SOME LEGAL THINGS
Wedoio and Cookies
To track cookies, we use both Google Analytics and affiliate partner programs. Cookies on www.Wedoio.dk, www.Wedoio.net and underlying pages are used to both improve the user experience and target marketing. Our cookie life is 30 days.
What is a cookie - and what does Wedoio use the cookies for?
A cookie is a small text file that contains small amounts of information that is downloaded to your computer when you visit a website. This information is then sent back to the website you are visiting. Wedoio's cookies do not contain any private information such as personal names or birthdays.
Cookies allow a website to recognize the machine you are using and the data stored allows you to easily surf around between the pages, without e.g. to wait for each page to load the information again. The pages remember your preferences and enhance the user experience of a website. Cookies are also used to improve service and advertising.
Cookies are collected on www.Wedoio.dk in accordance with current rules and legislation on cookies on commercial websites.
You can read more about cookies www.minecookies.org.
How do we collect cookies?
Wedoio uses the following services to collect cookies:
We use Google Analytics to help us gather information about visitor numbers, visit duration, visit sources and which pages work best - and thus which ones we can improve to make the user experience better.
Read more about Google Analytics.
We use advanced tracking to be able to optimize and monitor our marketing efforts. None of our tracking programs places unwanted information on your computer - but work with cookies to monitor visitor activity on www.timelog.dk.
Do you want to turn off cookies?
If you want to turn off cookies, you can follow our instructions below - choose the one that suits your browser:
Note! Blocking or deleting future cookies will affect how the website works. If you have only deleted your cookies but not blocked them, we will still track cookies from your machine. See the guides above to block cookie tracking.