A cookie is a data file that is temporarily stored on your hard drive. Cookies are used by virtually all websites, and in some cases cookies are the only way to get a website to function as intended.
A cookie contains a random generated ID that allows you to recognize your computer and gather information about which pages and features are visited with your browser. But cookies can not identify who you are, what your name is or where you live. Nor can it spread computer viruses or other malware.
For example, a cookie can be used to remember the text size on the website if you choose to change it. Then the text will be the same size the next time you visit us. Similarly, we put a cookie if you choose to rate our pages using the 'thumbs' at the bottom of a page. That way, we can make sure that the pages can only be evaluated once per user.
Cookies for statistics
Kfst.dk also uses Google Analytics to collect statistics about user behaviour on the website. We use this to better understand user needs and how to present relevant information for our users.
Google saves information about traffic on the website on their own servers, but we anonymize the IP addresses by hiding the last eight digits. Therefore, it is not possible to identify the individual user through the data that Google collects. You can read more about how Google processes its data here.
Reject or delete cookies
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depend on which browser you are using. However, be aware that if you decline cookies, there are many features and services you cannot use because they assume that the site can remember the choices you make.
All browsers allow you to delete cookies individually or all at once. How you do it depends on which browser you are using. Follow the links below to get instructions for your browser. Remember to use more browsers, delete cookies in all of them. Also, see these instructions to delete cookies from the most common browsers:
We need to inform you about how we register information
All Danish websites are required to inform which cookies are stored on the users' equipment. The information must be in accordance with the "Executive Order on Information and Consent for Storage and Access to End User Terminal Equipment", which is part of an EU Directive on the Protection of Privacy in Electronic Communications.