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Cookie Policy

Last updated: 13.12.23

This statement describes how Deltager AS (org. no. 982 111 986) uses cookies when using our websites as web and / or message pages (including, but not limited to, letsreg.com, blogg.deltager.no, www.deltager.no and www.participant.no) and mobile applications. Hereinafter collectively referred to as the Solutions.

All our Solutions are owned and operated by Deltager AS (visiting address Universitetsgata 2, 0164 Oslo). Hereinafter referred to as “we”, “us” or “our”.

By “Visitor” we mean any person who visits our Solutions, regardless of creating an Organizer account, user profile or signing up for an event. By “Organizers” we mean the person who publishes an event via our Solutions.

Below we will describe how you can manage your cookies but also for what purposes they are used for our Solutions.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored in the browser of the device you use when you visit a website. Feel free to call them small digital footprints that enable a website to recognize you and your preferences based on your visits.

A concrete example of this is an online shop, where a cookie will remember your password and username when logging in. Furthermore, it can remember which products you put in the shopping cart on your last visit or it will ensure that you only see ads from product pages you have actually visited.

We talk here about how cookies are used to personalize and improve your user experience.

What type of cookies are used

Cookies can be categorized into three types:


Session dependent cookie

This type of cookie is deleted after the end of the session, i.e. when you close your browser. Examples of this are registering whether a user is on the website and which choices are made.

Fixed cookie

Unlike a session cookie, a persistent cookie will last longer as it will be stored locally on your device. Fixed cookies can typically contain information about authentication, language settings and user preferences. This means that visits to the website will be faster and more adapted to the user. Most permanent cookies have an expiry date where they are deleted automatically after a certain period, but you can delete them at any time (see section below for how to manage your cookies)


First or third party cookie

These are cookies (which may also be permanent or session dependent) that are placed on the website in order to be able to deliver, customize and measure the effect of advertisements. This means that when you visit our Solutions, we will be able to target ads via third-party solutions.


However, we do not allow third-party advertisers to place their own cookies. However, it may happen that the Organizer places cookies on its registration pages, but they must then follow our guidelines. Should you experience being exposed to advertisements that are suspected to come from a visit to a registration page via our Solutions, you will need to contact the Organizer for more information.

Remember that you can switch off or limit the use of cookies in your browser at any time. Further down this page we will show you how.

Which cookies are used in our Solutions

Below you will see a list of the cookies used in our Solutions. This means that visits to our Solutions will be affected by the following cookies:


Facebook Pixel / Remarketing

Facebook Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Facebook”)) gives us the ability to target advertisements (using pixels) to visitors to our Solutions via Facebook’s platform. For example, we can show ads for a new blog post on Facebook, only to those who have visited our Solutions (remarketing).


The Facebook Pixel is a permanent cookie and data must be in accordance with Facebook is deleted after 90 days. The following information may be collected via the Facebook Pixel:

Data from HTTP headers (such as IP addresses, browser information, document, page location, previously visited page and user agent)
Pixel-specific data such as Pixel ID and Facebook Cookie (which websites you visit)
Facebook conversions (how you use the site)


It is important to emphasize that the data obtained via the Facebook Pixel is anonymous to us and that we only use this data for statistical purposes. This helps us measure the performance of marketing activities and publish new relevant, quality content.


The data is linked to your Facebook account, and can be used by Facebook for its own advertising purposes. In the Facebook settings, you can limit the different categories of data collected by Facebook. For more information about Facebook’s privacy policy, see Facebook’s privacy policy.


In addition to managing the rights via the Facebook settings, you can also switch off or limit the use of pixels or cookies in your browser for specific websites. See further down this page for how to manage this.

Social media plug-ins

These are third-party cookies that, for example, allow the sharing of content from our Solutions to social media. These can be platforms such as, but not limited to, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

By using sharing buttons or other action buttons, you will allow a third party to link this information (eg a “Like”) to your user profile on the relevant social media platform. It may be data that tells, for example, which website you have visited.

Deltager AS does not collect data or statistics from this type of cookie, and points out that it is optional to use sharing buttons or other action buttons that allow you to share data with other social media platforms. We will therefore have to refer to the respective social media platforms for more information, so that you can understand what it means to share this type of data:


See further down for more information on processing cookies in your browser.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics (from Google Inc., hereinafter called “Google”) is an analysis tool that enables us to analyze the use of our Solutions, so that we can optimize the content and give visitors a better experience.


With the help of Google Analytics, we can, among other things, analyze the following information:

IP adress
Pages you have visited
Time spent on the page in question
Referrals (for example, which URL a visitor came from)
Which browser you use
Operating system and device
Geographic overview


Worth mentioning is that your IP address will be anonymized by Google and will never be available to Deltager AS. The IP address is also not merged with other Google data and we will never be able to identify the individual visitor based on the statistics that Google makes available.


The data sent by us and linked to cookies, user identifications (e.g. User ID) or advertising ID are automatically deleted after a maximum of 24 months. If you want more information about how Google uses and collects data, you can read more about this in Google’s privacy policy.


As a visitor, you can disable tracking by Google Analytics using a browser extension or you can configure yourself how your browser should process this type of cookie (more information on this can be found further down this page)


Google AdWords

Google AdWords

(from Google Inc., hereinafter referred to as “Google”) is an advertising and analysis tool provided by Google.


To measure conversions with Google AdWords, a pixel code is installed when you click on one of Deltager AS’s advertisements displayed by Google.


This means that when you click on one of our ads and open one of our pages with the pixel code (provided that this cookie has not expired), the conversion is recorded. With the help of the conversion pixel, Deltager AS can obtain the total number of conversions and analyze the effectiveness of our advertisements.


The pixels expire after 30 days and do not serve to identify users. Google uses different cookies for the various services offered via Google AdWords, but the information in these is not consolidated with other cookies.


You can read more about Google AdWords and how they treat your privacy here.


Visitors with a Google account (e.g. Gmail) can manage their ad settings so that they will apply to other browsers and devices (provided you are signed in to them). Should the visitor not have an account with Google, one can still manage the ad settings, but it will only apply to that particular browser and device.

You can also manage cookies via your browser, and you can find more information about this further down the page.


Google DoubleClick

Google DoubleClick (from Google Inc., hereinafter referred to as “Google”) is an advertising tool used for the purchase and sale of advertisements. It represents a market where advertisers can bid on banner ads across the internet and will therefore have a larger reach than the Google Display Network (also provided by Google).


Google DoubleClick uses two specific cookies to be able to obtain information from the visitor:


The IDE is used to record and report the visitor’s actions after being shown or clicking on an advertisement, where the purpose is to measure its effectiveness (eg in terms of a specific conversion) and to target advertisements. This cookie expires after one (1) year.


Test_cookie is used to check if the visitor’s browser supports the use of cookies. This is a session-based cookie, which means it will expire when you close your browser.


If you want more information about how Google DoubleClick uses cookies, you can click here.


Visitors with a Google account (e.g. Gmail) can manage their ad settings so that they will apply to other browsers and devices (provided you are signed in to them). Should the visitor not have an account with Google, one can still manage the ad settings, but it will only apply to that particular browser and device.


You can also manage cookies via your browser, and you can find more information about this further down the page.



We use Hotjar (provided by Hotjar Ltd.) to better understand the user’s needs and to optimize the Solution and the user experience. Hotjar is a technology service that helps us understand our visitors better (for example, how much time they spend on which pages, which links they choose to click on, what users like and dislike, etc.), so that we can develop and maintain our Solution with feedback from the visitors.


Hotjar uses cookies and other technologies to collect data about the user’s behavior and their devices (in particular, the device’s IP address (received and stored only in anonymized form), device screen size, device type (unique device identifiers), browser information, geographic location (country only ), preferred language used to display our website). Hotjar stores this information in a pseudonymised user profile.


Neither Hotjar nor Deltager AS will use data to identify individual users or to match it with additional data on a single visitor. Hotjar stores data for 365 days, and will then start an automatic deletion process that takes approx. 30 days.


For further details, see Hotjar’s guidelines for privacy


Hotjar also gives you the option to turn off Hotjar saving data from you via a separate link or you can manage cookies in your browser (see further down on this page).


Våre cookies

From time to time we will use our own cookies to offer you a better user experience. These can be cookies where we save the session if the Participant has finished registering their registration. Our cookies have the following name and description:


ASP.NET_SessionId: Stores the visitor’s session state across the website(s)

Utløper: After the end of the session

SID1: Saves the visitor’s session when starting to register for an event
Expires: After session ends

gdprcookie_status_002: This cookie will only be downloaded when you have approved the cookie banner stating that the Solution uses cookies. The last number in this cookie refers to the version. New versions will then have ascending numbers.
Expires: after 1 year

Disable cookies

As a visitor to a website, you must be informed if the website uses cookies. At the same time, you will also be informed how you can withdraw your consent (deactivate cookies).


Facebook gives you the option to limit the use of your data via Facebook settings. Google offers something similar in that you can manage your ad settings whether you have a Google account or not.


Our recommendation to manage cookies (including withdrawing consent by disabling / configuring them) would be to change these settings directly in the browser (eg Google Chrome or Internet Explorer). This is because you most likely use one specific browser and can then configure how it should accept / process cookies or give you notifications. It will be much easier than having to change settings per website you visit.


Below is a list of browsers, with links to their instructions on how to delete cookies. On the same pages, there should also be links to how you can configure the settings in your browser. Some of these browsers offer a “Do Not Track” feature. Such a function will tell websites that your behavior (how you use the website) should be traceable.


We will try to keep the list below up to date, but we also recommend that you follow the respective websites of the browsers below:


Google Chrome
Safari | Ikke-spor-meg
Internet Explorer
Firefox | Ikke-spor-meg
iOS (iPhone, iPad eller iPod Touch)

More information

If you would like more information about cookies, we would also recommend reading more about this at Nettvett.no.


It also finds websites, such as YourOnlineChoices and NetwordAdvertising, which provide you with an overview of websites where cookies are used for interest-based marketing (such as retargeting). Via these services, you can also turn off cookies and these settings will also be stored in your browser.

Update of cookies and policy

Deltager AS reserves the right to use information cookies as long as it is expedient and that it does not contravene applicable laws. We will therefore from time to time be able to remove, change or add cookies.

Changes will be effected by updating the Solutions and unless other notice or consent is required by applicable laws, this will serve as notice for these changes.

Do you need help or have questions about your privacy?

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