Cookies and Privacy policy

At, we want to provide our users with a simple and user-friendly website.

To make sure that the content is relevant and easy to navigate, we make use of cookies. Cookies provide us with important information about how the site is used, which pages are viewed most often, how long our users stay at the site, and so on.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser to recognise your computer the next time you visit the site. Cookies are not active files – that is, they cannot harbour viruses or track any content on your computer. Their only purpose is to send information back to us about the time of the visit, the duration, and so on.

More specifically, the following will be registered:

• The IP address of the computer accessing the website
• The URL address of the web pages visited
• The time of the visit
This information is used to generate statistical information about visits to the website on an ongoing basis. The statistics do not include any information that makes it possible to identify individual persons.

If you do not want to allow cookies

If you do not want to allow cookies on your computer, you can change the settings of your browser, so that it will remember this in the future. You can also delete cookies that have already been stored.


If you submit an email in connection with a specific case to one of the contact addresses mentioned on the website, or if a case is created in response to your request, your request will be filed with the case. Case records will be covered by the regulations stipulated in e.g. Danish legislation on public administration and access to public administration.