Cookies

Cookies
When you visit this website your online device will automatically receive one or several cookies, which are transferred from this website to your internet browser.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file. It does not contain any personal information and is it not able to collect information.

Two types of cookies can be used, “session-only” and “persistent”. “Session-only” cookies are deleted when you end your browser session.

“Persistent cookies” remains on your device for the time period set in the cookie after which time they delete them selves. However, these cookies may be renewed every time you visit the website.

Why do we use cookies?
The Lundbeck Foundation is interested in knowing how the content provided is used. The information is used only to define where the visitors come from, what content is viewed and for how long. These cookies allow a more detailed level of tracking to fine tune our usage reports and thereby gain a better understanding of potential areas of improvement so that The Lundbeck Foundation can continue to improve the relevance of and accessibility to the content we provide. This information cannot be used to identify a visitor as an individual.

How to avoid or delete a cookie
Most internet browsers allow you to delete, block or alert you before a cookie is saved/stored on your online device. Depending on which online device you use, you can in its settings get information on how you set your browser to handle cookies.

Can I still visit the website if the cookie-function is disabled?
Yes. Should you have cookies disabled on your online device, you will continue to have the same access to the website content as with cookies enabled. However, some functions such as surveys and tools might operate with reduced functionality or not at all.