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Privacy statement

The following privacy statement applies to INOSA’s website,

Information we collect:

Information about how you use our website – for example which sub-pages you visit, browser settings and IP address. If you submit a contact form, your name, telephonenumber and e-mail is stored.

How we use personal data

We use the information we collect on our websites to optimize user experience and functionalities based on what you show interest in and what appears to be your need/intention when visiting Our aim is that you should easily find what you are looking for and that our pages should be both inspiring and intuitive.

How personal information is collected

INOSA collects information via the following form and digital tools:

Using cookies on the website – data is collected automatically. Read more about our cookies further down on this page. If you submit a contact form, your name, telephonenumber and e-mail is stored.

How personal data is stored:

Information about your use of the website is stored in various cookies – see description of all our cookies further down this page.

Voluntary consent:

Most browsers are set to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can set your browser to reject cookies, or to only reject third-party cookies.

NB: If you choose to reject cookies, you risk losing access to certain functions on other websites that depend on cookies to deliver services or user experience, such as online shopping and logging in. You can opt out of the use of Google Analytics. Learn how here.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small data file that is placed in your browser in order to keep track of what happens during your website visit, and to be able to recognize your computer. It cannot be used to identify you. A cookie is not a program and does not contain viruses.

The following cookies are used on

Google Analytics: INOSA uses the analysis tool Google Analytics to analyze user patterns and traffic trends on the website. The data is used to optimize user experience and the website content. According to Google’s guidelines, no personal information is collected about the user. The data collected is stored on Google’s servers and deleted after 24 months if you have not returned to the website during this period.

You can read more about how Google collects and protects data here.

Facebook Pixels: We use Facebook Pixels to register your visit to so that we can advertise to you in Facebook’s network. Several websites use this cookie today to enable Facebook to show you advertisements that are relevant to you and your previous search history. Facebook can also deprioritize advertisements that are not relevant or interesting to you, and improve your overall user experience on Facebook.

Through Facebook Pixles, we do not collect personal or contact information, only the user history collected on the cookie that is stored locally on your machine.

Read more about Facebook’s guidelines for data processing here

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