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Privacy Policy and use of cookies

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The purpose our Privacy Policy is to give you information about the use of cookies on our websites, including information on the type of personal data collected, why we collect the personal data, how we use them, and which rights you have as a user of our website.

1. CONTROLLER

This website is owned by:

Jøtul AS, a Norwegian legal entity with company registration number 989 519 247, hereinafter referred to as "Jøtul"/ “we", will as controller process your personal data as further described below.

 

2. THE DEFINITION OF A COOKIE

Jøtul uses cookies on the website. A cookie, whether temporary or permanent, is a small file that is stored on your computer or other computer devices. The cookies allow us to understand the behaviour of the visitors on our website, in order for us to improve the user experience. The cookies also allow us to market our products on websites and channels other than this website.

 

2.1 COLLECTED INFORMATION

Through your use of website, we may collect the following indirectly identifying personal data:

- IP-adress

- Statistics of use

- Patterns of use

We collect information on the visitors in order to make statistics on how the visitors use the website. The purpose is to improve and develop the information on our website. Examples of the statistics made include the number of visitors on the different parts of the website, how long each visit last, which websites the visitors came from, and which browsers are used by the visitors.

Your personal data will be disclosed to and processed by our business partners for the above purposes. It will never be used to identify individuals or under any circumstances be sold further.

 

2.2 THE USE OF COOKIES

Cookies are a standardized technology that is used on most websites today, and as most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically. You can choose to change the settings so that cookies are not accepted. We note that it may cause many websites (including ours) to not work optimally. Jøtul also use data from the cookies to show you advertisements for products on other channels than our websites.

Jøtul uses the following providers on cookies:

 

PROVIDER

PURPOSE

COOKIE EXAMPLES

Jøtul.com

Used to distinguish between user sessions of the server. There is no personal information contained in this cookie.

JSESSIONID

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to analyze patterns of use and statistics. You can disable cookies from Google Analytics here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

 

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Google

 

 

Google uses these cookies to ensure that Google can collect user information for videos on YouTube or Google Maps.

SSID, SAPISID

Google

 

 

 

It is a security capability that Google uses to authenticate users, counteract fraudulent use of login data and protect user data against outsiders.

SID, HSID

Google

Google uses these cookies to personalize ads on Google web pages, based on recent searches and actions.

APISID, NID

Facebook

 

 

We collect information on the website that we use for remarketing through Facebook. This is to give users more relevant ads based on what content has been shown. The ads appear on Facebook and on Instagram (owned by Facebook).

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Doubleclick.net

 

 

Is used by Google Doubleclick for retargeting, optimization, reporting, and attribution of ads. The cookies are used by Google / Doubleclick to choose which ads are relevant to a user, to improve reporting, and avoid showing ads that the user has already seen.

IDE, DSID

 

 

3. YOUR RIGHTS

You are not required to accept cookies from this page, and most browsers allow you to disable cookies. If you have questions or need more information on your rights in relation to our processing of data, please send an e-mail to post@jotul.com.

If you are of the opinion Jøtul has not fulfilled its obligations in accordance with the law on processing of personal data, you may file a complaint with the relevant data protection authority.