cookie is used by the “Add this” or “Share” function (sharing the website’s content to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Lifetime: Permanent. You must deleted this cookie yourself.

This cookie is used for playing embedded YouTube videos on the website.
Lifetime: From 6 months to 10 years.

zdash_status, zdash_wsid, ANAME,AEMAIL, __cfduid, __utma, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv:
The cookie is used for the chat function and registers what page on the website the user is viewing when they use the chat.
Lifetime: From 1 to 7 years.