When you visit the website, you receive one or more cookies.

There is no personal information in the cookies, neither your email address, your user ID nor any other information. We use eg. cookies to customize our website to your interests, to create demographic and user-related statistics and to save your password so you don’t have to write it every time you want to sign in.

A cookie has an expiration date, that is, it is automatically deleted from your computer at some point. The lifetime of the cookies may vary, depending on which individual providers have set them. Some cookies will disappear as soon as you close the browser window while others may exist for several years. Most providers use 12 or 24 month lifetimes for their ad, statistics, and content related cookies. Note that the lifetime is extended after each visit. You can delete cookies on your computer at any time. See the instructions here.

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can see more here where a guide is available for how to avoid receiving cookies and deleting the cookies that are already on your hard drive.

The website uses a number of third-party services. These services also use cookies in some cases. You can read more about how to set up your browser to reject third-party cookies here.

Third-party cookies are used to compile statistics on your visits to the website. Here we use cookies to know which pages you visit and how long you are on them. We use Google Analytics for this purpose.

The website uses the free Google Analytics solution. When sending statistics data to Google from the site, no personal information such as Social Security No. IP address, name, address or the like. Instead, normal traffic data is sent as time, and which side you are on.

On our site we have embedded a Facebook like and sharing button. Therefore, you communicate with Facebook’s servers when you use our pages. In this context, information about your visit will be sent back to Facebook. This can be information such as IP address, which device and browser you use and whether you are logged in to Facebook. Learn more about what information is collected in Facebook’s data policy here.

Third Party Data Processors
We also use a number of third parties to process personal data. These third party companies comply with all EU General Data Protection Act (GDPR).

  • Google (Google Analytics, Privacy Policy)
  • Facebook (Facebook sharing, data policy)
  • One.com (Website Hosting, Privacy Policy)

How long do we store your data?

How long we keep your data depends on what we use it for. In the case of Google Analytics, the data collected is automatically deleted after 26 months, while information collected through our registration form is not automatically deleted.

You can contact us at any time through the contact details below if you want your data deleted (see GDPR’s “Right to access” and “Right to be forgotten”), and we will comply as soon as possible. How long it will take depends on what you ask exactly.

This privacy policy applies to the following domain:

The data controller for the above domain is:
CVR number: 54931328

Ellehammervej 6
9900 Frederikshavn

Phone: +45 98 43 91 22
Email: cama@cama.dk