Cookie Policy

Tofte & Company uses cookies to improve your user experience of our website, to generate usage statistics, to remember your preferences (e.g. choice of language), and to customize our advertising on social media.

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer’s hard disk, smartphone or other IT device. Using cookies on our website allows Tofte & Company to recognize your computer/IP address and to see which sites you visit and which functions you use, including when and for how long. Cookies containing your personal data will only be used for the specific purposes stated below. The legal basis for Tofte & Company’s processing of your IP address is our legitimate interest in generating useful statistics that give a fair view of the use of our website (see Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation). Further details on Tofte & Company’s processing of your personal data are available here.

We only place cookies on your hard disk, etc. if you click “Yes, I agree to the use of cookies”, for instance on the entry page, or if you do not make an active choice, but continue using our website, for instance by moving on from the entry page. In doing so, you agree to our use of cookies to enhance your user experience, to generate statistics, to register your preferences, and to customize our advertising.

In order to withdraw your consent to the use of cookies, you must change your browser settings. To learn more about disablement and deletion of cookies, read more in the section “How to remove cookies” below.

COOKIES ON WWW.TOFTECOMPANY.COM

We use cookies to improve your user experience of our website, for instance in relation to language choice and navigation. Therefore, you should be aware that there may be some features of our website that may not be available if you reject cookies. You may for instance be prevented from using specific services and functions that require cookies to remember the choices you make.

Tofte & Company uses the following types of cookies:

  • persistent cookies that are stored on your computer and allow us to recognize your computer next time you visit our website, thus improving your overall user experience, and
  • session cookies that exit only during your visit of our website and are deleted from your computer when you close your browser.

The two types of cookies can also be categorized according the party that places them on the website:

  • first-party cookies that are placed by the website www.toftecompany.com, and
  • third-party cookies that are placed by our suppliers and business partners and include elements that are embedded on our website.

Below is further information on the cookies used on www.toftecompany.com, including their purpose and expiry date:

Cookie Name Category / Purpose Expiry Date Link to further information
First party cookies placed by www.toftecompany.com
Google Analytics _ga Cookie for statistical purposes – Registers a unique ID which is used to keep statistics showing how the user uses the website.

Personal identifiable data used in connection with this cookie include your IP address, which is sent to Google Analytics to generate statistics of the use of our website. The IP address is kept for up to 14 months after being stored on the user’s hard disk, after which it is deleted.

Persistent cookie which is stored on the user’s hard disk for up to 24 months. https://policies.google.com/?hl
Google Analytics _gat Functional cookie – Used by Google Analytics to reduce the number of server requests.

Personal identifiable data used in connection with this cookie include your IP address, which is sent to Google Analytics to generate statistics of the use of our website. The IP address is kept for up to 14 months after being stored on the user’s hard disk, after which it is deleted.

Session cookie which is deleted when you close your browser. https://policies.google.com/?hl
Google Analytics _gid Cookie for statistical purposes – Registers a unique ID which is used to keep statistics showing how the user uses the website.

Personal identifiable data used in connection with this cookie include your IP address, which is sent to Google Analytics to generate statistics of the use of our website. The IP address is kept for up to 14 months after being stored on the user’s hard disk, after which it is deleted.

Session cookie which is deleted when you close your browser. https://policies.google.com/?hl
Third-party cookies are placed by our suppliers and business partners
LinkedIn BizoID Advertising cookie – Used to improve our advertising on LinkedIn. Persistent cookie which is stored on the user’s hard disk for up to 6 months. https://www.linkedin.com/legal /cookie-table
LinkedIn _bizo_np_stats Advertising cookie – Used to improve our advertising on LinkedIn. Persistent cookie which is stored on the user’s hard disk for up to 1 day https://www.linkedin.com/legal /cookie-table
LinkedIn _bizo_cksm Advertising cookie – Used to improve our advertising on LinkedIn. Persistent cookie which is stored on the user’s hard disk for up to 1 day https://www.linkedin.com/legal /cookie-table
LinkedIn _bizo_bzid Advertising cookie – Used to improve our advertising on LinkedIn. Persistent cookie which is stored on the user’s hard disk for up to 1 day https://www.linkedin.com/legal /cookie-table
LinkedIn lang Preference cookie – Remembers the user’s choice of language on a website. The provider is LinkedIn. Session cookie which is deleted when you close your browser https://www.linkedin.com/legal /cookie-table
LinkedIn lidc Cookie for statistical purposes – Used by the social network LinkedIn to track the use of embedded services. Session cookie which is deleted when you close your browser https://www.linkedin.com/legal /cookie-table

HOW TO REMOVE COOKIES

To prevent cookies from being installed on your computer, you may disable cookies altogether by using the shortcut [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete] or changing your browser settings.

Below are guides on how to block cookies for  www.toftecompany.com and how to remove cookies in the various browsers for PCs and Macs:

FURTHER DETAILS ON COOKIES

The use of cookies is subject to the “Danish Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment” (referred to as the “Executive Order on Cookies”). Below are links to more information on the Executive Order on Cookies and the Danish Business Authority’s guide: