When you visit our website, information is collected about you. This information is used to tailor and improve our content and to make the ads on the page more valuable. If you don’t want this information to be collected, you should delete your cookies (see directions) and stop using this website. We’ve written more about the information that is taken, why it is collected, and which third parties can see it.


The website uses “cookies,” which are text files that are saved on your computer, phone, or other device to recognize it, remember settings, do statistics, and show you ads that are relevant to you. Cookies can’t have bad code in them like bugs.

Cookies can be deleted or blocked. Here are the steps.

If you remove or block cookies, ads may become less useful and show up more often. You also run the risk that the site won’t work as well as it should and that you won’t be able to get to some of the content.

The website contains cookies from third parties, which varies in its content but includes:


  • Google Analytics
  • Google Tag Manager
  • VWO
  • Facebook
  • Search Console
  • LinkedIn


Personal information is any type of information that can be linked to you in some way. We get and use some information about you when you use our website. It happens when you sign up for our newsletter, take part in contests or polls, register as a user or subscriber, use services or make purchases on the website.

We usually gather and process the following types of information: a unique ID and technical information about your computer, tablet, or mobile phone, your IP number, your geographical location, and the pages you click on (your interests). If you give clear permission and enter the information yourself, your name, phone number, email address, mailing address, and payment information are also handled. This usually has to do with making a login or buying something.


We have taken technical and organizational steps to make sure that your information doesn’t get accidentally or illegally deleted, released, lost, damaged, used in a way that breaks the law, or come to the attention of people who shouldn’t know it.


The information is used to identify you as a user and show you ads that are most likely to be relevant to you. It is also used to keep track of your purchases and payments and to give you the services you’ve asked for, like signing up for the magazine, email marketing, and sales outreach. The information also helps us improve our services and material.

Period of storage

We keep the information for as long as the law lets us, and we delete it when we no longer need it. The time varies on what kind of information is being stored and where it is being kept. Since this is the case, it is not possible to say when information is removed in general.

Disclosure of information

Third parties get information about how you use the website, which ads you see and may click on, where you live, your gender, age group, etc., if this information is known. In the “Cookies” area above, you can see which third parties are involved. The information is used to put ads in the right places.

We also use a number of outside companies to store and handle data. These third parties only use the information to do work for us. They can’t keep it for themselves.

Personal information like your name, e-mail address, and more will only be shared if you agree to it. We only work with data handlers in the EU or other countries that can give us your information and protect you.

Insights and complaints

You have the right to know what information about you we store and use. You can also say you don’t want information to be used or take back your permission for information about you to be used at any time. If the information that is being kept about you is wrong, you have the right to have it changed or taken away. Email if you want to know more about this. You can also talk to the Danish Data Protection Agency if you have a problem with how we handle your personal information.