Informations | Contact | Terms of use | Protection of data

  Use of COOKIES on


What is cookies

A cookie is a small text file that websites store on the user's computer in order to recognize the computer. Cookies can be used, among other things, to compile statistics on users' use of the site.
    A cookie is a passive file and cannot collect information on the user's computer, spread computer viruses or other malicious programs

The cookies used on this site are used solely to support the functionality and for statistical purposes to improve usability. The information in the cookies used is completely anonymized and is not disclosed to third parties for advertising or similar purposes.


Cookies på

The cookies used on this site are:

Cookie name Required Purpose Duration
euCookieLaw Yes Indicates that the user has already accepted the use of cookies and therefore does not have to accept again (accepted) sustained - 10 years
ASP.NET_SessionId Ja The server assigns each new user a unique ID that can be used to separate the various current users on the server. Session


Reject or delete cookies

You can always avoid using cookies on your computer by changing          settings in your browser. It depends on your browser how to do this. However, please be aware that many features and services on websites cannot be utilized, including the full functionality of this site, as they require the site to remember the choices you make. Most browsers allow you to delete cookies individually or all at once.          How you do it depends on which browser you use. If you use multiple browsers, delete cookies in all of them. Below are links to get cookie deletion guides in most browsers used:

Internet Explorer Firefox Crome
Opera Safari Iphone, Ipad, Ipod Touch
Flash player Android

Why inform about cookies

It is on the basis of decisions of the European Commission and the European Parliament that rules have been set for websites to inform about the use of cookies. The purpose is to protect consumers from unwanted registration. The detailed content appears in Directive on privacy and electronic communications . The directive is an obligation for individual Member States to implement the necessary legislation to achieve the purpose of the directive. Therefore, there may be slightly different ways of implementing the rules in EU Member States.
The rules in Denmark has resultet in a special order "Bekendtgørelse om krav til information og samtykke ved lagring af eller adgang til oplysninger i slutbrugeres terminaludstyr" with accompanying guide "nr. 9187 af 24/04/2013 ".