What is a cookie?
Today, almost all websites are using cookies, because it in many cases is necessary in order to deliver a service on or via the website. A cookie is a passive textfile, that is stored in the user's browser in order to recognize the user's computer at recurrent visits. They are, among other things, used to produce statistics on the user's use of the website or send individualized information to the user. Cookies does not gather information on the user's computer, scatter computer viruses or other harmful programs. A cookie contains text, numbers or for example dates, but no personal information is stored in a cookie.
Owner's information and access to your cookie information
Besides Zenegy and its consolidated companies, Zenegy has a couple of digital partners (they are in charge of support of the website) who have access to information collected on the website via cookies. The information will not be shared with third party, unless we receive a consent from the person who the information concerns. You can always opt out of, block or delete your cookies. See more below.
Cookies at Zenegy.com
At Zenegy’s website, cookies are used to investigate how our website is being used in order to increase the level of user-friendliness as well as adjusting content and advertising and generating statistics regarding the use of the website. The information related to the statistics are anonymous and can't be related to users by name.
At zenegy.com, the following cookies are used:
- Session cookies are set by the website and are used to recognise the user when he/she clicks on website elements as well as to remember whether the user is logged in. Session cookies are automatically deleted once the user closes the browser.
- Persistent cookies are also set by the website and are saved on the user's unit and expires after a certain date or time interval.
- Google Analytics gathers data about the traffic on zenegy.com such as which pages and elements are used the most on the website. The editorial office uses the statistics from Google Analytics to improve the user-friendliness and the content on zenegy.com.
How to delete and avoid cookies
Users should be aware of the fact that if they decide to delete or block cookies, their access to the website will be more or less limited, the functionalities can become inconvenient and some functions will be impossible to carry out. Therefore, the deletion or blocking of cookies might lead to employees, who use the Zenegy application as an administrative system for pay- and Human Resource-related tasks, being affected by the limited access to functionalities for example when it comes to payment of wages.
Why does Zenegy inform us about cookies?
All Danish websites are obligated to inform all users on which cookies users are exposed to. The information has to be consistent with "The declaration on requirements for information and consent in regards to storing of and access to information in the end-users terminal equipment".
The declaration demands that a consent from the user is retrieved if the website wishes to store cookies on the users it-equipment.
Link to the cookie-law.
Users are more than welcome to contact Zenegy, if they have any further questions about cookies on zenegy.com.
Further information about cookies
This cookie-policy is produced on the basis of minecookies.org's guidelines. For further information, we refer to the website minecookies.org.