Cookies are stored in your computer
A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your computer, your mobile phone or other device that you use to surf on the internet. Cookies have many different uses but they are basically used to store information about you in your computer.
Cookies are used to make statistics
The Capital Region of Denmark uses the SiteAnalyze web analysis cookie. This cookie is used to "measure" your use of the website. These measurements are used to make statistics on how users use the website, and to identify where improvements are needed so that we can give the users of our website an even better experience .
The cookies does not contain any personal information
The cookie contains a randomly generated ID which identifies your browser when you read a web page. The cookie does not contain any personal information and it is used exclusively for web analysis. The cookie is named 'nmstat' in the list of cookies and has been set to expire 1,000 days after your most recent visit.
How to delete and reject cookies
We hope that you will allow our cookies, because they help us to improve the website. If you still do not want to receive cookies from this website, you should go to the internet settings of your browser and choose the tab with advanced cookie settings. Here you can add our website domain to the list of websites whose cookies you want to block.
Certain functionalities require cookies
Under advanced cookie settings you may also delete individual cookies or all of the cookies which your browser has stored. If you choose to set your browser to reject cookies, you should be aware that there may be functionalities in some websites that will not work.
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