The Norwegian Centre for E-health Research, represented by the Centre Manager, is responsible for the company’s handling of personal data.
Information which you send to us via email is stored on our servers. You should not send sensitive data or personal details, such as your national identity number or information concerning your health, via email.
Craft CMS is our publishing solution for our website. Pro ISP is our domain registrar, where we store our website content. All data, including any user data, is stored on secure Pro ISP servers unless otherwise specified below. With the exception of our staff, we do not collect personally identifiable information via our website from regular visitors to the site.
Visitor statistics – Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to store website traffic and visitor statistics on our websites.
Examples of the kind of data which is stored are the number of visitors to various webpages, which websites they navigate from, how much time they spend on the website and which web browsers they use. The data which is stored is used to continually improve and develop the website’s content and services.
If you do not wish the website to collect anonymous data from you, you can opt out of this data collection here:
Our visitor statistics hosted by Google Analytics do not contain any personally identifiable information.
Google Analytics furthermore stores search terms used on our website. We use this data to improve the experience of visitors to our website. It is solely the search terms which are stored, and this data cannot be linked to other data concerning visitors.
What is a cookie?
So-called cookies are small text files which are placed on your computer/device when you visit a website. This allows the website to distinguish you from other users, and to recall your personal preferences over time.
The following cookies are stored when you visit ehealthresearch.no:
|CraftSessionId||Craft CMS. Checks if you are logged in to Craft.|
Until the browser session ends
|CRAFT_CSRF_TOKEN||Craft CMS. Used as a safeguard against Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), whereby form submissions can be monitored/stolen.||Until the browser session ends|
|_ga||Google Analytics. This cookie enables us to collect statistics concerning how our website is used. See the section concerning visitor statistics, above.||2 years|
|_gid||Google Analytics. Used to distinguish visitors from one another.||24 hours|
None of our cookies collect personally identifiable information.