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The revised Electronic Communications Act requires web pages to inform the public about the use of cookies.

The "cookie section" says (in Norway):

§ 2-7b Use of cookies

Storing or accessing information in a user's communication equipment is not permitted without the user being informed of the information being processed, the purpose of the processing, who is processing the information, and having consented to it. The first point does not prevent technical storage or access to information:

1. solely for the purpose of transmitting communications in an electronic communications network

2. which is necessary to provide an information society service at the express request of the user.


By visiting our domains you also agree that we may use cookies. If you want to disable the use of cookies, you can do so in the settings of your browser. Please note that disabling cookies may result in a somewhat poorer user experience.

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