Computas does not use the cookies to map the individual users’ usage patterns or other information that could violate privacy.
- Web analytics
- Necessary cookies
2. Legal basis for processing
The National Communications Authority (Nkom) presupposes that consent can be given by an end user using a setting in a browser or equivalent in cases where this is technically possible and effective, provided that the requirement for clear information is met, including:
- The information shall explain which cookies are used, which data is processed, purpose and who processes the data.
3.1 Web analytics
3.1.1 Google analytics
We use Google Analytics to obtain general usage statistics from our websites (number of visitors, use of pages, the most read content). The statistics are used to improve our websites. IP addresses are anonymized.
3.1.2. Google Tag Manager
Computas uses Google Tag Manager, an analytics program that handles other tags and scripts, such as Google Analytics. The information stored is not traceable to you. It is used in ongoing adjustments and adaptations so that we can provide the best possible experience on computas.com for our users.
Computas uses the following cookies for marketing purposes on computas.com
3.2.1 Facebook Pixel
On our website, we use Facebook Pixel. This is a cookie that allows Facebook to receive information regarding your visit on computas.com. This information is the basis for the ads that are displayed to you on Facebook and on Facebook’s content network on the Internet. We use the information to improve and further develop our website, as well as to provide you with relevant and customized marketing, and to analyze the effect of marketing. You can reserve against targeted Facebook ads here: Facebook cookies – Facebook Ad Preferences (https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/)
3.2.2 LinkedIn Insight
On our website, we use LinkedIn Insight, which measures traffic and response from marketing campaigns.
Computas uses the YouTube video playback service to display movies on the website. YouTube sets cookies to store information about the bandwidth and settings you make in the player.
3.3 Strictly necessary cookies
4. How to manage cookies
The first time you visit our website, you will be presented with the opportunity to choose which cookies are installed on your machine. Your choice will be stored for 12 months. To change your choice, delete cookies from your browser. You can read more about how on Nettvett.no’s website (in Norwegian) or European Commission‘s website (in English). Please note that by selecting to opt out of the use of necessary cookies, there is a risk that our website will not function optimally.