Cookies on bankdata.dk
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information that is stored on your computer. They are typically used to ensure the technical features of a website, but may also be used for collecting statistical information of users' movements.
What is the law?
The cookie law is made to protect users against unauthorized collection of their use of the sites. All Danish websites are obliged to inform about the cookies being placed on the user's equipment. The information must be in accordance with the "Notice of requirements for information and consent for storage of and access to information on end-user terminal equipment", which is part of an EU directive on the protection of privacy in electronic communications.
We use Google Analytics cookies to track your use of bankdata.dk. These measurements are used to create statistics on site usage and to find discrepancies on the website, so we can improve your experience of bankdata.dk
The cookie contains a randomly generated ID that is used to recognize your browser when you read a Web page that uses Google Analytics. The cookie contains no personal information and is only used for web analytics.
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How do I disable cookies?
You can disable cookies in all common browsers. Note that it may mean that sites are no longer functioning properly. Learn more about your options in your chosen browser supplier