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    Last update: 15. januar 2016

    Information regarding the of the website

    By using or downloading content or information from intility.no (“the website”), you accept these general terms and conditions of use. This declaration contains information that you are entitled to according to the Personal Data Act § 19, as a result of that information about your behavior and use of the website is collected. The declaration also includes information on how Intility AS (Intility) process personal data, cf. the Personal Data Act § 18, section one. In addition to the information collected through the website, Intility process personal data on behalf of our customers. All such treatment is conducted in order to fulfill the agreements between Intility and the customer Intility is responsible for Intility’s processing of personal data. The daily processing responsibility lies with our compliance department. For the sake of good order, Intility informs that the Privacy Policy may change from time to time due to changes in how Intility handle, collect and process the collected information.

    Collection of information

    Intility collects information concerning visitors to the website. The background and purpose of the collection is to compile statistics, which we among other things use to learn from your and other user’s behavior, so that we can improve the websites functionality, user experience and content. The collected data includes information on how many users is visiting the webiste, the duration of these sessions, what network the user belongs to, which browser is used, information about the navigation on the webiste, date and time of visit, ISP and information about the operating system of the user. The collected information may also be used for sales and marketing purposes, this in order to provide our customers with relevant and customized offers. The information we collect cannot be tracked back to an individual user. We use the web analytic tool Google Analytics, the tool is provided by Google Inc. (Google). The functionality of the tool entails that the collected information is sent to and stored by Google. The tool utilizes cookies, which are used to collect information from the website and to generate and compile statistics. Read more about cookies and how Intility and Google uses the collected information below. If you use a browser where the “Do not Track” (DNT) function is activated, this will be respected by the website.


    According to § 2-7b in the Law of electronic communications (ekomloven), Intility is obliged to inform our visitors about the use of cookies. Intility uses cookies for obtaining information regarding the use of the website. Cookies are small text files placed on your computer whenever you load a website, such as intility.no. Intility uses cookies to generate statistics, however, we cannot track your use of the site back to you as an individual. Information storage and processing is based on the users’ consent. Cookies are used to collect information that is assembled to statistics so that we can improve the website. You decide whether you would like to accept the use of cookies or not, however, we do note that if you do not accept to the use of cookies, this will cause malfunction in certain functions of the website. By using intility.no you agree to Intility’s use of cookies. The following cookies is utilized:
    • utmz which gives us an overview of where you came from (search engine, keyword, link etc.) when you came to the website. Google Analytics is used both internally on our website, but also on our banners and pictures. Therefore, you may sometimes see two cookies named __utmz.
    • __utma provides us with information on how many times you have visited the website. Hence, we can see how many users we have, who of these visiting for the first time and how many who have visited our website before, and how often they visit us.
    • __utmb og __utmc allows us to see how long you are on the website, and the duration of the visit. These are deleted when you leave our site.
    Because cookies used on the site are provided by Google, the collected information is stored at Google. Google may use this information to create effective ads, prepare reports on activities in relation to marketing, to develop websites and apps, improve their own products such as Google+, detect and prevent fraud and to fulfill their legal obligations. Full details on how Google process the collected information, can be foundhere. Information on how to delete cookies in your browser, is available here. The information Intility collect using cookies is not shared with other third parties than Google.


    If you subscribe to our newsletter, we need your e-mail address in order to distribute our newsletters to the right addresses. To receive our newsletter, you must register with name and e-mail. These details will be stored by us, we will however not be shared the provided information with third parties. If you cancel your subscription, we will delete the saved addresses.

    Courses & seminars

    When we organize courses and/or seminars, we will collect e-mail addresses, names and telephone numbers of the participants during the registration. The information will be stored in our CRM-system (SuperOffice). The information will be used to get an overview of who attend our courses/seminars, what industry they represent, titles and to compile statistics so that we can improve our courses and seminars. The information may be used to contact the participants to get feedback on the course/seminar and for marketing purposes.

    The information above applies correspondingly to subscribers of our newsletter.

    The collected data will not be shared with any third parties.

    Security revisions

    Intility is concerned with privacy and security. To ensure that we comply with internal and regulatory requirements for data and information security, we conduct annual security audits.


    Anyone who request it, is entitled to information concerning a company’s processing of personal data, cf. the Personal Data Act § 18, section 1. Intility has in this privacy statement provided such information, and will refer to the privacy policy upon any queries regarding these matters. Individuals who have registered personal information with us, have the right of access to their own information. The person is also entitled to request that incorrect, incomplete or information which we do not have access to handle is corrected, deleted or supplemented. Inquiries and demands from the registered person will be answered free of charge and no later than 30 days from Intility received the inquiry.

    Contact information

    E-mail: privacy@intility.no
    Phone: + 47 22 10 33 00
    Post address: Schweigaards gate 39, 0191 Oslo, Norway.