Computerworld it-jobbank wants to offer a service that gives you the best possible experience. To do so, we use technologies that may collect information about you and how you and others use Computerworld it-jobbank's website and apps.
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We have grouped our cookies into these categories:
- Necessary cookies: Make the website and apps work
- Statistical cookies: Track how you use the website and apps
- Marketing cookies: Used for advertising
You can read more about the individual types of cookies below.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that is stored on your computer, tablet, mobile or other electronic device when you visit Computerworld it-jobbank's digital services.
A cookie may contain a randomly generated ID that makes it possible to recognise your computer and gather information about which pages and features you visit.
Cookies can do different things. Some cookies ensure that a website or app works as intended, while others may store information about your behaviour to provide you with targeted advertising. You can see a description of the different types of cookies below.
This policy also covers other forms of data collection, e.g. via so-called scripts and pixels. Data collection only happens for the purposes you have consented to.
What are the different cookies used for?
Below, you can read more about the different types of cookies.
Necessary cookies: Make the website and apps work
Necessary cookies are technical cookies that make the website and apps work.
Technical cookies mean that you do not have to enter your login details because the website remembers them from last time. These cookies also ensure that Computerworld it-jobbank is displayed correctly by activating basic functions. The website and apps cannot function properly without these cookies, which means that you cannot opt out of this type of cookies.
When you log in via Google, Facebook or Apple necessary cookies are used. Beyond this, partners do not use necessary cookies.
Statistical cookies: Track how you use the website and apps
Statistical cookies are used, for example, to track how long you have been on a given website or app and to track which pages you visit and in what order.
The information helps us understand how users interact with the website and apps by collecting and reporting information anonymously. They form part of analyses that contribute to improving content and user experience, as well as market analyses.
You can enable and disable statistical cookies.
Statistical cookies are used by Computerworld it-jobbank and the following partners:
|Google Analytics||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps for analysis and reporting purposes.||2 years||www.google.com/intl/da/policies/privacy/partners|
|Piwik Pro||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps for analysis and reporting purposes.||13 months||https://piwik.pro/privacy-policy/#product|
|Gemius||Collection of usage statistics for use in the Danish Online Index.||5 years||https://danskonlineindex.dk/persondatapolitik/|
|TwentyThree (23video)||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps via embedded video players for the purpose of providing statistics about the use and views of videos.||1 year||https://d1jyqwpez3grep.cloudfront.net/integrations/TwentyThree-Privacy-and-Cookie-Policy.pdf|
|Sleeknote||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps for analysis and reporting purposes.||1 year||https://sleeknote.com/privacy-policy|
Marketing cookies: Used for advertising
Marketing cookies track how you navigate the website and apps.
Marketing cookies can work in such a way that, after searching for a job title on Computerworld it-jobbank, you start getting banner ads with job postings for similar jobs.
You can enable and disable marketing cookies.
Marketing cookies are used by Computerworld it-jobbank and the following partners:
|Google Analytics||2 years||www.google.com/intl/da/policies/privacy/partners|
|Google Ads and Google Doubleclick||Used for online marketing by collecting information about users and their activity on the website and apps. The information is used to target advertising at users across different channels and devices.||1 year||https://policies.google.com/privacy|
|Youtube||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps via embedded video players. The information is used to target advertising at users across different channels and devices.||2 years||http://www.google.com/intl/da/policies/privacy/partners/|
|Leadhub||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps. The information is used to target advertising at users across different channels and devices.||2 years||https://signup.leadhub.dk/privatlivspolitik/|
|eMarketeer||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps for analysis and targeted e-marketing.||1 year||https://www.emarketeer.com/about/privacy-policy/|
|Sleeknote||Collection of information about users and their activity on the website and apps for analysis and targeted advertising.||1 year||https://sleeknote.com/privacy-policy|
What information is collected about me?
In connection with a visit, your computer, tablet or mobile shares, among other things, your IP address and location data. Computerworld it-jobbank is also informed about what type of computer, phone and operating system you are using.
How long are cookies stored for?
Fundamentally, there are two types of cookies – temporary (session) and permanent (persistent). Temporary cookies are linked to the current visit and are deleted automatically when you leave Computerworld it-jobbank's website and apps. Persistent cookies are, however, stored on your device. Persistent cookies delete themselves after a certain period of time but will be renewed every time you visit Computerworld it-jobbank's website and apps.
Below, you can read about how you can delete cookies yourself.
Can I disable or delete cookies?
If you want to disable one or more categories of cookies, you can manage your consent here.
Necessary cookies, which are a prerequisite for basic functions, cannot be disabled.
You can also change cookie settings by going to your browser settings and deleting cookies.
How to change cookie settings in your browser.
What does it mean that cookies can be set by partners (third-party cookies)?
Computerworld it-jobbank makes use of components that involve companies other than Computerworld it-jobbank. When using these third-party cookies, information about your use of our digital services and technical information about your device is collected for the purpose of compiling statistics and targeting advertisements at you.
For this storage and collection of information, Computerworld it-jobbank is the joint data controller, along with the supplier of the third-party cookies in question. Computerworld it-jobbank, however, is not responsible for the further processing of the information collected by third parties. You can read more about the processing of personal data in the third parties' own personal data policies, to which links are provided in the section What are the different cookies used for? If you wish to exercise your rights, which includes gaining insight into the information that these companies process about you, you must use the contact information provided in the privacy policies of the companies concerned.
Dansk Online Index
The website is affiliated with Dansk Online Index (Danish Online Index), which compiles statistics about the traffic on Danish websites. Analysis is performed by Gemius SA (data processor)on behalf of Danske Medier Research ApS (data controller). Cookies from the *.gemius.pl domain are used for the purpose of collecting information about IP address, time and technical information about the device, e.g. OS, browser version, etc.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by deleting your cookies in your web browser. How to change cookie settings in your browser.
Joint data controller
Computerworld it-jobbank is a joint data controller with Danske Medier Research ApS in relation to the storage of cookies and the collection of information for use in measuring traffic. The information is collected by Danske Medier Research ApS, which is the sole data controller for the further processing.
The legal basis for processing
The registered information is transferred to Danske Medier Research ApS, which is the sole data controller for further processing of the data in order to generate statistics on the use of our website. The legal basis for this is our legitimate interest in compiling accurate statistics on users of the website and optimising the operation and development of the website, cf. Article 6(1), point f of the General Data Protection Regulation. More information can be found at:https://danskonlineindex.dk/persondatapolitik.
What does it mean to log in via other services?
It is possible to link a Facebook, Google or Apple login with Computerworld it-jobbank's login system, but it is not a prerequisite for using Computerworld it-jobbank's login. It is up to you to decide whether you want to use this function.
If you do decide to use this function, Facebook, Google or Apple will receive technical data about your browser and IP address, and Facebook, Google or Apple will be able to link this data to your profile. The processing that Facebook, Google or Apple performs is beyond the control of Computerworld it-jobbank and solely a matter between you Facebook, Google or Apple, who are the data controllers for this use.
Website and app owner:
Computerworld it-jobbank A/S
Carl Jacobsens Vej 29-31
Phone + 45 70 22 93 00
CRN (CVR) 26533880
You can view the previous version of these terms and conditions here