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​When you visit or one or more cookies will automatically be placed on your computer.

What is a cookie?
Nowadays, the majority of websites use cookies because, in many cases, they may be required to deliver a service on the website.

A cookie is a small text file stored in your web browser that enables a website to recognize your web browser if you visit the same website frequently. Cookies can, for example, be used to compile statistics on how users use the website or to send individualized information to your browser.

A cookie is a passive file and cannot gather information from the user’s computer, spread computer viruses or other programs that can damage your computer. A cookie may contain text, figures or, for example, a date, but no personal information is saved in a cookie.

How long does a cookie remain on your computer?
The cookies that are sent to your computer will be stored for a maximum of 48 hours from your last visit to Every time you revisit one of our websites, this period is extended. Therefore, the cookies in question are stored for 48 hours from your last visit to one of our websites.

Cookies on
On NNIT’s website we use cookies to determine the ways in which the website is used so that we can improve its user-friendliness. The information in the statistics is anonymized and cannot be attributed to named users.

On we use the following cookies:

  • Session cookies are set by the website and are used to recognize you while you browse the site. They remember, for example, whether or not you are logged on to the site. Session cookies are deleted automatically when you close your browser.
  • Persistent cookies are set by the website and saved on your device. They expire after a given date/period of time – i.e. 48 hours.
  • Google Analytics gathers data about traffic on, such as, which pages and elements of the website you visit most. The web editing team uses the statistics from Google Analytics to improve the user-friendliness of

 How do I avoid cookies?
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block all cookies, delete existing cookies from your hard drive or receive a warning before a cookie is saved. On FDIM’s (Danish Association of Interactive Media) website, you will find a guide on how to set your browser: Take note that the guide applies to the vast majority of browsers, but there will be a few that are not listed. You can always use the Help function in your browser to get more information on cookie settings. Normally, you do this by pressing F1 on your PC. Search for “cookies”.

Why do we inform you about cookies?
All Danish websites are obliged to inform users about which cookies are being placed on users’ equipment. This information must be in accordance with the "Regulation on the requirements for information and consent for the storing of and access to information on end-users' terminal devices".

The regulation stipulates the requirement for informed consent to be obtained from the user when websites wish to store cookies on users' IT devices.

Link to the regulation (Danish).

Further questions?
You are welcome to contact Peter Kaas, Data Protection Officer in NNIT A/S, if you have any further questions regarding cookies on



Peter Kaas, Data Protection Officer+45 30 75 48 06pxk@nnit.comAssociate Vice President Kaas, Data Protection Officer