What is a cookie?
When you visit Feedbackfrog, a text file is sent and stored in your browser. The file contains information about how you have used a page, for example whether you have entered any specific language settings on a website. By saving the information in a cookie, you do not have to enter the settings again the next time you visit the site.
Two types of cookies – permanent and temporary
Temporary cookies are only saved for the duration of your visit to a website. If you close the browser or click through to another website, the cookie disappears.
Persistent cookies are stored for a longer period of time so that… A persistent cookie remains in place until it expires, your browser’s cache is cleared or other persistent cookies overwrite it. Persistent cookies also help collect information about how websites are used by
visitors, which allows you to identify and correct deficiencies.
- To improve navigation on the site
- To recognize visitors and make it easier to use.
- To develop the website
- To avoid displaying irrelevant advertising
- To collect statistics on how many people use the website.
Information collected by cookies on Feedbackfrog
The information stored in a cookie includes:
- The browser used
- Settings entered by a user during a visit to the website
- Which ads have been displayed and what part of that information the visitor has taken part in
- Information about how the visitor has navigated the website.
External suppliers may also store cookies that are used, for example, for traffic surveys, simplifying advertising and improving the function of Feedbackfrog.
You can disable cookies
There are three options for how cookies are used.
- Automatic storage
- Storage after your consent
- No cookies are stored