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Cookie Policy

 

Cookie Policy

Autonomous Mobility aims to offer a website that is easy to navigate and shows content that is relevant to you. To that end, we use technology that collects information about you and how you and other visitors use amobility.dk (the "Website"). This policy is intended to provide you with full and transparent insight into the processing of your data, the consequences of the processing, particular points you should pay special attention to and your options for objecting to the processing.

1. Processing of personal data through the use of cookies

Autonomous Mobility’s use of cookies may result in processing of personal data. For this reason, we recommend that you also read our Privacy Policy, which describes our processing of personal data and your rights.

2. Consent

By using the Website, you consent to Autonomous Mobility’s use of cookies as described in the table below unless you have blocked cookies in your settings. If you have not blocked cookies at the time of your consent, you can withdraw your consent by blocking cookies in your web browser. For additional information about how to block and delete cookies, see section 4 below.

3. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored by the Website on your computer's hard disk, smartphone or other electronic device. For the purpose of this policy and your consent, the word “cookies” also refers to other forms of automatic data collection, e.g. Flash cookies (Local Shared Objects), Web Storage (HTML5), Javascript or cookies stored by use of other software. The word “cookies” also refers to information about your MAC address and other information about your device.

Cookies may be used by Autonomous Mobility and third parties.

Basically, two types of cookies exist: “temporary” and “permanent”. Temporary cookies are linked to your current visit to the Website and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Permanent cookies, however, are stored on your device. Permanent cookies will automatically be deleted after a given period of time, but will be renewed each time you visit the Website.

See a list of the cookies used and the purpose for which they are used in the table below.

4. How to block and delete cookies?

If you do not want Autonomous Mobility to set or read cookies on your device, you can reject cookies in your web browser at any time. In your web browser settings, you can opt to accept, block or delete cookies. How this is done depends on the browser you use. If you use multiple browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them. Please note that the Website may not perform as smoothly as it should if you delete or block cookies.

If you want to delete cookies already stored on your PC and you use one of the more recent browsers, press CTRL + SHIFT + DELETE.

If these shortcut keys do not work in your browser, you should visit the support page for your browser. You can find the support pages for the most widely used browsers and links to deletion of Flash cookies here:

Deletion of cookies in Microsoft browsers

Deletion of cookies in Mozilla Firefox

Deletion of cookies in Google Chrome

Deletion of cookies in Opera

Deletion of cookies in Safari

Deletion of Flash cookies

5. What cookies are used and for what purpose?

Below, you will find information about the cookies used by the Website, the purpose for which the individual cookies are used, by whom they are set and for how long they will be stored on your device:

Squarespace cookies:

Cookie    DurationDescription
SS_ABPP3 years               A random unique number or string of letters and numbers to identify the browser, the times and dates our visitors interact with the site.
SS_MATTR10 yearsThis cookie provide us with information about your visit, such as device and browser usage and referral sites. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form.
SS_MID10 yearsThis cookie identifies a unique visitor. No visitor information is stored except a unique ID.
_zlcmid1 yearLive chat widget (not currently in use)
_gcl_au3 monthsUnder investigation
ss_lastidSessionDetermine if you have visited the website before.
crumbSessionPrevents cross-site request forgery (CSRF). CSRF is an attack vector that tricks a browser into taking unwanted action in an application when someone’s logged in.
ss_cid2 yearsIdentifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site
ss_cookieAllowed30 daysRemembers if a visitor agreed to placing Analytics cookies on their browser if a site is restricting the placement of cookies
ss_cpvisit2 yearsIdentifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site
ss_cvisit30 minutesIdentifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site
ss_cvr2 yearsIdentifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site
ss_cvt30 minutesIdentifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site

Read more about these cookies here.

Google Analytics cookies:

Cookie            Duration           Description
_ga2 yearsAnalytics used to distinguish users                    
_gat1 minuteAnalytics used to throttle request rate
_gid24 hoursAnalytics used to distinguish users

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Last update: 27th of March, 2019