What is a cookie?
A cookie is a tiny text file that automatically is being delivered by a website when a user is visiting. The cookies are being stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone. When you visit the website yet again from the same computer or unit, the information which is stored in the cookies will be send to the website.
Cookies can be used for several reasons. Usually, they are being used to store information about the users’ behavior on a specific website e.g. in the shape of specific settings, content in a shopping bag or knowing if the user is logged in on the website or not.
A cookie is 100% harmless and cannot spread any virus or similar. The information we store in the cookies are anonymous and cannot be related to you as a person, but only in a anonymously shape to the computer or unit the cookie is store on.
Which cookies do foodjobnordic.com use?
Foodjobnordic.com are using 3rd party cookies from Google Analytics to measure and analyze the way the website is being used – among others to see which sites that are being viewed, how long users are staying on the site and how the users found their way into the website. A cookie is also placed on your computer, to tell the website if the notification bar must be shown or not.
Additionally, foodjobnordic.com is using 3rd party cookies from ShareThis (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn). We use ShareThis to let visitors share articles, job postings etc. in the easiest and quickest way from our website to social medias.
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How do I avoid or delete cookies?
If you wish to delete the cookies foodjobnordic.com is storing on your computer or unit, then you must go to the internet settings in your browser, find the place for advanced cookies settings. Here you can add foodjobnordic.com to the list of websites you want to block cookies from.
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