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Cookies and Privacy Policy


ROSA’s ambition is that our website is clear and easy to navigate. Therefore, we wish to know how our website is being used, which pages are the most visited, how much time users tend to stay on our website, how much time they spend on individual pages, their traffic patterns, etc.


When you visit our website, we will collect information about you, which will be used to maintain and improve our services. If you do not want your information to be collected, you should delete your cookies (see link to a guide below) and avoid further usage of the site. Below, we have expanded upon which information is collected, their purpose, and which third parties have access to them.


We use cookies to learn more about the usage of our website. Cookies are files of text, which are saved on your computer, phone, tablet, etc., with the purpose of recognising your device, remembering settings and preferences, collecting statistics and targeting ads. Cookies are static files, and cannot “do something” themselves or change anything on your device. They do not, e.g. contain any harmful code, such as a virus.

If you wish to read (much) more about cookies, how they work, why they are being used, and more, you can do so here.

It is possible to delete or block cookies. See for example this guide:

If you choose to delete or block cookies, you risk preventing the website from functioning optimally, e.g. there may be content you will be unable to access.

Apart from the cookies set directly in your browser by our website, a number of third parties will also place cookies in your browser, when you visit our site. The precise list of third-party cookies can vary throughout the year, but will typically include:

// Facebook (privacy policy:

// Google (privacy policy:

// Instagram (privacy policy:

// Mailchimp (privacy policy:

// Wordfence (privacy policy:

// WIX (privacy policy:

Personal information:

In general

Personal information is all the information which in some shape or form personally identifies you. When you use our site, we collect and process this kind of information. This can for example happen through ordinary access to our content, subscribing to our newsletter, submitting applications, etc.

Typically, we collect and process the following types of information: a unique ID or technological information on your computer, tablet or phone, your IP-address, geographical location, and which sites you visit. To the extent that you, yourself, give explicit consent and input information (e.g. in relation to filling in an application), these will be stored and processed to the extent that it is necessary, in order to process your request in the best possible way.


We have taken technical and organisational precautions to prevent your information from getting unwittingly or illegally deleted, publicised, corrupted, stolen, exploited, or otherwise handled illegally.


The information will be used to identify you as a user, and in order to provide the services you have asked for, for example by sending you newsletters, processing your applications, etc.

Apart from this, we are using the information to optimise the contents of our website.

Storage period:


The information is stored within the legal time span in accordance with the law, and we delete them when they are no longer necessary. The time span depends on the type of information and the purpose of storage. It is therefore not possible to provide a general timeframe for when information will be deleted.


Third-party information

Data on your usage of our site is given to third parties. You can see which ones in the “Cookies” paragraph above. The information is typically used for targeted ads within each individual third-party.

Additionally, we use a number of third parties for the storage and processing of data. These exclusively process information on behalf of us, and cannot be used for their own purposes.

Supplying information such as names and email addresses and more, will only happen if you consent to it (e.g. by subscribing to our newsletter).

Insights and complaints:

You have the right to know which personal information we process about you. You can additionally, at any time, object to the usage of your information. You can also withdraw your consent to the processing of your information. If the information which is processed about you is wrong, you have the right to its correction and deletion. Requests can be made to:
If you have any complaints about the processing of your personal information, you also have the right to contact Datatilsynet.


This website is owned and has been published by:

Skovgaardsgade 3 D
8000 Aarhus C

Telephone: +45 86 12 84 44


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