Privacy Policy


Our goal is to handle personal information with both care and respect. In order to personalise information and our individual follow-up, you may be asked to provide your company name and contact information when using this website. We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties, and you may at any time request access to the information we have on your company or request the removal and deletion of said information.

We will at all times follow current rulings regarding privacy. Any questions regarding privacy policy may be directed to Digi Publishing AS at post@digipub.no



Cookies


Our website uses cookies, which we primarily use to compile aggregate data about site data and interactions for the optimalisation of our content. By using this website, you agree to accept our cookies.

Cookies are a standard internet-technology that most websites and companies use. A cookie is placed in your web-browser's internal memory, which offers us a better understanding of how you use the website. This information is then used to offer a better website experience in the future. These are logfiles that are saved to our servers, which include but are not limited to: IP-adresses, web browsers, operating systems, and use/navigation.

Modern web browsers (such as: Opera, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari) are set to automatically accept cookies. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you must disable this yourself. This can be done in the settings of your browser, however some websites may no longer function optimally.

We never save information that can be used to identify you as a person.

The following cookies are used on our website


  • Our own: We use a few cookies for increased functionality. None of our own cookies are used to track information regarding the users of the website, and no third party have access to these.

  • Facebook: To share content through Facebook. We do not install cookies ourselves, but read pre-existing ones.

  • Google Analytics: Gathers information regarding how the website is used. This is compiled into reports which are then used to improve the website. The cookies only collect anonymous information, such as the number of visitors, their location, and which pages they visit.

  • Twitter: To share content through Twitter, and to present tweets posted by others.