nWise Cookie Policy

Welcome to nWise’s cookies policy page. The purpose of this policy is to give you, as a visitor to our website and user of our myMMX apps, information about the cookies that we use, and how you can manage them.

General information about cookies

Local storage of data and cookies

When you visit our website, different types of data are stored locally on your device via your web browser. This data may be used to adapt the content and features of our services, and thereby contribute to a better user experience. The local storage of data can, for example, be achieved with the help of cookies.

A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer by a webserver, and works like an ID card. Cookies make it possible for the website to remember important information that makes your visit to our website more pleasant. You can read more about areas of use below.

A session cookie disappears automatically when you close your web browser.

A permanent cookie stores a text file on your device for a determined period of time after your visit (but you can also delete it yourself if you so wish). These cookies are used, among other things, for keeping track of any settings that you have made, and for keeping you logged in.

Tracking requests

Tracking requests are requests that are made in the background by the web browser during your visit to our website. The request is made to one of our servers, or to any of our partners’ servers, for the purpose of enabling analysis relating to the areas of use given below.

As a rule, the requests contain information about the page that you are visiting, and information about events during the page visit. An example of such information is how long a video on the page was in play mode, and how long you stayed on the page. In order to draw conclusions about events across several page views, cookies and locally-stored data may be sent with tracking requests.

Tracking requests are often called tracking pixels or web beacons, as they often occur in the form of the downloading of a small invisible graphic, or in the form of an AJAX request.

How do we use cookies?

Cookies are used for several purposes. We use both first-party cookies and third-party cookies. Like most other websites, nWise uses cookies to improve your Internet experience in the following ways:



Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies ensure that the website works securely and correctly, and the website cannot therefore function in a satisfactory way without them. Examples of strictly necessary cookies are those used to carry out actions that you have requested, for example, the configuration of your personal preferences, login or when you fill in a form.

Functionality cookies

These cookies make it possible for the website to offer extended functionality and user customization.

Analysis & development

These cookies are used to generate website traffic statistics in order to optimize its navigation and content. By means of different measurement tools, we collect statistics on how our website and apps are used. This helps us to develop and improve your user experience. We use, among other things, real-time tools to be able to decide what news to publish and when. Other tools, e.g. Google Analytics, are used to track and analyze active reading over time. Some web pages use the Hotjar tool to see how users click and scroll on the website, as well as for carrying out surveys in which we ask our visitors questions.

External content

These cookies are used to display content from other media, and to enable some functionality that is provided by external partners, for the purpose of reinforcing our narrative and our journalism. Examples of this might be content from social media, or audio or video players.


How to manage cookies and local storage of data

You can decide to configure your web browser as to whether and how local information may be stored. You can also delete cookies from your web browser and your device.

On your mobile device, you can adjust certain settings, such as to limit the use of information on how you use your apps for the purpose of receiving adverts based on your interests.

You will find information here on how you can manage cookies in your web browser:

Chrome (link: https://support.google.com/)

Safari (link: https://support.apple.com/)

Safari on iPhones and iPads (link: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201265)

Internet Explorer (link: https://support.microsoft.com/)

Firefox (link: https://support.mozilla.org/)

Opera (link: https://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/privacy/)

If you want to limit the possibilities for advertisers to direct adverts to you based on your interests, you can, among other things, use the Your Online Choices service (link: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/). You will find more information about cookies, which cookies are stored on your device, and how you can manage this on such websites as www.aboutcookies.org and www.allaboutcookies.org.

What happens if I disable cookies?

If you choose to disable cookies, this may entail that some functionality on our website and apps stops working, as well as settings and log-in details not being saved.

If you disable a cookie or a category of cookies, you do not remove the cookie from your web browser. You must do this yourself from your web browser interface.

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