Cookies are small text files that are automatically stored on your computer by your browser. A cookie is a passive file and it cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs, such as spyware or malware.
Some cookies are necessary for the dan-form.com website to provide you with basic functionality, for example identifying you as being logged in on the webshop.
Types of Cookies
Cookies can be session cookies that are usually erased when you browse or when the browser is closed, or they can be persistent cookies, which are saved for more than one browsing session.
Persistent cookies will stay on your hard drive for longer periods and track your browsing activities.
Cookies are also classified as first-party and third-party cookies.
First-party cookies will be placed on your computer by the site you are visiting. So when visiting dan-form.dk, we will place a first-party cookie on your computer.
Cookies are necessary for our website to function properly and they help us monitor customer visits. By using cookies, we can improve our website to fit even better with the needs and interests of our customers.
How do we protect your personal information?
Cookies from Google Analytics
DAN-FORM uses Google Analytics to analyse how our website is used by any visitor. The cookie gathers only user information (traffic data, including your IP address), which is then transmitted and stored on Google's servers in the USA. This is in accordance with the agreement between DAN-FORM and Google.
This information is then used by Google to evaluate your use of the website, compile reports on website activity, and to provide other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also provide this information to third-parties, if required to do so by law, or if the information is being processed by a third-party on behalf of Google.
Two types of cookies are used by Google Analytics: A persistent cookie, which tracks whether the user is a returning visitor, where the user came from, which search engine the user has used, keywords etc.
Session cookies, which tracks when and how long the user is using the site. Session cookies expire after each session, i.e. when you close your tab or your browser.
Google holds data for 38 months.
Google does not check your IP address in conjunction with other information held by Google.
You can read more about cookies used by Google Analytics and Google's data protection policy here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en.