We are concerned that users of our services understand how we handle the data we collect and that they are confident that we respect the privacy of users. This Privacy Statement explains what data we collect, how this is done, where the data is stored and what we use it for.
At bcc.no no personal information is collected beyond the user’s IP address and we cannot use the information to identify individuals. Below you can read more about why we collect information and how we use it.
Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to make a user’s experience more effective.
This website uses different types of cookies. Some cookies that appear on our pages are embeded by third party services.
We collect technical information about the type of browser used, whether it be PC, mobile phone or tablet, as well as the operating system, date and time of the visit and location based on the IP address. This makes it possible for us, for example, to customize our services to the right device (such as mobile phone or desktop) and web browser.
Overview of Cookies on bcc.no
Duration and type: 2 years, HTML
Information, for example, based on the IP address, which pages are visited, how long the users are on the page, what pages they came from, where they click on next and what they are searching for. This enables us to improve our services and provide content relevant to our users.
We use YouTube as a platform for sharing videos on our site. Cookies will not be collected as long you don’t play any videos.
By playing YouTube clips on our web page, you agree to the third party cookies that YouTube uses. The cookies collect information about geo location and which videos are played on our site to display related videos on YouTube’s pages.
On the bottom of this page you will find information on how to opt-out from cookies in your browser, to still be able to watch videos on our site.
Duration and type: Session, HTML
Saves the user’s preferred language on the website
How can I see which cookies are stored in the browser?
In the browser settings, you will usually find an overview of all cookies that are stored, so you can delete the ones you don’t want. The browser usually stores all cookies in a specific folder on the hard drive, so you can also examine the content in more detail.
There are also services that are designed specifically for users wanting to track cookies and other tracking mechanisms, such as www.disconnect.me.