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Cookies are small text files that are located on web pages you visit that are downloaded and stored on your computer when you open a web page. Cookies are tools that make using the Internet much easier and more convenient in everyday life as it increases usability and allows website owners to offer pages that are better adapted to the individual user’s habits and behavior. These pages use, among other things, third-party cookies that give website owners access to statistics on how the pages are used so that the pages can be continually improved, customized advertising, login for text contributors and the use of comment fields.

You can  read more about cookies  on the National Communications Authority’s website.


If you change your language, the page will leave a cookie that will take you back to the same language you used the next time you visit the pages. For example: if you change the language to English one day and leave the pages and then come back the next day, you will automatically be redirected to of the website. To return to Norwegian or another language, simply change the language back.


When visitors post comments on the page, the information provided in the comment form is stored in addition to the visitor’s IP address and visitor’s browser version. This is done to help avoid junk comments.

An anonymous text string generated on the basis of your email address (also called a “hash”) can be sent to the Gravatar service to inquire if you have an account there. Gravatar’s privacy statement is here: After your comment is approved, your profile photo will be visible to anyone in connection with your comment.

Visitors’ comments can be checked through an automatic spam comment detection service.

GOOGLE ANALYTICS uses Google Analytics for statistics on the use of the website. When you visit this website, basic information about your browser, operating system and the connection you use is stored, as well as information about how long you are on the pages and which pages you are on for statistical purposes. This tool shows us which pages are read, any keywords used, technical solutions used to display the pages, such as mobile, tablet or PC and what type of browser is used. 


If you are uploading images to the site, avoid uploading images that contain information about the location it was taken (EXIF GPS). Visitors to the site can download and retrieve such information from images on the page.


If you visit our login page, we will create a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal information and will disappear as soon as you close your browser.

When you sign in, cookies are created that store your login information and choices you made regarding how content should be displayed. Cookies with login information expire after two days, while display choices last for one year. If you check & lauot; Remember me »t;, your login information will be stored for two weeks. If you log out of your account, these cookies will disappear.

If you edit or publish an article, an additional cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie contains no personal information, but only the ID of the article you just edited. It expires after one day.


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These sites may collect information about you, use cookies, embed third-party tracking systems, and monitor what you do through this embedded content. This also includes tracking your actions through the embedded content if you have an account and are logged into the site.