Last updated: 31 January 2022
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that contain letters and numbers that are stored on your computer, smartphone, tablet or any other device you use. Cookies collect data about your behavior, which can be used to improve the user experience of, for example, a website.
Cookies are set the first time you visit a website and can be recognized the next time you visit the website.
They are used to keep track of which pages you have visited, remember your language settings or other preferences. A cookie used does not identify the individual user, but only the user's device. Cookies do not in any way pose a threat to your device and do not gain access to applications, apps or personal information on your device. Cookies can serve several purposes. This can be, for example, ensuring that the website's functions work correctly, optimizing the design and quality of a website, providing targeted and relevant content on a website or targeting advertisements for commercial purposes.
Website owner and contact information
This website is owned and managed by:
Danske Shoppingcentre P/S
What type of cookies we use and how we use them
Required cookies: Required cookies, also known as strictly necessary cookies, are cookies that are essential for the functioning of a website. Disabling required cookies may affect website functions, such as security, accessibility, and content display.
Statistical cookies: Measures the traffic on the website, including the number of visits, which domains visitors come from and pages on the website that are visited. They are used to optimize the design, quality and efficiency of the website.
Functional cookies: Technical cookies helps improve the functionality of the website and optimize the user experience, prevent abuse and irregularities
Marketing cookies: Marketing cookies are used commercially to target specific ads to you. See which cookies we use in the cookie declaration further down the page. Only Danske Shoppingcentre P/S uses the information. Third parties have access to information to the extent necessary to operate the service.
What type of information we collect
When you visit our website and accept all cookies, we collect the following types of information about you:
IP address, login information, time zone and country, operating system and platform, which website you came from, keywords you used on our website, pages you have looked at or searched for, download errors, length of visit to specific pages, and how you navigated the website (such as clicking and scrolling with the mouse).
Information about third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are cookies that can target advertising and marketing based on your movements. This cookie is different from the other cookies as it is a cookie that is placed on your device from a different website than the one you visit. Some of these partners transfer data to third countries.
Third-party cookies can e.g. be from a web analytics program like Google Analytics. Here, Google uses the information to evaluate your use of our website and the websites you otherwise visit. You can always read more about Google Analytics on their website.
We also use third-party cookies to collect information about devices and behavioral data in relation to how our website and other digital media are used. The information is used to build audiences for online marketing. The purpose is to ensure that we advertise relevant products, services and events. The target group can e.g. be interest-based or based on demographics (age, gender, etc.). If you prefer not to receive targeted advertising, you may reject the use of marketing cookies in our cookie settings.
How to change or delete your cookie settings
If you want to change your consent or delete cookies, you can do so via the settings in your web browser. Be aware that opting out of cookies may affect the functionality of a website. Many of the interactive features that the website offers are dependent on cookies and blocking or deleting cookies may prevent those features from working or reduce their usability. Different web browsers may use different methods of handling cookies. You can also change your consent in the cookie declaration at the bottom of this page.
If you use several browsers or devices, you must be aware that the action must be performed in each browser or on each device.