Privacy and Cookies

What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file that is stored on and on later visits, downloaded from, the visitor’s computer or computer-like devices, for example. mobile phones. The cookie is saved in connection with the files used by the computer’s browser or corresponding application. The computer user can easily access, block and remove stored cookies if desired.

It is very common for websites to use cookies because they are often used for basic functions.

We recommend you to read http://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/partners/.

First and third party cookies.
The first party cookies are set by the site directly invoked by the user when this specifies the site’s address by entering text or clicking a link.
Third party cookies often come from ads on the site the user has called. The ads, in turn, are then retrieved from an external website. Third party cookies are also set by web analytics and traffic measurement providers that the site employs to allow independent businesses to measure and evaluate visitors. The measurements are used to validate the site’s data to advertisers on the number of visitors, the size of traffic, reaching audiences, and campaign outcomes.

This is how Nordic Asa community using cookies.
We use so-called cookies from first party and third party cookies. From first-party cookies, there are WordPress Cookies, which works so that when someone comments on an article, etc. it stores cookies on your computer. This is a mere convenience for the visitor, so the visitor will not have to re-enter all their information when they want to leave a comment. Three cookies are set for comments: comment_author, comment_author_email and comment_author_url. Just these cookies are set to expire a little over a year from being stored.

This site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, text files stored on your computer, to analyze how users use the site. The information generated by such cookie through the use of the web page is usually transferred to a Google server in the United States and stored there. When activating IP anonymization on this site, the IP address will be truncated within the Member States of the European Union or other parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases, the complete IP address is sent to a Google server in the United States, where it is shortened. On behalf of the operator of this site, Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the web page, compile reports of activities on the web page, and provide others with website and internet-related services to the site operator. It is sent by the browser as part of the Google Analytics IP address is not associated with other data held by Google. Use of cookies can be prevented by selecting certain settings on your browser; However, we note that in this case, where applicable, all features on this site can not use anywhere in its entirety. The data generated by such cookie by using the webpage (including IP address) through Google and processing this information by Google may be prevented by downloading and installing it is located at the following link browser plugin https://tools.google. com / dlpage / gaoptout? hl.

Why we use cookies.
We use statistics in aggregate / aggregated form about users / traffic and traffic providers. However, such statistics never contain any kind of personal information. Everything is anonymous. IP addresses are not stored in our database that stores behavior on the site, so the information about you can never be linked with your identity. Your IP address is stored for security reasons only in cases where you actively register on the site, for example in a purchase situation or if you become a member of any of our services. More about this below in the sections “Signed visits and” Comments and other forms of interaction in editorial environment “.

Purpose of cookies and measuring tools.
Let our products recognize repeat users in order to customize the services.
Calculate and report user numbers and traffic.
Make it easier for you to move on the site.
Build segments and audiences for marketing purposes and to target ads.
Reduce advertising that is irrelevant to certain audiences.
Develop and improve the website by understanding how it is used.

To prevent cookies from being stored, please note that the functionality of our website will be limited.
1. You can delete cookies from your hard drive at any time, but this will make your personal settings disappear.
2. You can also change the settings in your browser so it does not allow cookies to be saved to your hard drive. However, this deteriorates the functionality of certain web pages, can prevent access to member pages, and make certain content and certain features unavailable. Follow the links below for instructions on how to do:

Chrome

Firefox

Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Explorer

Google

Comments and other forms of interaction in the editorial environment.
Interaction of content published on our pages can be done in various ways; comment, vote in survey, like and other forms of interaction from social media.
When commenting on us, your privacy is governed by Facebook’s social plug-ins policy: https://www.facebook.com/help/340599879348142/

Interaction with other social media buttons is governed by the respective actors policy:

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/help/340599879348142/