Data protection

Data protection

Unilion website Privacy Policy

  1. Website data (cookies)

We use “cookies”-technology. By using our website, you agree that we may put these in your browser.

Cookies are a standard technology that most web sites use. A cookie is added to your browser’s internal memory and allows us to better understand how the site is used. Most new browsers allow you to change the settings to block all or some types of cookies. Note that this may cause many websites not to work optimally. The default setting is that cookies are accepted automatically.

NTNU uses Google Analytics cookies. These collect anonymous user data, who are retrieved through the Analytics tool. User statistics are utilized to improve and further develop our services. Examples of statistics are how many people visit various websites, how long visits last, where visits come from, and what technology is used.

Also, our publishing solution, Drupal, uses a cookie that starts with SESS when you log in. Without this, you will not be able to log in to the website. Drupal also puts a cookie “has_js” to indicate that your browser supports JavaScript.

  1. Your privacy rights

With the introduction of the Personal Data Act in 2018 in Norway and GDPR in the EU, you have gained increased control of your personal information. According to the law, you now have the right to change or delete information we have about you, or you may request that the processing is restricted or transferred to others. Below you will find a summary of your rights:

  • Right to know if your personal information is processed.
  • Right to know what personal information is stored.
  • Right to correct your personal information.
  • Right to delete your personal information (the right to be forgotten).
  • Right to limit the processing of personal information.
  • Right to receive a copy of your data in a digital format (right to data portability).
  • Right to withdraw consent.
  • Right to complain to the Data Protection Authority.

If you wish to invoke any of your rights, we are obliged to respond within a reasonable time.

  1. Contact

7491 Trondheim
Phone: (+47) 73 59 50 00
Inquiries regarding may be directed to:
Contact Data Protection Officer (DPO) at NTNU