UCPH does not share data with third parties, but several of the services that have cookies on our websites do share data with third parties.
The lifetime of a cookie may vary depending on what each provider has set it to. Some cookies disappear as soon as you close the browser window, others may exist for several years. Please note that cookies are renewed on each visit.
If you do not want the University’s websites to save cookies for statistics or marketing purposes on your computer or mobile device, you can choose to reject cookies: Click here to change your cookie settings.
If you do not wish to save cookies on your computer, you have the option to delete them and/or block cookies.
How to delete and/or block cookies: https://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering/ (in Danish)
If you are using a browser that is not in the list from minecookies.org, you must find the instructions in your browser's help pages.
Below is a more detailed overview of the cookies that are used on ku.dk
UCPH uses a number of cookies to properly display the web pages. These cookies control and secure traffic on the web servers and will not be used to collect personal data.
UCPH uses analysis tools to compile statistics on users' movements on our websites. They are used, among other things, to compile statistics about which pages are visited, how long users remain on the page, the order of page views and which items are clicked on. These services process the information on behalf of UCPH. To gather statistics about the use of UCPH websites, we use a number of systems:
- Google Analytics
These providers all place cookies on the websites in order to collect data about user behaviour. As far as possible, we seek to avoid collecting personal data, and we strive to anonymise all data, for example by masking IP numbers in Google Analytics.
If you do not want the University’s websites to save cookies for statistical purposes on your computer or mobile device, you can choose to reject cookies: Click here to change your cookie settings.
- Facebook pixel
- Google Ads (and DoubleClick)
These cookies store both anonymous data and can also store personally identifiable data. Providers may share the data with third parties.
If you do not want the University’s websites to save cookies for marketing purposes on your computer or mobile device, you can choose to reject cookies: Click here to change your cookie settings.
When you visit one of the University of Copenhagen's Facebook pages, Facebook will add cookies to your computer or other device.Facebook will receive data about you when you visit one of the University of Copenhagen's Facebook pages, regardless of whether you have a Facebook profile or not.
The data that Facebook collects about you is made available, to a very limited extent, to the University in anonymised form via the Facebook Insights feature (Insight into a page). Facebook Insights gives us an overview of visitor statistics and makes it possible to improve how we use the page.
Facebook and the University of Copenhagen have a joint data responsibility for the processing of your data. This means that Facebook and the University will have to share and determine the responsibility for compliance with the rules of the data protection regulation. You can read about the data protection regulation on the Danish Data Protection Agency website.
However, the vast majority of the personal data processed about you when you visit one of our Facebook pages is collected and processed by Facebook, and the data is not available or accessible to the University. You can read more about Facebook Insights and the sharing of responsibility.
To the extent that the University processes personal data about you in connection with your visits to one of our Facebook pages, the Data Protection Regulation allows you certain rights that you can exercise. You are entitled to:
- ask for insight into the data that the University is processing about you,
- ask the University to correct wrongful data,
- ask the University to delete data that is processed illegally and
- ask the University to restrict the processing of your data. The University of Copenhagen's data protection officer can give you more detailed information about the rules and advise you on your rights in relation to the University's processing of personal data.
The data protection officer Lisa Schultz can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
We never collect personal information without you having provided us with this information, for example by registering for an event or signing up for a newsletter, etc. In this case, the information typically collected is your name, address, postal code, email, field of study or your interests. UCPH does not transfer or sell any personal data to third parties.
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These terms and conditions were last updated on 20 August 2020.