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19th - 20th of August 2023, Sandefjord
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Privacy Policy

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When visitors add comments on our site, the information provided is stored in the comments form in addition to the visitor's IP address and which web browser version they're using. This is done to prevent unserious comments.

An anonymous text string generated utilizing your e-mail address can be generated (a so called "hash") and provided to the Gravatar service to verify whether you have a user account present there. Gravatar's privacy policy can be found here: After your comment has been approved, your profile picture will become visible to everyone as part of your comment.


If you upload images to the website, you should do so without including data about where the image was taken (EXIF GPS). Site visitors could download the image and extract such information.


When you add comments to our website, you may ask us to remember name, e-mail and website. This information is stored in an information cookie and is utilized to simplify things on your end. Next time you add a comment, you wont be asked to provide the same information again. Information cookies such as this expire after a year.

When visiting our our user verification portal, we create a temporary cookie to determine whether or not your web browser supports cookies. This cookie contains no personal information and is removed as soon as you close your browser.

When you log in, there will be a cookie created that stores your log-in information and the choices you've made in regards to how content should be shown. Cookies with log-in information expire after two days, whilst those with display configuration preferences expire after a year. If you mark the "Remember me" checkbox, your log-in information will be stored for two weeks. Should you choose to log out from your account, this cookie will be removed instantly.

If you edit or publisher an article, further information may be stored in cookies in your browser. This in the form of a cookie that does not contain personal information, but rather the ID of the article you edited. This cookie expires after a single day.

Built in content from other websites

Articles on this website may contain built-in content (such as videos, images, articles, etc.). Built in content from other websites behave exactly as if the site visitor was visiting the website the content originates from.

These websites may collect usage data about you, utilized cookies, add tracking systems from third parties and monitor what you are doing through this built-in content. This may mean tracking of your actions through the built-in content, if you have an account and is logged in on the website.

Who we share your information with

If you ask for your password to be reset, your IP will be included in the e-mail with the password reset request.

How long do we store your information?

If you add comments, the comment and relevant information about the comment will be stored for an unspecified amount of time. This is to allow us to recognize follow up comments and approve them automatically, instead of having to add them to a queue where an editor will have to manually approve them.

For users who are registrering on this website (should such an option be available), personal information provided will be stored as part of the user profile. All users can see, edit and delete their own personal information at any time (except from the username). The website administrator can both see and edit this information.

Your rights to information we have in regards to you

If you have an account on this website or have left us a comment, you can request an export file containing what personal information we have recorded for you. This contains all data you have provided us. You can also ask that we delete all of your personal information that we have recorded. This does not include information we are required to store for administrative, legal or safety reasons.

Where do we send your information?

Visitor comments can be controlled through an automatic recognition service designed to block spam messages.

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