Managing the cookies and personal data of Port of Hirtshals
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored locally on your computer that allows your computer to be recognized on subsequent visits. Our cookies store no personal information, nor do they allow access to information that may reveal your identity. A cookie can not contain viruses. Cookies may have different 'expiration dates'. Some cookies are deleted when you close your internet browser, while others are stored for several years.
Cookies for statistics and analysis
We use Google Analytics to monitor traffic via Google Analytics, but also to analyse the use of our website. Cookies for analytical purposes collect aggregate-level information about your navigation through the website. This information is then used to optimise and improve the website's content and functionality.
Functional cookies are used to record information regarding your visit that is relevant to the functionality and usage of the website. For example, it may serve to record login functions or to temporarily store data typed into forms or during the course of making online orders. Functional cookies may be inserted by third-party websites, such as youtube.com, when videos are embedded on the page, or by facebook.com or addthis.com when used to share articles or news.
How to delete cookies
If you do not wish to receive or store cookies, you may delete or block them. We have provided instructions on how to manage cookies in the most popular browsers
Protection of Personal Information
Personal information is never disclosed to third parties unless you have expressly given consent for such, and personal information is never collected unless you have entered it into the site.
According to the Privacy Act, your personal information must be kept secure and confidential. We store your personal information on computers with limited access, which are placed in monitored facilities, and our security measures are checked regularly to determine whether our user information is being managed properly, with constant regard for your rights as a user. However, we can not guarantee one hundred percent security during data transfers via the internet. This means that there may be a risk of unauthorized access to information when data is transferred and stored electronically. Therefore, you submit your personal information at your own risk.