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Privacy

What is a cookie?

Information from the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority (26/06/2013):

Cookies
A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded and saved on a user's computer when the user opens a webpage. The cookie can have several purposes, like saving login details, remembering a shopping cart in a web store or registering the user's movements on the website.
Cookies can be helpful for both the owner and the user of a website. The owner of the website can accommodate their service based on the collected information, which will create a more user-friendly and tailored experience for the user.

Different types of cookies
Cookies can be:

  • - session or persistent cookies
  • - first-party or third-party cookies

Session cookie
Session cookies are deleted when the session ends, i.e. when you close your browser. These cookies are used to register a user's presence on the web page and their choices.

Persistent cookie
These cookies are not deleted when the session ends. Persistent cookies typically contain information about authentication, language settings and menu preferences. When the user visits the webpage again, the stored information will make their user-experience quicker and more adapted to the user. Most cookies have fixed expiration dates on which they are automatically deleted.

Third-party cookie
This is a cookie (session or persistent) set by someone who is not the administrator of the website. This can apply to ads and promo banners in online newspapers, etc.

What's this?

Today, most websites use cookies to improve their visitors’ user experience. A cookie is a text file that is saved in your browser's internal memory when you visit or interact with a website. New legislation and EU regulations for collecting information and privacy protection have caused many people to wonder what this really is. On this page you can find information about VisBook's use of cookies.


§ 2-7b Use of cookies

The storage of information in a user's communication equipment, or obtaining access to such equipment, requires approval from the user. The user also has the right to be informed about which information is processed, the objective of the processing and the identity of the entity processing the information. The first sentence shall not prevent technical storage of or access to information:

  • exclusively for the purpose of transferring communication in an electronic communication network
  • necessary to deliver a information society service by the explicit request of the user

 

What does this mean?

This means that all websites using cookies have to notify their users about this usage. It also means that this information has to be visible on the website's home page and any other landing pages (the first page accessed by the user, even if this is a subpage).

VisBook has, like many other website operators, chosen to provide this information at the bottom of the screen. This information banner can be closed by the user, who will then have accepted the use of cookies on the website. If this information is not visible, the home page must contain a clearly visible link (usually in the footer at the bottom of the page).

More or less all websites today use cookies for many purposes, like statistics and correctly displaying the website (based on platform, type of browser, etc.).

Deleting cookies

Most browsers are preset to accept cookies. Note that you can delete cookies by following the instructions for deleting cookies in you browser. This information can be found in the "Help" section in your browser's menu. Note that limiting cookie access can affect the functionality of websites from VisBook AS.

Our cookies

VisBook AS uses cookies on our own and on clients' websites to facilitate booking or displaying hotel rooms or rental cabins, etc..

We never store any personal or traceable information..
A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded and saved on a user's computer when the user opens a webpage. The cookie can have several purposes, like saving login details, remembering a shopping cart in a web store or registering the user's movements on the website.

Read more about our cookies

Cookies on our websites are used in the booking process, all of which have a very short lifetime (which means that they are deleted more or less immediately after they are stored):

acceptedCookies
Used to hide the information banner about the website's use of cookies. This cookie is stored for 365 days, and only contains the information that the user has clicked "Close" on the information banner about cookies in the browser in question.

VB_Next_State_(ID)
Used to define how to display error messages.

showcustomer
Can be used on a few of our websites to define a particular view of customer information. Only contains definitions, and never customer information.

AuthFailed
Used to display an error message in case of a failed online payment. Only contains an error code and information about how the system should process this.

showconfirmation
Can be used on rare occasions to tailor the order confirmation view. Only contains definitions, and never customer information.

edited
Used if the customer changes previously registered information. Only contains 'yes' or 'no' – i.e. defining whether the information is changed or not. Will never contain personal information and is deleted immediately when the booking is completed or aborted.

VisBook_404
Only used on our "404 - Page not found". Will only identify that you have been on that page before. This cookie has a lifespan of 7 days.



Third-party cookies

VisBook.com and the websites delivered by us might use one or more of these third-party solutions and, consequently, the cookies these contain.

DNN

VisBook AS uses DotNetNuke, which is a CMS provider for administration of content

Google Analytics

Preset to be automatically deleted 24 months after the user's last activity on the website. You may decline the use of Google Analytics. We use the analysis tool Google Analytics to analyse website traffic, use patterns and trends. Using Google Analytics does not involve collection of personal information. The collected data is stored on Google's servers.

Facebook

Pages with Facebook buttons or Facebook news feeds might generate Facebook cookies.

Twitter

Twitter might store cookies on pages on our website containing Twitter integrations.

Instagram

Pages with Instagram photos will allow cookies from Instagram. See also the next section.

Iconsquare

Iconsquare (previously statigr.am) is a third party delivering photo streams from Instagram to websites.

Zopim

Zopim is an online chat/support provider used on some of our websites.

yr.no

Yr.no provides weather forecasts on some websites and might store cookies in some instances.

UltraMediaGallery

We occasionally use UltraMediaGallery to display images. These cookies primarily exist to define whether the images are displayed on a mobile phone or not.

AddThis

AddThis is used on various websites to display share buttons from different social media (e.g. Facebook and Twitter).