Browser cookies

Most webpages today use browser cookies. With effect from and including 1st of July 2013, all Norwegian webpages using such cookies were obliged to collect consent from their users, allowing the sites to store cookies on the user’s device, in accordance with the Electronic Communications Act, §2-7b.

By using our webpage, you give your consent to us storing cookies in your browser.

A browser cookie is a small text file, stored locally on the user’s unit when a webpage is accessed. The cookie may have a range of functions. The information stored may contribute to customising the webpage and improving the user’s experience of the page. When visiting a webpage, the cookie asks for permission to be stored on your device. Most modern browsers accept cookies automatically, but the user may at any time withdraw the consent. This is done through administering the settings for browser cookies in the relevant browser. Many webpages, including this one, will not function properly without the user’s consent.

Third parties
We engage Google Analytics to monitor the activity on our different sites and then optimise our webpages using this information. Google places browser cookies to collect information on our webpage traffic. The cookies sample anonymous information about the sites visited by the user, the webpage the user arrived from, the webpage the user left our site for, the duration of the visit, a rough estimate of the user’s position and which types of operating system and device are used.