When visiting FREJA.COM for the first time, your visit will automatically be marked by a cookie.
Cookies are used to give a better user experience at recurring visits to FREJA.COM. Cookies contain information that FREJA.COM uses to recognize the computer you visit us from, in order to streamline communication between our website and you via your web browser.
Cookies are small bits of information that FREJA.COM places on your computer’s hard drive, on your tablet or on your smart phone.
What is a cookie and similar technologies?
A cookie is a small text file, which is stored in your web browser, and which registers you as a unique user. This cookie is used by our webserver when you visit FREJA.COM to register the use hereof.
A cookie can contain text, numbers, or for example, a date, but there is no Personal Data contained in a cookie. It is not a program and cannot contain viruses.
The cookie does not identify you as an individual user but identifies your computer.
There are two types of cookies – session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are bits of information that are erased when you close your web browser. Persistent cookies are bits of information that are stored on your computer until they are erased. Persistent cookies erase themselves after a certain period but are renewed each time you visit FREJA.COM. FREJA.COM uses both session and persistent cookies.
We use similar technologies that store and read information on the browser or device, which utilizes local units and local storage, such as HTML 5 cookies, Flash and other technologies. These technologies can work across your browsers. In some cases, the use of these technologies is not controlled by the browser but require special tools. We use these technologies to store information that is used to ensure the quality of reviews and to pick up irregularities in your use of FREJA.COM.
Which categories of cookie do we use and for which purpose?
- for statistics, i.e.: measuring traffic on FREJA.COM, including the number of visits to FREJA.COM, what domains visitors come from, what sections they look at on FREJA.COM and what general geographic area the user is in.
- to enhance the functionality: improve the functionality and optimize your experience of FREJA.COM and help you remember your username and password so you do not have to log in again when you return to FREJA.COM.
- to integrate with social media, i.e.: allow you to integrate with social media such as Facebook.
- for targeted marketing, i.e. display specific marketing at FREJA.COM which we think you will find interesting.
Access for third parties
FREJA provides access for our third party suppliers to gain insight into the content of the cookies that are set by FREJA.COM. This information shall be used exclusively on behalf of FREJA and must not be used for the third party’s own purposes.
Third party cookies
Facebook: set by Facebook.
Twitter: set by Twitter if you interact with the Twitter plugin or are already logged on to Twitter from another source for the purpose of interacting with them.
How to block cookies
We hope that you will allow the cookies we set as they help us improve FREJA.COM. Most browsers allow you to erase cookies from your hard drive, block all cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored. You must be aware that in such case certain services and features cannot be used by you because they require cookies to remember choices you make.
How to delete cookies
You always have the option to erase cookies in your computer. Each internet browser has its own procedure for deleting cookies. Please check the procedure for your chosen internet browser.
FREJA.COM uses Google Analytics to analyse how users use FREJA.COM. The information generated by the cookie about your use (traffic data, including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored on Google’s servers in the United States. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of FREJA.COM, compiling reports on the activity of FREJA.COM and providing other services relating to the operation of FREJA.COM and internet use. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if required by law or if third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.
Google Analytics sets two types of cookies: (a) persistent cookies providing information on whether the user is recurrent, where the user is coming from, which search engine is used, keywords, etc., and (b) session cookies that are used to show when and how long a user uses FREJA.COM. Session cookies expire after each session, that is, when you close your tab or browser. Google will not process your IP address with other data, Google holds.
Most browsers allow you to erase cookies from Google Analytics. Read more about Google Analytics cookies.