1. Owner information
Name: Danish Film Institute
Company registration number: 56858318
Address: Gothersgade 55
Postal code and city: 1123 København K
Telephone: 3374 3400
2. What is a cookie?
Cookies are used on almost every website and the use is often necessary to provide the services of the website.
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on the user's IT equipment (such as a PC, tablet, smartphone, etc.) allowing the website to recognise the equipment. Cookies may for instance be used for preparing statistics of how the users use of the website and for optimisation of website contents. Cookies are passive files that cannot collect information stored on your device nor carry computer viruses or install malware.
Some cookies are placed by websites (third parties) other than the one stated in browser's address line (the URL). The contents of such cookies may be of a general nature, but they may also, for example, be analytical tools or embedded comment fields. This means that cookies are stored from parties other than the one that owns the website.
Some cookies are created temporarily and expire at the end of the user session when the browser is closed (session cookies). Other cookies are stored on the user's IT equipment for a longer period of time (persistent cookies). When the user revisits a website, new session cookies will be placed in the temporary memory, whereas persistent cookies will be renewed.
3. Cookies on dfi.dk
We use the following types of cookies on dfi.dk:
- Third-Party Cookies
- MailChimp subscription form. Registers whether the user has closed the subscription pop-up after signing up to our newsletter.
Cookies delete themselves after a certain period of time but are renewed each time you visit the website.
4. Cookies on social media
The Danish Film Institute administers a number of channels on social media (find an overview here). As the administrator of these channels, the Danish Film Institute allows third parties such as Facebook or Twitter to place cookies on the user's computer and any other device, whenever the user visits the channels. This happens whether the user has an account on the media concerned or not. The cookies are placed to store information about the user, and they remain active for up to two years if they are not deleted (find information below on how to delete cookies).
The stored information may concern demographical data about target audiences, such as tendencies regarding age, sex, relationship status and employment, as well as information about the target audiences' lifestyle and fields of interest. It may also concern information about the site users' online consumer behaviour and purchases, types of items or services that the target audiences find most interesting, and geographical information that allows the Danish Film Institute as administrator to make specific promotional offers, arrange events or in general to target information more accurately. All data is transmitted to the Danish Film Institute in anonymized form.
5. How to delete/decline cookies
How you delete or decline that cookies are placed on your IT equipment depends on your browser.
If you use a PC, you may delete cookies by using the shortcut keys [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete].
If this does not work, or if you use, for example, a MAC computer, you must click on the link in the browser you use:
6. Why do we inform of cookies?
All Danish websites are under the obligation to inform users about the cookies placed on the user’s IT equipment. The information must be in accordance with the "Executive Order on Information and Consent required in case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-user Terminal Equipment".
(Updated July 18, 2019)