Personal information is defined as information that can be used to identify a person.
- Collection and use of information
- Use of technology
- Transfer of information
- Security when collecting and storing information
- Changes to this policy
- Complaints about information collection and usage
Cookies on www.faergen.com
A cookie is a digital information packet (data file) that is stored on your computer by a website so that it can recognise your computer the next time you visit the site. Cookies are sent back and forth between your browser (i.e: Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Chrome or Safari) and a web server and contain information such as:
- Recall your user choices – e.g. which tab you most recently used in “My Travel” in the MyFerry (MinFærge) section of the website.
- Recall whether you had indicated that you wanted to remain logged
into MyFerry (MinFærge) for a period of 30 days.
- Various selections when using the website (per-sessions cookies).
The following cookies are used at www.faergen.com:
Session cookies are only stored in the memory of your browser. They are deleted every time you close your browser. Session cookies work in such a way that users’ browsers are assigned a random ID number, and it is then possible to study click behaviour by following ID numbers.
A “persistent” cookie is permanently stored on your computer. The cookie is used to recognise your computer when you visit the website, and can thereby improve the way you use our website. The cookie is stored on your machine until its expiration date, or you delete it. It is not
more permanent than this.
Reports from Google Analytics are used to make the website as easy to use and relevant and possible for you as user.
Google Analytics may pass on information to third parties if required by legislation or if a third party should process the information on behalf of Google Analytics.