A cookie is a small text file stored on your PC by websites that you visit. Cookies are used to give users access to various functions on the website and are a common method of logging which pages of a website are visited.
Under the new regulations concerning electronic communications, all visitors to a website must be able to see which cookies the website uses and what the various cookies are used for.
The Visitflåm website only uses the following cookies:
|This is a so-called session cookie that is required for the website to function. It is set when a visitor arrives at the website and deleted again when the users closes the browser.|
|These are third-party cookies from Google TagManager. These are used to help us understand how the website is used.|
- number of page views
- number of visits
- how visitors arrive at the website
For Visitflåm, the purpose of using Google TagManager is to obtain relevant and reliable information for the benefit of our users to make the website more user-friendly.
The traffic data is stored by Google Inc. IP addresses are stored but they cannot be traced individually back to the user.
How can you avoid cookies being used by the website?
If you don't want cookies to be used, you can change the settings in your browser so that it automatically rejects or asks you each time a website tries to store a cookie.
Information about how to do this is readily available from the various browser makers, and you can find it with a simple Google search or by using your browser's help function.
Note: But please note that if you do not accept the VisitFlam session cookie, the website will not work as it should.
It is also possible to delete cookies that have already been stored on your PC. This is done in slightly different ways in different browsers. The information is readily available using the help function of your browser.
If you have other questions concerning privacy and cookies, please contact us.