Cookie policy for PersondataSupport

We use cookies on to provide the best possible service to you as a user of the website. In our cookie policy you can see how we handle the use of cookies.


Contact information:

Contact person: PersondataSupport
Address: Uraniavej 6 – 8700 Horsens
CVR: 38582356
Phone number.: 2331 5014

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a data file which a website saves on your IT device, such as a computer, tablet or smartphone. The purpose is to recognize the device and observe your movements on the website.

Today virtually all websites use cookies. In many cases cookies are necessary to provide a decent service to the user.

A cookie is a passive file which cannot retrieve information from your computer nor spread any sort of virus or malware.

Some cookies are only saved on your device for the duration of your browsing, so called session cookies. Other cookies are saved for a longer period after you have closed your browser, the so called persistent cookies. When you return to a website the cookie is typically renewed automatically.

Often cookies from other parties (third party cookies) are saved. This can be cookies with an ordinary content, but also analyzing tools and embedded comment boxes.

Cookies on

We use cookies to find out how our users use the website, so we can improve it. The information we gather is anonymous and cannot be traced to specific users.

We use the following types of cookies on

First party cookies

As the first party, uses three kinds of session cookies. These are no longer registered when you shut down your browser. The purpose of these cookies is to recognize your device, register the amount of time you spend on the website and to identify the way you move around on the website.

We also use four different kinds of persistent cookies. The storage period for these ranges between 30 days and two years. They register how many times you have visited the website, for how long, how you get to the website and whether you are a new or returning user.

Third party cookies uses Google Analytics as a statistical tool on the site. Google Analytics lets us follow a session on the website and gives us the opportunity to adapt the content based on relevance. This can not be traced back to an individual and the information is stored for two years.


How do you remove or avoid cookies?

How you delete or avoid the placement of cookies depends on your browser.
If you use an ordinary PC you can delete cookies by pressing [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete]
If that does not work or you are using e.g. a MAC, you can do one of the following things depending on your browser.:



To delete cookies you go to Functions -> Settings -> Privacy -> Remove cookies or clare browser history

To block cookies you go to Functions -> Settings -> Privacy -> In the scroll menu, you choose ”use edited settings for history” -> Check ”always use pricacy browsing-mode” and remove the check in ”accept cookies from websites”


Internet Explorer

To delete cookies you go to Functions -> Settings -> General -> ”Gelete” -> Cookies -> Delete.

To block cookies you go to Functions -> Settings -> Protection of personal data -> go th the top and block all cookies -> ”OK”


Google Chrome

To delete cookies you go to Chrome -> Clear browsing data

To block cookies you go to Chrome -> Preferences -> advanced -> Content settings -> Cookies -> remove tag in “allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)”



To delete cookies you go to Safari -> Prefrerences -> Privacy -> Block all cookies

To block cookies you go to Safari -> Prefrerences -> Privacy -> Block all cookies

All Danish websites are obliged to inform about which cookies are placed on the user’s IT devices. This information must correspond to ”Bekendtgørelse om krav til information og samtykke ved lagring af og adgang til oplysninger i slutbrugeres terminaludstyr” (in everyday language the Cookie Regulation).

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via the contact information provided at the top.


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