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We do not save any personal, identifiable information via cookies, and no information about you can be tracked via cookies. Cookies are very useful for you as a user of mycall.no, and us as a service provider.- We can adapt our website based on the information gathered. For you as a user this will result in a better, and easier page to navigate.
If there is clear information about what cookies that are used, what kind of information that is managed, the why we need the information, and who is handling this information, the 'accept' setting in the browser sufficient. The information should be of such a character that an acceptance of these is regarded as compliance.
1. How to avoid cookies?
As a user of mycall.no you're in charge of the cookies stored by you browser. Mot browsers allow cookies by default, but you can disable this in the browser settings to give consent or deny it.
2. Different kind of cookies.
We use three different cookie types. The first saves a file permenantly on your hard drive, so statistics about number of visitors on mycall.no and type of browser are stored. These numbers are just treated as statistics and are anonymised. We use this information to improve and develop future visit on mycall.no, and make it faster.
The second kind of cookie is called sessions cookies, and is only saved temporarily, for example to keep track of which language the user has chosen. This cookie is deleted when you close your browser or close the tab visiting mycall.no.
The third kind of cookie, is for statistics. This is used to track the number of visitors mycall.no has.
Prevents crimes like session hi-jacking.
Prevents crimes like Cross-site request forgery.
Used to administrate user sessions across web servers.
Remembers your choice regarding cookies.
Tag manager - Limit points that collects information.
Google Universal Analytics - Used to differentiate between users, and to collect information about the use of the website.
Google Optimize. Used to test variants within user testing.
Universal Analytics - Used to differentiate between users.
Google DoubleClick - Saves information regarding the use of the website and relevant marketing based on the users profile.
Google AdSense - Used by Google Analytics to understand the users interaction on the website.
A users is assigned a randomly generated ID, which ensures that several visits by a users isn't counted as several different users.
Tells HotJar if the users is using pages that generate heat maps, funnels, recordings etc.
Gatheres statistics about the website.
Used do track the succession of pages a user is visiting during a session.
Used by Facebook to show relevant ads to users and to optimise these. Also measures Measures user behaviour across websites with Facebook Pixel or Facebook social plugin.
Facebook Pixel - Used to deliver ads on Facebook and other Facebook-platforms after visiting a website.
A pixel with a unique ID for SnapChat. This collects information about conversions.
What are the cookies used for?
We use statistical and analytical tools from external service providers to collect anonymised information about the usage of our website. These are used to improve the user experience. We use Google Tag Manager to administer the different tools.
MyCall uses different services for distrubuting ads. These tools are used to place ads on different websites. On our own site we use them to log traffic from the different ad channels.
We use GTM to administer the different tools mentioned above. GTM does not collect this information, but is used to control which information goes to which tool.
Here you can choose which cookies your browser save. You'll find more information in our
These are cookies needed for the website to function correctly.
These cookies are used to analyse user behaviour on our website, and also marketing.