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Privacy policy, personal data and Cookies


Cookies are small text files that websites can use to make a user’s experience more efficient.
When you visit Danish Things, a range of information is collected about you, which is used to adapt and improve the content and make Danish Things more relevant.

Google Analytics is connected to Danish Things, so I can see how many people visit the site and which pages they visit on the blog.
It is Google Adds that delivers the advertisements.
You can read more here:
How Google uses information from websites or apps that use our services
How Google uses cookies

Should I accept cookies?

No, you can use Danish Things without cookies, but it is recommended to accept cookies if you want all functions to work.

Blocking cookies

If you do not want cookies, you can read more here: Management of cookies in your browser, where there are instructions to entirely or partially delete cookies and avoid receiving them.
If you remove your cookies, this may mean that you will have problems with login etc., on the websites you visit.
Deleting cookies does not mean that you are permanently unsubscribed from an advertising program. Unless you prohibit cookies, the next time you visit a page that displays advertisements, you will have a new cookie placed on your computer. Cookies are deleted automatically after a period that varies from cookie to cookie. However, they are renewed every time you visit a site.


When you, as a visitor, write comments on the website, the data displayed in the comment form is collected, as well as your IP address and the browser’s user agent string to help detect spam.
You must also write your email address; it cannot be seen by others online and will never be passed on to third parties.
An automatic spam detection service checks visitors’ comments: Titan Anti-spam & Security.
An anonymized string created from your email address can be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you use it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here.
After approval of your comment, your profile picture, or an avatar, will be visible to the public along with your comment.

Link to other websites

I sometimes link from Danish Things to other websites.
Danish Things is neither responsible for the content on these pages, the use of cookies or privacy policy.

The advertisements you see on Danish Things do not express a personal recommendation or a political position and are not companies I have chosen.

Personal information

Data processing takes place per the Personal Data Act and Danish law.
As a reader, you can contact Danish Things if you want information about what data I have on you or if you want the information deleted or corrected.
This does not include any data that WordPress and Danish Things are obliged to store for administrative, legal or security reasons.

Danish Things does not use the information for marketing purposes, including sending emails with advertising content, unless you have signed up to receive emails.
Information collected on Danish Things via cookies etc., is, of course, treated confidentially.

Danish Things newsletter

By signing up for the Danish Things newsletter, you will occasionally receive news and emails from me.
I use MailChimp as a provider and third-party mail system, and we do not pass on your mail to others.
You can delete yourself from the list at any time via the email you receive, and your information will be removed immediately.
MailChimps terms of service and privacy policy.

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If you have questions about Danish Things’ cookie and privacy policy, contact me at: hej (a) or through the contact form.


Danish Things is owned by Christel Parby, CVR-nr.: 42123536