Our responsibility and your rights (2)
Cookies are regulated in Section 2-7b of the Norwegian E-com Act (Nw. Ekomloven). Cookies may also contain information relating to an identified or identifiable person, and will in these cases be regarded as personal data. AutoStore is responsible for complying with Section 2-7b of the E-com Act, as well as the Norwegian Personal Data Act and the General Data Protection Regulation (the “Data Protection Legislation“).
What are cookies? (3)
A cookie is a small text file stored on your web browser or on your device. Pixels, web beacons, and other technologies are also used to monitor your use of our website. In this policy, we will refer to all of the aforementioned technologies as “cookies”
Measure and analyze the traffic on our website;
Measure and analyze the use of our website;
Develop and improve our services;
Develop targeted ads and develop target groups for marketing purposes;
Provide you with relevant and adapted content; and
Offer functions which enables sharing and interacting with social networks and social media platforms.
Cookies used on our website (5)
Google Analytics (5.1)
An IP-address is classified as personal information because it may be traced back to a specific device and hence to an individual. AutoStore uses Google Analytics tracking code that anonymizes the IP-address prior to the information being saved and processed by Google analytics. The stored IP-address can therefore not be used to identify an individual.
You can opt-out from Google Analytics using your data by downloading a browser plugin offered by Google Analytics via this link.
Third party plugins (5.4)
As mentioned in section 4.3 above, we use third party plugins on our website, such as share buttons from LinkedIn and Facebook. These third party providers will place cookies in your browser and/or device when you visit our webpage.
Legal basis (6)
Your rights and contact information (7)
Ryfylkegata 9, N-4014 Stavanger, Norway
Telephone: +47 52 76 35 00