Regular visitor statistics for the site are collected, and are routed to Google Analytics for analysis. The automatic statistics analyse visitor's IP address, which pages are downloaded, time which side the person came from and which browser and operating system being used. We will only use the above visitor statistics in connection with the operation and further development of the website.
The statistics do not provide information that can be linked to individual visitors, unless the IP address is connected with data stored by the visitor's Internet service provider. Such stored data is not available to us, but may be disclosed to the police and others in connection with criminal investigations or to process a civil claim.
By having a setting in your browser where it accepts cookies, and using www.nr.no, you agree that we can store cookies on your communication device to the extent permitted by your browser.
Most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) has as standard a setting that accepts cookies. You can choose to change the settings so that cookies are not accepted. You can also remove cookies that have already been set using the browser settings. In addition, there is a plugin for the most common browsers to turn off the storage of cookies related to Google Analytics.
If you choose to disable the storage of cookies in your browser, you will be able to read all content on www.nr.no, but you will not be able to change the language. This is because we use a cookie for "remember" which language is used.
Here is a list of the cookies we use:
- SESSid (where id is a unique identifier) is used to keep track of that you are logged in, and the choices you've made (check boxes and the like). For anonymous users will also be stored on the language the user prefers. This erased when you log out of the site, or after 24 days if you do not log out before leaving the site.
- Drupal.toolbar.collapsedog and Drupal.tableDrag.showWeighter are persistent cookies that "remembers" your preferences in the user interface.
Cookies placed on behalf of Google Analytics:
- __utmzer is persistent and contains information about where you came from (search engine, keyword, link, etc.) when you land on our pages.
- __utmaer is persistent and keeps track of how many times you have visited on our site, so we can see how many users we have who are in for the first time and how many come back our pages more often.
__utmbog __utmc keeps track of how long you are inside our pages, and how long the visit last. These are deleted when the current session ends.