Privacy policy

In compliance with EU regulations and Danish rules any use of web site user tracking must be declared


Google Analytics is tracking visiting traffic on this site in order to improve the web site and make it more visible in searches. The Google Analytics service is used for this tracking. You are not identified in any way with personal data registration - you are just represented with a random number. I don't know who you are and Google don't know you either - they promise.

Google: Like many services, Google Analytics uses first-party cookies to track visitor interactions. These cookies are used to store information, such as what time the current visit occurred, whether the visitor has been to the site before, and what site referred the visitor to the web page. Browsers do not share first-party cookies across domains.

You can read the full Google Privacy policy on Googles site.

How to avoid tracking

There are only two ways to avoid tracking. You can either disable cookies in your browser settings or stop visiting and thus leave immediately without clicking anything on the page. However, the information entry about pages you already have visited cannot be deleted.

No facebook likes

There is no facebook generated code on these pages. Thus you can visit without being tracked by facebook. That means there is no like-button etc. If you do like my pages feel free to drop an ordinary link on facebook or ohther media for your friends or other kind people.

GPDR stuff?

I do not collect and thus do not keep any of your personal data apart from mentioned tracking by Analytics. Therefore this sites is compliant with the EU general personal data regulation and Danish law.