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Cookie policy
This cookie policy for Columbus Trading A / S (hereinafter referred to as "COLUMBUS TRADING") describes the types of cookies COLUMBUS TRADING uses in connection with this website (the "Site"), and what the purpose is of using these, how cookies can be deselected, and how COLUMBUS TRADING processes the personal information you pass on to us.


What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that is stored on your IT equipment when you visit a website, and which e.g. enables you to recognize your equipment and gather information about your behavior for statistics and marketing purposes. It is important to note that cookies do NOT actively collect personal information contained on your equipment. Find more information about
  cookies here .


How can you manage your cookies?
If you continue to use the Site without pressing anything, you will consent to the cookies used on the Site. It is possible to remove or deactivate cookies from our Site. You can do this by changing the settings in your browser.


What cookies does COLUMBUS TRADING use and what is their purpose?

COLUMBUS TRADING uses cookies to obtain information for marketing and statistical purposes.   The acquired knowledge can e.g. give COLUMBUS TRADING an overview of which topics are most often read or searched for, for how long you have been at the Site, how long you have been at the Site, and from which website you have come. By applying this knowledge, we can improve the Site. It is important to point out that the information we collect from cookies is completely anonymous and can not be traced to named users.

First-party cookies
The site first sets 4 session cookies that expire when you close the browser. They are all used for statistical purposes. In addition
  we also set 1 first-party persistent cookie that is stored between 30 days and two years.

Third-party cookies
COLUMBUS TRADING also sets 3 third-party cookies, which i.a. allows you to play a video, a cookie required in connection with our use of GoogleAds and Google reCAPTCHA, which is used to distinguish between humans and computers to prevent auto-generated spam.


See Google's privacy policy here .

Read more about how to avoid third-party cookies on the Internet here .


Do you have questions?
If you have questions about cookies and our use of them, you are welcome to contact us at

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