At dk-camp.dk, we respect your private life
When visiting our homepage, you remain completely anonymous. We don't receive any data that could identify you personally. We can only acquire your e-mail address if you give it to us yourself, for example by registering for our newsletter. We will NEVER pass on or sell your name, e-mail address or other personal details to third parties.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a harmless text file which is stored in your browser when you visit a website such as our homepage. It isn't a computer program or anything similar, so it can't contain a virus, malware or anything else that could harm you or your computer.
Cookies at dk-camp.dk
All of the cookies at dk-camp.dk are completely legal, and are used exclusively to improve the user-friendliness of our site. We do not pass on or sell any cookies to third parties.
The DK-CAMP website does not store cookies itself, but some plug-ins, such as Google Analytics, store cookies to identify visitors to the site. These cookies are not used to gather personal details about you or anything that you may have stored on your computer. We only register the fact that a person has visited our site, which pages they looked at, how often, and so forth – without in any way being able to identify you personally. This information is fed into a general overview of the activity of all visitors to dk-camp.dk, and is used solely to improve our website.
How to avoid cookies
Most browsers will accept cookies automatically, but you can always go into your browser's settings to see what information a given site is gathering about you, and delete it if you wish. If you would prefer your browser not to store cookies, you can set it to permanently block them. An explanation of how to delete and control cookies may be found in English at the following address: www.aboutcookies.org
Please be aware that if you decide to delete or block cookies, this will affect the user-friendliness of any websites you visit. For instance, it can mean that you have to keep logging in to websites requiring a password, where you would previously have been logged in automatically. The choice is yours.