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Wenaas may gather information from users of our website, including IP addresses, user patterns, times of visits and information about the users' browsers and operating systems. We use cookies on our website. Cookies are small amounts of data stored on your computer or mobile phone by the web browser you use. Cookies enable storage of user settings or the recognition of earlier visitors to the website. You can remove or block cookies by using the settings of your web browser.
Use of personal information is mainly done for troubleshooting, maintenance and optimization of our website. Personal information gathered by the filling in of forms etc is only used for the aforementioned reasons. User tracking (for troubleshooting, maintenance and optimization of the service) is never done in a way that could expose individual user patterns, but only by gathering data and anonymizing individual identities. Wenaas will not share or pass down such information unless required by law or legal proceedings.
Wenaas has strong restrictions on access to personal information and other data, including usernames, passwords and other login information, and only a limited number of Wenaas employees or employees of our service provider for this website, have access to the aforementioned data.
Wenaas will delete personal information when the object of the information gathering is reached, and when such deletion is allowed according to relevant laws and regulation. 

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