Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

1. Data responsibility

We take your data protection seriously. We handle personal data and have therefore adopted this policy to explain you how we handle your data.

Archii ApS is the data controller and we secure that your personal data are handled in accordance with applicable regulations.

Contact information:
Archii ApS
Ravnsborggade 8B, 5.
2200 Copenhagen N
CVR:37199699
Phone: +45 40407000
[email protected]
www.archii.io

Internal rules of handling your data

We protect your personal data and have internal rules on information security.

We have adopted internal rules on information security which contain instructions and measures to protect your personal data against destructions, being lost or modified, against unauthorized publication, and against unauthorized getting access to or knowledge of it.

We collect and store your personal data for specific purposes.

We collect and store your data in connection with specific purposes or other legal business-related purposes. It occurs when we need to:

Cookies

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file, that makes it possible to store information or access already stored information on the end users pc, smartphone, tablet or similar with the purpose of obtaining data about the end user.

Cookies are not pr. definition a bad thing. They make our lives easier in many ways. As the definition suggests, a cookie is mostly used to obtain data from a visiting user on a given website. The obtained information can vary, as there are many different ways to use a cookie and the information stored within. A popular way to describe the different cookies is by dividing them into categories according to their common use. Below follows a brief description of the most used cookies by service providers, website owners and advertisers.

Persistent- and session cookies

Persistent cookies will follow the user across platforms and browsing-sessions (searches), and the duration often varies up to two years or until deletion. Persistent cookies can be very helpful for a user by saving passwords, user names and recognize the user on his/her next visit so that the user’s experience stays the same as the previous visit – also known as “tracking”.

In contrast hereto are session cookies. These last only for a single browsing session (or until the browsing window is closed). A typical session cookie could be the “add to basket” function on e-commerce websites. A cookie is placed here so that the website will remember which item(s) the user has put into the basket. This cookie will typically last until the purchase is finalized.

First- and third-party cookies

Who has access to the stored information about the user?

First party cookies are commonly stored by the owner/admin of a given website and is generally only used by him/her. In contrast are third party cookies. These can be placed by anyone who might have an interest in gathering information about users on a given website. However, placement of third party cookies is usually based on an agreement between the website owner and the third party who wants to place the cookie.

Necessary cookies (session)

These cookies are very basic and necessary for the functionality of a website. The “add to basket”-example above is a typical use of a necessary cookie. If it were not for the cookie, the website would simply not be able to deliver what was promised i.e. a purchase function on an e-commerce website. These cookies do not require user consent.

Preference-cookies

These are used to enhance and improve the user experience of a visit on a given website. For example, if a website can be viewed in more than one language and the user choses “English” – the website will remember this choice at the next visit.

Operational- and optimization cookies

Typically used for operating a website, statistics and analyses of user behavior on a website.

Marketing – anonymous tracking across websites

Marketing cookies are used to track a user across websites. The anonymous information within usually contain information about a user’s visit on a website with products, interests and similar. The information can be used to created customer profiles, which allows the website owners to choose a more specified product range, based on these profiles.

Marketing – targeted advertising (behavioral advertising)

Behavioral advertising cookies are used to customize the view of ads and commercials on a given website. If a user has searched for a specific product on Google a cookie, containing information on this product might be stored. This cookie can at a later stage, give the user specific ads for these very products on other websites i.e. Facebook or similar. These types of cookies will often contain personally identifiable information and will require consent from the user.

How do I delete, withdraw and/or avoid cookies?

You can learn more about cookies and how to avoid them by clicking the links below. The links contain information on privacy settings and cookies with detailed descriptions on how to delete and avoid cookies in the future.

(English) cookiesandyou.com
(Danish) minecookies.org/cookiehandtering

Cookies we use:

YouTube Cookies

Name Provider Purpose/Category Expiry
APISID .youtube.com Used by attached youtube videos to register amount of views and analyse the behaviour of the user. 2 years
CONSENT .youtube.com Used by Google and Youtube to save the users acceptance of the cookies on the current website. 20 years, 4 months, 25 days.
HSID .youtube.com Help maintain the integrity of video statistics, prevent fraud and improve their own service. No private information is collected, unless you are signed in on a google-account. / Security 2 years
LOGIN_INFO .youtube.com Used by Google and Youtube, to save your login-preferences. 2 years
PREF .youtube.com A YouTube and Google cookie that stores a unique ID number to track user preferences. 2 years
SAPISID .youtube.com Used by Google to measure and analyse the number and behaviour of the youtube users. 2 years
SID .youtube.com Help maintain the integrity of video statistics, prevent fraud and improve their own service. No private information is collected, unless you are signed in on a google-account. / Security 2 years
SSID .youtube.com Used by Google to protect the website from scambots. / Security 2 years
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE .youtube.com Used by youtube to determine the band width of the user on websites with integrated youtube videos. 8 months, 2 days
YSC .youtube.com Used by Youtube to register and analyse what kind of youtube videos the user is watching, by assigning a unique ID. Session/until the browser is shut down.
_ga .youtube.com Used by Google analytics to differentiate the different visitors on the website. 2 years
remote_sid .youtube.com Technical cookie for the Youtube video service, that lets the website incorporate videoes that are hosted by the youtube server. Not specified
Wide .youtube.com Unclassified Session/until the browser is shut down.

Google Cookies

Name Provider Purpose/Category Expiry
1P_JAR google.com Unclassified 7 days
APISID google.com Used by Google to register, and analyse user behaviour on the website. 2 years
CONSENT google.com Used by Google and Youtube to save the users acceptance of the cookies on the current website. 20 years, 11 months, 20 days
HSID google.com Used by Google to protect the user and website from scam and unauthorized access. 2 years
NID google.com Registers a unique ID that identifies a returning user’s device. The ID is used for targeted ads. 6 months, 2 days
SAPISID google.com Used by Google to measure and analyse the number and behaviour of the user. 2 years
SID google.com Used by Google to protect the user and website from scam and unauthorized access. 2 years
SIDCC google.com Used by Google to protect the user and website from scam and unauthorized access. 2 months, 29 days
SSID google.com Used by Google to protect the website from scambots. / Security 2 years

Cloudflare Cookies

Name Provider Purpose/Category Expiry
_cfduid CloudFlare Used by CloudFlare for whitelisting specific users from security restrictions. 1 year
_biz_flagsA CloudFlare Cookies are used to remember users’ settings as well as for authentication and analytics. 1 year
_biz_nA CloudFlare Cookies are used to remember users’ settings as well as for authentication and analytics. 1 year
_biz_pendingA CloudFlare Cookies are used to remember users’ settings as well as for authentication and analytics. 1 year
_biz_uid CloudFlare Used by CloudFlare to track performance 1 year
_ga CloudFlare Used to differentiate the different visitors on the website. 2 years
optimizelyBuckets CloudFlare Used to store the page variants assigned to a user for A/B performance testing, to ensure the user gets a consistent experience 10 years
optimizelyEndUserId CloudFlare/optimizely This cookie is a unique user identifier 10 years
optimizelySegments CloudFlare/optimizely This cookie is set by the Optimizely website optimisation plaftform. It holds audience segmentation information for a visitor. (Performance-cookie) 10 years

Last Updated: 1st October 2017