What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing information that is stored on your device when you connect to a website. On subsequent visits to the website with the same device, the website retrieves the information from the device to facilitate the visit to the website. There are two types of cookies: permanent and temporary.
Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your device for a certain period of time.
Temporary cookies are stored temporarily and disappear when you close your browser.
Why do we notify about cookies?
On 1 July 2011, the Electronic Communications Act (LEK) was amended. The Cookie Act, LEK Chapter 6 §18, is part of the EU directive The Revised E-Privacy Directive. The law aims to prevent Internet users from being tracked without their consent. This is done by prohibiting data from being stored on, or retrieved from, the user’s terminal equipment, such as a computer, mobile phone or tablet.
The law says: “Data may be stored in or retrieved from a subscriber’s or user’s terminal equipment only if the subscriber or user is provided with information about the purpose of the processing and consents to it. This does not preclude storage or access necessary for the transmission of an electronic message over an electronic communications network or necessary for the provision of a service expressly requested by the user or subscriber.”
Login (To know if you are logged in or not)
Image sizes (To adapt the resolution of the images to the visitor’s screen size)
Web statistics (for further development of the site)
Acceptance of our cookies conditions (To avoid being asked again by the device you are using)
We do not store any personal information via cookies. However, the information we store via cookies, for example through statistics for development purposes, is never used by parties other than Boden Business Park.
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