Purpose of cookies on this website
- Login: If the website has a login option, we store an ID number and the time of login in a cookie on your device, which enables you to navigate around the website without having to log in again every time you open a new page.
- Interest-based advertising online: You can see advertisements from the Orkla Group on other websites due to cookies placed on your browser or device by this website. The advertisements are based on the content and pages you visited on our website, plus user information such as geographical location. This method allows us to identify your interests and make our advertisements more relevant to you. The technology is called “remarketing” and it is provided by third party suppliers such as Google.
- Use of behavioural data for “twin profiles”: Twin profiles are based on the collection of data about the users’ behaviour on our websites. If we know about the interests of one cluster of users (see previous point), we can extend the ads they like to new groups that show similar/the same interests and behaviour patterns on our websites.
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