Use of cookies

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The Knowledge Centre uses cookies. These are small information files that are saved on your computer so that our services work in the best possible way for you, the user.

The Electronic Communications Act (Ekomloven), which came into effect on the 1st July 2013, has a provision on the conditions related to the storage of information in communications equipment, called "the cookie-clause" (ref. The Electronic Communications Act § 2-7b). Storage of data and processing of this information is prohibited unless the user is informed of, and has consented to, the information being captured and stored, the purpose of the storage of information, and who processes the information. A user should be able to refuse consent to the storage of cookies at any time. Information about the user is anonymous.

Follow Nettvett.no for their guide on how you can accept or decline to save cookies on your computer.

Also see Nettvett.no for a guide on how you can delete cookies.

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Overview of the cookies used by Kunnskapssenteret.no

The Knowledge Centre uses five cookies with Google Analytics (a web analysis tool used for monitoring website performance), and an additional cookie that is saved on the Knowledge Centre’s server.

The cookie names are described below.


__utma

Used by Google Analytics to identify new users and user sessions. Expiration: 2 years.

__utmb

Used by Google Analytics to identify a new session or visit, as well as the duration of the visit. Expiration: 30 minutes.

__utmc

Used by Google Analytics in conjunction with _utmb to identify if a new session or visit has been created by a user, and the duration of that visit. Expiration: at the end of the browser session.

__utmv

Used by Google Analytics to show how users navigate on the website and which webpages the users visit most. Expiration: 2 years.

__utmz

Used by Google Analytics to show how the user accessed the website; which traffic source the user came from (for example, from search engines, other websites or newsletters). Expiration: 6 months.

JSESSIONID 

A cookie that is set by our webserver to exchange information between our server and your web browser. Expiraton: at the end of the browser session.


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