We care about making our users feel safe when they choose Penneo - and this also applies to our website's visitors. We want to provide you with transparent information about the data we collect, how we process it, and which choices you can make.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. These small pieces of data usually consist of alphanumeric information that uniquely identifies your device so that it can be “recognized” when you revisit the same website.
Cookies are designed to improve the user experience by recording their browsing activity (such as the buttons clicked) and “remembering” the actions performed (such as the information entered into form fields).
Every time you visit a website, you will be asked to accept or reject cookies, meaning express your consent on whether you wish to authorize the website to remember your preferences (such as preferred language, login credentials, pages visited in the past, etc.) for a certain period of time. That way, you won’t have to re-enter them when browsing around different pages of the website during the same visit.
Cookies are stored in a file located in your web browser (often called “Cookies”).
Are there different types of cookies?
Some cookies are needed in order for certain web pages to function. When cookies are strictly necessary for the website to operate, they cannot be switched off, and the law does not require the website owner to ask for the user’s permission. For all other types of cookies (analytics, marketing, etc.), the user’s content must be explicitly expressed and can be withdrawn at any time.
Cookies set by the website owner (in this case, Penneo A/S) are called first-party cookies. Besides, a website might use external services, which install their own cookies, called third-party cookies.
How long are cookies being stored?
The duration of the cookies retention depends on their type:
Some cookies are only stored for a short period of time, which can be your visit to the website. They are called session cookies and are automatically deleted after you end your visit (when the connection to the website is interrupted).
Other cookies are not deleted when you quit your browser. They are called persistent cookies and remain stored on your computer until their expiration date (or until you delete them manually via your browser settings).
The storage period of each cookie we use on our website is indicated in the cookie overview below.
These cookies enable the website to remember visitors’ preferences, such as:
if you have agreed to (or refused) this website’s cookies policy, as well as which categories of cookies you have expressed your consent for;
your language preference or the country visit the website from, to let us provide you with content in your preferred language without having to ask you each time you visit our website;
authentication credentials, like log-in method and contact information (only to enable product usage for customers or Support inquiries).
We use these cookies for purely internal research on the website’s performance and measure traffic. Examples of this information are:
the pages you visited on our website;
the time and date of the visit;
the webpages you reached our website from.
These cookies simply assess how you interact with our website as an anonymous user. The data collected does not identify you personally, it only tells us about your web browser and settings, operating system, internet connection, screen resolution and settings. None of this information can lead us to identify the person who is visiting the website.
Analytics cookies merely enable us to track and target our users’ interests to gain insights on how we can improve their experience (for example, by testing different versions of our website to see which particular features or content users prefer). The data collected can also be used to generate anonymized statistics about the browsing interaction on our website.
Performance cookies are only used in case you have given your consent to their collection and processing.
These cookies track your online activity across websites and online platforms and help deliver tailored targeted advertising. For instance, we use such cookies to:
show you relevant advertising on social media platforms (or other websites) you visit;
measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns.
Advertisement cookies are only enabled after you have given explicit consent.
What cookies do we use?
How to manage cookies settings when visiting our website
When visiting our website, you will be prompted to submit your preferences via the cookie banner popping-up on your screen, and we will save your cookies’ choices. You are entirely free to choose which category of cookies we can place. You can either accept the necessary cookies only or opt-in and agree to functional, performance, analytics, and marketing cookies.
Your choice will not affect your ability to access our website. Still, limited cookies might impact the way our website functions are presented to you.
If you want to adjust your preferences related to the cookies being used, you can either use the button below or edit your cookie list in your browser’s settings.
If you use multiple devices (e.g., computer, smartphone, or tablet) to visit our website, please note you will have to configure your cookie preferences on each device separately. In case your device is used by multiple individuals, please take into account that someone else might have changed the cookie settings you prefer. Using your (personal) user or browsing profile, including your personal cookie preferences, can limit this risk.