When you are in contact with the Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) on the web, you provide IFE with information about you. Our Privacy Statement tells you which information we collect, how we do it, and what we may use this information for.
IFE does not collect any personal information
In brief, we do not collect any information about you through ife.no that can be traced back to you as individual. We use Google Analytics, but all data through this service in anonymized.
What is personal information?
Personal information or data is information that can be linked to you, such as name, telephone number and email. How you use a website can also be regarded as personal information. For example, what you have clicked on, news letters you subscribe to, and who you give “likes” to.
Information we collect through cookies
To get to know how people use and interact with our website, we collect data by using information capsules (cookies). We use the analysis tool Google Analytics for this. We get information about for instance what time of the day and which web pages are visited, and how long users stay there. We do not store any personal information about this.
Google Analytics uses information capsules; small text files that the website stores on your computer. To ensure your privacy we use anonymizeIP, a function that makes all personal information which can identify you, including IP address, anonymized.
On https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage you can read about cookies and how you can administer them in your own browser.
If you have questions about ife.no and privacy, please contact Monica Guldhaugen