Cookies/privacy policy


What is a cookie? 

Cookies are used on more or less all websites and in many cases, they may be required in order to deliver a service from the website.

Cookies are small files which websites can store on your hard drive in order to recognise your terminal computer. Cookies can be used to generate web statistics about how users use a website.

A cookie is a passive file that is not able to collect data from a user's computer. A cookie cannot spread a computer virus or any other type of harmful software.

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We at Unoform  also use cookies on our website www.unoform to study how visitors use the site. The statistical information is anonymous and cannot be traced to specific visitors.

We use the following types of cookies on www.unoform:

-       Google Adwords

-       Google Analytics

-       DFA tracking

-       Inside

Google Adwords – Search engine advertising

Google Adwords cookies allow us to trace the effect of advertisements displayed on Google in connection with searches. Such advertisements should ideally be as relevant as possible. By using cookies we can see if the user gained access to the desired page, product or data.
Over time cookies make a user's searches on Google more efficient.

Google Adwords cookies can be used in "remarketing" campaigns on the Google Display Network. Adwords cookies are stored for 30 days.

Google Analytics – Visitor statistics

Google Analytics collects visitor traffic data on unoform (first-party cookies), including information as to which pages and elements visitors use most on our website. The Unoform web editor uses the Google Analytics statistics to improve the user-friendliness of unoform.

DFA tracking - Campaign evaluation and advertising management

The system uses cookies to track the progress of campaigns and to correlate the results.

This means to a certain extent that the DFA cookies serve a similar purpose to Google Analytics cookies (and, to a lesser extent, Inside cookies).

Inside - targeting and limiting data 

It only makes sense to show the same advertisement to the same visitor a certain number of times. The use of cookies means that visitors can be recognised and it is therefore possible to measure how many times an advertisement has been shown to a specific visitor. Once a predetermined limit is achieved, the visitor will be shown another advertisement instead.

These cookies are also used to ensure that the advertisements shown to the visitor are relevant.

How can I remove cookies? 

When you click into www.unoform, you accept cookies by default. However, you can remove them at any time by clicking into this page: You can also remove unwelcome cookies through your browser's internet settings.

Why do we provide information about cookies? 

All Danish websites are legally obliged to notify visitors which cookies register data from their terminal equipment. This data must be in line with the provisions of  "Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment."

Link to executive order (in Danish) 

Link to guidelines (in Danish)

Further information 

If you have questions about the use of cookies on www.unoform, you are welcome to contact the web editor at


Privacy policy:

General information

When you visit one or more of our websites, we (Nobia Denmark A/S and Nobia Denmark Retail A/S) only record personal information which you yourself enter –- for example, when you sign up for our web shop or take part in a survey, or if you register to receive our newsletter.

We never sell or disclose personal information to a third party, unless you have previously given your consent for us  to do so.

We record personal information for the purpose of optimising the services we provide to our customers and to anyone else interested in our company.

We record the following data:

Contact details: Name, address, phone number and E-mail address We record this data in order to send newsletters to anyone who expresses an interest in the information.

Protecting your personal information 

In pursuance of the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data, personal information must be stored securely and confidentially. We store personal information in unencrypted format in databases that are protected against unauthorised access. Our security measures are continually monitored to ensure that the data we have registered about you are handled appropriately and always with due consideration for your rights as a consumer. We are however unable to guarantee 100% security in connection with internet data transfers. There will always be a risk that unauthorised parties can gain access to the data when it is transmitted and stored electronically.Therefore, when you submit personal information, you do so at your own risk.

We store registered personal information only for as long as it is needed to provide a good service for visitors to www.unoform. If you have personally requested to receive newsletters and other information from UNOFORM via E-mail or SMS, we store your data until you ask to be deleted from our database.

The rapid development of the internet means that amendments to our privacy policy may become necessary. We reserve the right to update and amend the present personal information policy guidelines. In the event of significant changes, we will notify you via a clearly visible message on our websites.

You are entitled at any time to be informed of the data about you that we hold. Should it transpire that the information or data we have registered are incorrect or misleading, you are entitled to demand that the data are corrected, deleted or blocked. In pursuance of the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data, you are entitled at any time to refuse to allow your personal information to be processed. You can withdraw permission at any time.

Further information about the personal information registered by Unoform

If you have further questions, you are welcome to contact the web editor at