Cookies

A cookie is a file that is placed on your computer or other IT equipment. It makes it possible to recognize your computer and gather information such as browser types, site pages and click on links. But cookies cannot see who you are, what you are called, where you live or whether the computer is used by one or more people. It also cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs. Copenhill uses the information to form an overall overview of how the website is used.

Cookies are used by virtually all websites. In some cases, cookies are the only way to make a website work as intended.

This website uses cookies. You will be informed about the use of coockies before they are set. Copenhill - and everyone else - are obliged to do this. Read more on Erhvervsstyrelsen.dk on cookies and the legal grounds in "Bekendtgørelse om krav til information og samtykke ved lagring af eller adgang til oplysninger i slutbrugeres terminaludstyr" (Cookiebekendtgørelsen).

The following parties put cookies on your computer when you visit copenhill.dk:

Google analytics (Google Inc.) Allows Copenhill to perform statistical analyzes such as how many number of visitors the website has, time spent on the website, gender, age and browser types.

Youtube (Youtube Inc.). Allows Copenhill to display youtube videos on the website, as well as view video display statistics.

Cookies used for statistics
The first time you go to copenhill.dk, you will see a gray box with information about cookies at the bottom of the page. Copenhill uses the statistics to improve usability. The information in the statistics is anonymous and will not be linked to the individual user.

Reject or erase coockies
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you use. However, please note that if you do, there are many features and services you cannot use because they require the site to remember the choices you make.

All browsers allow you to delete cookies individually or all at once. How you do it, depends on which browser you use.