Who are we? Our website address is: http://sso.no Which personal information are we collecting and why? Comments When the visitors are leaving comments on the page the information provided in the comment box in addition to the visitors IP-address and the version of the website reader that is used. This is done to avoid spam […]
Our website address is: http://sso.no
When the visitors are leaving comments on the page the information provided in the comment box in addition to the visitors IP-address and the version of the website reader that is used. This is done to avoid spam and illegitimate comments.
An anonymous text string is generated based on your e-mail address (also called a «hash») and is being sent to the service Gravatar to see if you have an account there. The Gravatar Privacy declaration is found here. After your comment is accepted your profile picture will be visible for anyone relating to your comment.
If you are uploading an image to the website, you should avoid uploading images that contains information about the place it was captured (EXIF GPS). Visitors to the page may download and extract such information from images on the website.
If you are submitting a comment to this website, you may ask us to remember the name, the email and the website. The information is saved in an information capsule and is there to make it easier for you. Then you are not required to submit this information the next time you are submitting a comment. These information capsules are expiring after one year.
If you have an account and log into the website, we will create a temporary information capsule to determine whether your web browser supports the use of this. This information capsule does not contain any personal information and it erases as soon as you are shutting your web browser.
When you are logging yourself back in again, a new information capsule is created to save your login information and choices you have made when it comes to how the content is showed to you. Information capsules with login information is expiring after two days, while the choices when it comes to how you see the content is stored for one year. If you are checking off the &lauot;Husk meg»t;,box the login information will be stored to two weeks. If you are logging out of your account the information capsules will disappear.
If you are editing or publishing an article, an additional information capsule will be saved in your web browser. The information capsule does not contain any personal information, only the ID to the article that you just edited. This is expiring after one day.
Articles on this page may include embedded content (f.ex. videos, images, articles etc.) Embedded content from other websites acts exactly the same way as if the visitor had visited the website that the embedded content originates from.
These websites may gather information about you, use information capsules or build tracking systems from a third part or surveil what you are doing through the embedded content. This also contains tracing of your actions through the embedded content if you have an account and is logged into the website.
If you are leaving a comment, the comment and information about the comment will be saved permanently. The reason for this is so we may approve follow up comments and authorise them automatically instead of placing the in a line for manual editor approval.
For users registering at this website (if this possibility exists), personal information that they are updating in their profile is saved as well. All users may see, edit and delete their own personal information at any time (apart from the username). The administrator of the website may also see and edit this information.
If you do have an account at this website or have left a comment, you may request to receive an export file containing the personal information we have about you. This includes all data that you have shared with us. You may also request that we are deleting all personal information we have about you. This does not include information that we are required to save for administrative, legal or security reasons.
The visitor comments may be controlled through an automatic recognition service against spam comments.