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What is a cookie?
Cookies are used today for virtually all websites and are in many cases necessary to provide a given service on the website. A cookie is a small text file stored on the user’s IT equipment (PC, tablet, smartphone, etc.) so that the device can be recognized. Cookies can be used to compile statistics about users’ use of the website and to optimize the content of the page. A cookie is a passive file, which cannot collect information from the user’s computer or spread computer viruses or other malware. Some cookies are placed by other parties (so-called 3rd parties) than the one in the address bar (URL) of the browser. It can be common content, but also for example analysis tools or embedded comment fields. This means that cookies are stored from other parties than the owner of the website.
How long will a cookie be saved?
Some cookies are only stored on the user’s IT equipment as long as the user has their browser open (session cookies). Other cookies are stored for an extended period of time, for up to 2 years (persistent cookies). When the user re-visits a website, session cookies will be resumed while persistent cookies are typically renewed.
Cookies at www.junge.eu
We use the following types of cookies
Session cookie Separate the users from each other.
Persistent cookie Collect statistics about when the user has visited the home page.
Additionally, the following third parties put cookies on www.junge.eu
Google Analytics Collect statistics about how the user used the website for improvement.
Facebook Used to gather information about how the user interacts with advertisements shown by Facebook.
How to remove/avoid cookies?
It depends on your browser how to delete or avoid placing cookies.
If you are using a PC, cookies can be deleted using the [CTRL] + [SHIFT] + [Delete] shortcuts.
If it does not work, or you use a MAC, for example, click the link on the browser that you are using:
Why do we inform about cookies?
All Danish websites are required to inform which cookies are left on the user’s IT equipment.
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