What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your browser, smartphone or other IT equipment. A cookie can contain text, numbers or e.g. a date, but there is no personal information stored in a cookie. A cookie is a passive file - it is not a program and cannot contain a computer virus. The cookie makes it possible to recognize your IP-address and collect information about the pages and functions you visit.
To clarify which cookies we use, we have categorized them below so that you can be informed and make your choice of cookies. We have categorized our cookies in the following:
- Necessary: these cookies are essential in order to enable you to navigate around our site and use its features. Without these cookies, the website would not be able to work properly.
- Functional: cookies that allow the site to remember the choices you make such as your preferred language or region, to provide improved and more personal features.
- Statistical: cookies that collect information about how users interact with our site. It is solely used to improve how our website works.
- Marketing: cookies that collect information about your interests, including which pages and ads you click on. The purpose is to display targeted ads across websites, which are relevant to you.
How do I avoid cookies?
Readers Copenhagen uses third-party cookies from our partners in social media, advertising and analytics. We use this information to give you a better user experience, as well as for statistics, marketing and analytical purposes. Third-party cookies allow us to see which pages are visited, where the traffic comes from, and to deliver targeted online ads when you visit other websites, etc.
Why do we inform about cookies?
All Danish websites are obliged to inform about which cookies are placed on the user’s IT equipment.