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Phone: +45 7020 2624
What is a cookie?
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Permanent or temporary cookies
Cookies can be “temporary” or “permanent”. Temporary cookies are associated with the current visit to the website and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Permanent cookies will, however, be stored on your device. Permanent cookies delete themselves after a certain period but will be renewed each time you visit the website.
We also use third-party cookies on aleris.dk, aleris-cosmetic.dk og aleris-fertility.dk. A third-party cookie is a cookie that is placed by someone other than Aleris, e.g. Facebook. This may be for analytical purposes or anonymous tracking of traffic across websites. For information about their cookies policy, please refer the respective providers’ websites.
Summary of cookies on Aleris domaines
Below is a more detailed list of cookies on aleris.dk, aleris-cosmetic.dk og aleris-fertility.dk.
Necessary cookies (own cookies)
We use a number of cookies on aleris.dk that are required for the website to function properly. It may, for instance, be to remember what you recently searched for, so you do not have to enter everything again in the search form. Moreover, it may be to remember if you have already seen the information about the use of
Preference cookies (own cookies)
These cookies are used to ensure the best user experience on the website. For example, it is previously chosen preferences such as language or choices to make navigation easier. No personally identifiable data is collected with this type of cookie.
Operating and optimisation cookies (third-party cookies)
These cookies are used to collect knowledge to optimise our website so that visitors get a great user experience and quickly find the required information. This may be the registration of the user’s operating system and browser for optimal viewing or analysis of visitor behaviour for improving navigation.
We use Google Analytics to analyse the users’ behaviour on the website and where they come from. The cookie from Google Analytics contains a randomly generated ID used to recognise the browser when the user loads a website that uses Google Analytics. The cookie contains no personal data and is only used for web analytics. The data collected by the cookie about your use (traffic data, including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored on Google’s servers in the United States.
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Marketing – anonymous tracking across websites (third-party cookies)
Marketing cookies are used to collect data about user activity and stores this data for retargeting when the user has left the website. This enables us to target online adverts based on user behaviour on the website and see the effect of our advertising. Our cookies do not record any personal data on the website, and the data is anonymous. The following marketing cookies are used on aleris.dk:
- Retargeting – anonymous tracking for advert targeting across websites
- Facebook cookies are used for conversion tracking when a visitor has entered the website via Facebook. (Facebook like-conversion)
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Technical specifications for cookies
|ASP.NET_SessionId||A session cookie is sent to the browser. It is used when you open your browser and go to a website that implements ASP.NET. This cookie is deleted when you close your browser|
|_RequestVerificationToken||The hash is to verify that a form is sent from our website and not from any other domain|
|_ga||The purpose is to separate users in analytics (though anonymously)|
The hash is to verify that a form is sent from our website and not from any other domain