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Google Analytics

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Google may also transfer this information to third parties, if any required according to law or in cases involving third parties the information on behalf of Google. Google will not link your IP address with other information Google has.

We use Google Analytics to analyze the use of our website. We get information about which pages are most visited, where users come from, on which times the pages are most visited etc.

Third party queries / third party requests

These are queries created by a user to an external service provider. Despite these queries does not set anyone cookies, they can still transfer information to third parties. Google Analytics works throug third-party queries.

GDPR

What is GDPR?

The EU's new privacy reform, better known as GDPR (General Data Protection) (Regulation), is created to improve your data security across European borders in EU and EEA countries.

A safer trade for you as a customer

The new regulation becomes part of the Norwegian legislative text and is one extra assurance that your personal data will be processed legally. They will have a greater responsibility with us processing and securing your customer data while you can conduct your trade in the same way as before. In other words GDPR only benefits you as a customer of ours.

Responsible and third party

We are overall responsible for corporate processing of personal data. Your personal data stays on no default or sale to any third party.

Increased security for your customer data

The new directive requires us to be full overview of all the company's personal data and sets security requirements around these. In the event of a data breach, which may be significant your personal information, we the rules for reporting duty specified in GDPR.