The policy applies to Roskilde University’s (RUC) website and all other websites belonging to RUC, unless otherwise specified. If you cannot accept and agree to this policy, please do not use the website. By using RUC's websites, you agree to the contents of this policy.
Personal data is personal or factual data for a particular individual. This includes details such as their name, address and telephone number. Information that cannot be linked to a specific individual, such as favourite web pages or the number of users on a page, is not considered personal data and is therefore not part of this policy.
Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer after you visit RUC's website. Cookies are used to store information and provide you with a better service as a user when you visit RUC's web pages. Information about your browser and the operating system can improve and speed-up your use of the website.
The following data is stored temporarily:
- Date and time for contact with the server.
- IP address or the DNS name of the requesting computer
- Searched page (URL)
- HTTP response code
- Client operating system and version
- Browser and version
Storing of data
Every time you access RUC's website, your access is registered. The stored data is analysed anonymously for statistical purposes. Statistical reports are used to evaluate the use of RUC's website. In particular, the order in which pages are visited and the path between the pages is shown. This is intended to provide RUC with information about how the user-friendliness of the site can be further improved.
The information you provided when you registered for our press clippings service is used exclusively for this purpose. We will not disclose this information to third parties, and you can unsubscribe from this service again at any time.