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1. COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITE
Cookies are automatically stored on your unit, when you browse the website, as this gives you the best user experience. Below we explain how you delete them.
2. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your unit in order to recognize it. No personal information is hidden in our cookies, and they cannot contain virus.
2.1 HOW TO DELETE OR BLOCK COOKIES
Cookies delete itself within some time, but are renewed after any new visit on the website. In the following link you can see how to delete or block cookies: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering
2.2 GOOGLE ANALYTICS
3. USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal information is never passed on to third parties, unless you have expressly agreed to this, and we never collect personal information unless you have given it to us by registration or purchase. When you place an order we collect information such as name, prone number, e-mail, background and so on.
Personal information is used to implement the order or the service that the information has been collected in compliance with. Furthermore the information is used to get a better understanding of you. This could include surveys and analyses aimed at an improvement of our products, services and technologies and to show you content adapted to your needs.
3.1 CONTACT CONCERING PERSONAL INFORMATION
If you want access to the information DACS has registered about you, you need to send us an email on email@example.com. This also applies, if any incorrect data are registered or if you have any other objections. You have the possibility to gain access to this information and you can complain according to the law on personal data.
3.2 PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
According to the law on personal data your personal information must be kept safe and confidential. We keep your personal information on computers with limited access placed in controlled facilities and our special security measures are continuously controlled in order to decide if our user information is handled properly and taking your rights s a user into account. However, we cannot guarantee 100 percent security on data transfers on the internet. This means that there is a risk that others obtain access to this information in an unjustified way, when data is sent and stored electronically. Thus it is on your sole responsibility when you submit your personal information.
The quick development of the internet means that it may be necessary to change the way we treat personal information. We therefore reserve the right to update and change the present guidelines for handling of personal information.
You may at any time object to the fact that information about you is the subject of processing, and you may withdraw your consent at any time. If you want to complain about the way your information is being handled. Complaints are sent to The National Agency for Data Protection set out under the law of personal information § 58, article 1.
4. OWNER INFORMATION