Cookies on folkeuniversitetet.no are used for certain functions that improve the website, or give us statistics about its use.
Cookies are a standard technology most websites use today. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser's internal memory. By setting a cookie, we can store information about how you navigate the website, and give us useful statistics that we use to make our website better. Most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings so that cookies are not accepted.
The information we collect cannot identify you as a user, nor will it be shared with third parties.
How to avoid cookies?
As a user of folkeuniversitetet.no, you can decide for yourself whether you want to accept cookies. Most browsers receive cookies automatically, but you can change the settings so that this is not accepted, or gives you a choice of acceptance or not.
Read more about cookies and privacy at Slik kan du tillate eller avvise informasjonskapsler / cookies – Nettvett.
Different types of cookies
We use three types of cookies. The first type saves a file permanently on the hard drive, so that statistics about how many people are at the website are stored, as well as which browsers are used. The statistics can only be interpreted as numbers, and are anonymised. We use this information to improve and develop future visits to the website, to make it faster and more tailored to each user.
The second type of cookie is called session cookies, and is only stored temporarily, e.g. to keep track of which language a user has selected. Session cookies disappear when the user closes their browser.
The third type is a statistics cookie that is used to let us know how many visitors the website has.
We use these cookies
Statistics and analysis
We use statistics and analysis tools from external suppliers to obtain anonymous information about use of the website. The information is used to improve the user experience. We use Google Tag Manager to manage the various tools.
- Google Analytics
- Google Optimize
- Google Tag Manager
Customer service and customer contact
Folkeuniversitetet uses several services for ad management. These tools are used to place our ads on other sites. On our own websites, they are used to log traffic from our various advertising channels.
- Google Analytics/AdWords
Google Tag Manager
We use Google Tag Manager to manage most of the tools above. Google Tag Manager does not collect any information itself, but is used to control which of the other tools to use where.