Last updated 22.09.20
Your acceptance of these conditions
By using this website, you recognise your acceptance of this policy. If you disagree with the policy, we ask you to refrain from using the website.
The website collects information via ‘cookies’, a small text file, which is stored on your computer, phone or tablet with the purpose of recognising you, and carry out statistics. Cookies are harmless and cannot contain harmful code/virus.
Technically necessary cookies
Cookies for analysis
We use these cookies to provide an optimal experience of our website. This includes Google Analytics, which we use to analyse how you use our website. The information collected will be saved and stored on Googles servers for 26 months. If you want to opt-out of cookie tracking of Google Analytics:
How-to delete cookies
It is always possible to delete or block cookies – see guide here: https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-privacy-how-to-clear-cookies.html (commercial company)
How do we use the collected information
Ross DK collect and use the information for the following purpose;
- To improve the website
How we protect your information
We follow all relevant practices and security precautions concerning collection, storage and analysis of data. This is done to protect against unauthorised access, changes, publication and destruction of the user personal information and other information stored on our website.
Sharing your personal information
The user’s personal information will not be sold, exchanged or leased. We can share generic, summarised information with our business and trusted collaboration partners:
- Google (data traffic)
The website does not collect personal information about the user.
We collect non-personal information about users when they use our website. This can include browser, type of computer, and technical information on the users means to connect to the website such as operating system and ISP.
Period for storage of information
Information and data are kept for the period allowed in relation to the legislation, and we delete it when no longer valid. The period is dependent on the nature of the information/data and reason for storage. Hence it is not possible to assign a general timeframe for when information/data is deleted.
Questions – contact us
Ross DK A/S