Schibsted for Business and cookies
In addition, cookies are used for forms on our website, where the user enters information for us. Information sent to us via contact forms is processed by Schibsted.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are used today by almost all websites. In many cases, capsules may be needed to provide an offer on the site.
A cookie is a small data file websites store on the user's computer to recognize your computer. Cookies can, for example, be used to compile statistics on visitors' use of the website.
A cookie is a passive file and may not collect information about the user's computer, spread computer viruses or other malicious programs.
A cookie is a small file that is stored in your browser (A browser is a computer program used to download and view web pages, this is, for example, Internet Explore, Mozilla Firefox, etc ...). Cookies are used to recognize your computer on later visits. No personal information (such as name, address or the like) is stored in our cookies.
Storage time for a cookie
All cookies are automatically deleted after a certain number of days, weeks or months, but this may vary
depending on the purpose. It should be noted that a cookie is renewed at each visit where the period is reset.
Here at schibstedforbusiness.com/no/ cookies are used mainly to provide insight into how users navigate around the site and to see which articles are the most popular. Information about what hits the target audience makes it much easier to produce content that creates engagement and benefits the reader. Google Analytics is used to collect this information. Google's policies for the use of Google Analytics do not collect personal information about the user. The data collected is stored on Google's servers and deleted after 24 months, if you have not returned to the site during this period.
Why do we inform about cookies?
All Norwegian websites are obliged to inform if cookies are placed on the user's equipment in accordance with the Electronic Communications Act (Ekomloven),
The privacy statement was last updated on 09.12.2020.
We reserve the right to make typos.