This privacy statement informs about how Åkerblå AS collects, uses and processes personal information. Åkerblå AS is subject to Norwegian law, and will comply with the applicable personal data and processing rules at all times. It is voluntary for those who visit the web site to provide personal information regarding services such as receiving newsletters.
The treatment basis is the consent of the individual, unless otherwise specified. Information collected in connection with site operation is stored on own servers operated by the provider. It is only Åkerblå AS and subcontractor who has access to the information collected.
You will find more information about privacy and privacy issues on the data protection websites Datatilsynet.
Cookies are small text files that are placed in your computer when you download a webpage. Cookies are related to your IP address and are not related to other personal information.
The user should know and approve which information is being processed, what the purpose of the handling is and who processes the information. Learn more about managing and cookies on nettvett.no
- Session-dependent cookies: These are used, for example, to record that a visitor is on the website. These are deleted after completion of the visit.
- Third-party information capsules: These are cookies from another domain. These are used to obtain visitor statistics to improve the user experience of the page. Google Analytics is a third-party that a (customer) uses.
Insight, changing and deleting of information
You have the right to be informed by Åkerblå AS what personal information Åkerblå AS has registered about you. If they are incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, you may require that the information to be corrected or deleted in accordance with applicable law.
Åkerblå AS collects anonymous information about visitors to akerbla.no [ENGELSK]. The tool we use to retrieve such statistics is Google Analytics. The purpose of this is to understand how visitors use our services and how we based on this can improve the user experience and further develop information services on the page. Examples of what the statistics provide is how many people visit the site, which pages are visited, how long the visit lasts, what sites users come from, and what browsers are used.
Read more about Google Analytics here.