The revised «ekom»-law entered into force on 1 July 2013 and has a new provision regarding the conditions attached to the storage of information in communications equipment – the so-called «cookie paragraph», cf. ekom law § 2-7b.
Storage of information and processing of this information is not permitted unless user is informed and consented to the information being treated, what the purpose of this treatment is and who treats the information.
We use these cookies on our websites
The actual cookies contain hashed data, so you don’t have to worry about someone gleaning your username and password by reading the cookie data. A hash is the result of a specific mathematical formula applied to some input data (in this case your user name and password, respectively). It’s quite hard to reverse a hash (bordering on practical infeasibility with today’s computers). This means it is very difficult to take a hash and «unhash» it to find the original input data.
Google may also transfer this information to third parties if compelled. law or where third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not connect your IP address with other information Google has.
We use Google Analytics to analyze the use of our website. We get information about which pages are most visited, where users come from, at which times the pages are most visited, etc.
Third party requests
These are queries that are made by a user to an external service . Despite these queries does not set any cookies , they can still transmit information to third parties. Google Analytics works through third-party queries.