Information about cookies

Cookies are information that we store on your computer/browser. Unless you have made settings against this in your browser, our system will issue cookies to your computer when you use the website.

This data allows us to make it easier for you to log in and use the website on future visits. They also allow us to monitor the traffic on the website and eventually be able to adapt the content in relation to its use.

You can refuse to accept cookies by activating a setting on your browser that allows you to refuse to accept cookies. However, if you do this, it is possible that you will not be able to use some of the features of the website. Unless you have adjusted your browser settings so that it will not accept cookies, our system will issue cookies when you log in to the website. Note that our advertisers may also use cookies, and we have no control over these.

Remember that cookies do not contain confidential information such as address, phone number or credit card information. We do not exchange cookies with any third-party websites or external data providers.

The browser also generates information, including the language in which the website is displayed and your IP address. An IP address is a set of numbers assigned to your computer during an Internet session every time you connect to the Internet through the Internet provider or network you use (for example, if you connect to the Internet from a computer at work). Your IP address is automatically logged by our servers and used to collect traffic data about the users of our websites. We do not use the IP address to identify you personally.

Internal (Made by Uni Micro Web AS)
ASP.NET_SessionId: Session key. Session is used on the server to save the shopping cart, logged-in status and other values ​​that must be remembered when the user navigates the website
PublishingSilver: Session key. Only to remember logged in status.
PreferredCurrency: In online shops that have currency support, we store the preferred currency when this is selected by the end user.
PreferredLocale: In websites that have language support, we store the preferred language when this is selected by the end user.
resolution: Used on websites with responsive design to report to the server what the end user's screen resolution is.

Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to analyze user behavior on our websites. This is not traceable back to you as an end user, but shows figures for everyone who visits us and who can help us adapt the website to actual use.

__utmz: sees where you came from to get to our website (search engine, keyword, link, etc.).
__utma: keeps track of how many times you have visited our pages, so that we can see how many users we have who are visiting for the first time and how many visit our pages more often.
__utmb and __utmc: keeps track of how long you have been on our pages and whether you have visited us before. These are deleted when you leave our pages.
__utmv: used to keep order of any variable data that is to be measured, but is not in active use.

Detailed information:
Use of Cookies in Google Analytics
Types of cookies used by Google

Google AdWords
Short explanation: 
Detailed information: 

AddThis (Buttons for sharing to social media)
General info:

Detailed info from AddThis:
- __atuvc – ensures that your client/browser to ensure that you see the updated count if you have part counters equal to something.
- uid – Unique ID that is generated as a user identification for your machine.
- di/dt – Maintains the cookies and helps maintain their expiration date.
- bt – To model user interest.
- uvc – To see how often you see an AddThis user.
- ssc/psc/uvc – Used to keep track of user sharing and social activity.
- loc - Geolocation, Used to help other websites know from which geographic location the user is sharing information.
- uss/ups – Used to monitor the user's preferred sharing preferences.
- ssh/sshs – Used to optimize the sharing setting for the user.

Facebook Pixel / Facebook Custom Audience

We use the Facebook pixel to be able to present interest-based advertisements to you on Facebook. The collected data is transferred to Facebook in encrypted format and is completely anonymous to us.

Future changes
We reserve the right to change which services and cookies we use on our website.

This is how you can delete cookies in the browser

1. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
2. Select Tools.
3. Select Clear log.
4. In the dialog box, tick the types of information you want to remove.
5. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select the dawn of time to delete everything.
6. Click on Clear log.

Internet Explorer:

Internet Explorer 9.x:
1. Click the Tools button (the icon that looks like a gear). If you don't see the menu, press the Alt key on your keyboard to display the menus.
2. Select Security from the drop-down menu.
3. Select Delete browsing history.
4. Uncheck Preserve data for websites in Favorites.
5. Check Temporary Internet Files.
6. Click Delete.

Note: It may take several minutes to clear the cache history.

Internet Explorer 8.x:
1. Click on the Security menu. If you don't see the menu, press the Alt key on your keyboard to display the menus.
2. Select Delete browsing history.
3. Uncheck Preserve data for websites in Favorites.
4. Check Temporary Internet Files.
5. Click Delete.

Note: It may take several minutes to clear the cache history.

Mozilla Firefox:
1. Click the Tools menu.
2. Select Delete log.
3. Select All in the Delete time range drop-down menu.
4. Check the Buffer box.
5. Click on Delete now.


Safari for Mac OS X:
1. Click on the Safari menu.
2. Select Clear cache.
3. Click Clear.

Safari 5.x for Windows:
1. Click Settings.
2. Select Settings from the drop-down menu.
3. Click on Privacy.
4. Click Clear all website data in the Cookies and other website data section.
5. Click Remove Now.
6. Close the Settings dialog box.

1. Click the Tools menu.
2. Select Delete private data from the drop-down menu.
3. Click Details.
4. Select Empty the entire buffer, and uncheck any rows you do not want to empty.
5. Click Delete.

If a browser is not listed here, you will find in all browsers a "help" function where you can find information on how to possibly delete them.