Privacy Policy

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CEO: Ole Sloth
Editor-in-chief: Lars Hovgaard
Head of GDPR compliance: Chief digital and project officer, Michael M. Benzon
Editor: Bernt Hertz Jensen

Guidelines for the processing of personal data at

When visiting, we collect information about your visit. Below you can read about the information we collect, how we process the information and who you can contact if you have questions or comments about our guidelines. You must be aware that you accept our guidelines when you visit and the other websites covered by this privacy policy.

The information is only collected with your permission. Subsequent processing takes place on the basis of your consent and in special cases on the basis of legitimate interest. Under settings, you can see detailed information about all data controllers, purposes and how you can object to processing.

We do not collect information that is not described in our personal data policy, just as we do not collect information that can be attributed to you without also telling you how you can avoid it. In general, you must be aware that you, as an internet user, leave behind electronic traces, and that this gives others the opportunity to follow your movements online.

What information do we collect about you?

The information we collect about you can be divided into two categories:

  1. Personally identifiable information
  2. Non-Personal Information

We never collect personally identifiable information without you having given us this information yourself. Eg. by registering, purchasing an item or participating in a survey.

Everyone is welcome, but in order to get the full benefit of all functions on, it is necessary in a number of situations for you to identify yourself, when creating a user account on the site, e.g. if you want to comment on articles or write letters to readers.

Creation of user account (subscription)
When you create an account, we ask you to provide your full name, email, the language you wish to read in and a self-selected password.

1.1 Subscription Service

In order to handle your subscription, it is necessary that you identify yourself either by means of your subscription number or by means of a telephone number and postcode. Subscription data on previous subscriptions is saved for possible later use. These can be deleted if desired. All information is treated confidentially.

1.2 Access to the article content

If you have a subscription to FemernReport, you have access to all content. Subscription data is stored in our subscription system, HubSpot. All information is treated confidentially.

1.3 Newsletter

In order to receive the newsletter from, it is necessary that you provide your e-mail address – otherwise we cannot send it to you. We only ask for name and e-mail when signing up for our newsletter.

You can unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time. This is done via the link at the bottom of all newsletters. We use Mailchimp to send out our newsletter.

1.4 Collection via forms

When you use forms on, for example for a trial subscription, you submit your data to us via a secure connection.

The data we collect in forms is used only to carry out the necessary processing that is requested. As soon as the processing is completed, all received data is deleted.

1.7 Competitions and special offers

From time to time we run competitions, and in this connection we typically collect name and e-mail address. Participation in competitions held by FemernReport is always voluntary.

You can at any time request to gain insight into what we have collected, as well as request that it be deleted if participation is not desired anyway.

E-mails collected in connection with a competition are used solely for participation in the competition. It can be a reminder of participation, information about prizes and winners, etc.

Competitions held by FemernReport will always be clearly marked with us as the sender.

2. Non-personal Information

We collect digital information about your visit in various ways. None of this information makes it possible to trace you as an individual, but only to the device from which you gained access.

2.1 Cookies

We use cookies to make your experience on better. A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored in your browser and can be read by either us or one of our partners.

A cookie contains information such as e.g. your computer settings, contents of a shopping cart, internal server data or other data used by our server. Cookies are not programs that run on your machine, but small bits of text data that are sent back and forth to and from your computer. Cookies from us are not harmful.

We distinguish between whether the cookie has us as the sender (first-party cookies) or one of our partners – e.g. advertisers – as senders (third-party cookies). In most browsers, you can change the settings for which cookies are placed on your computer. We only set permanent cookies to make your visit as pleasant as possible. We use the collected information for knowledge of behavior on our sites, display of advertisements, delivery of goods and services and in connection with user-generated content.

Can cookies spy on my computer?

No. Cookies do not expose your computer to security risks. Cookies are not active programs. They do not spy on files on the computer, nor are they capable of spreading viruses or other malicious software.

Do cookies contain personal data?

No, cookies from serious providers never contain personal data. It would be illogical to store personal information in a cookie. The site that registers personal information will typically store an ID in a cookie that can be used to identify your data on the website’s databases. Note: It is only in special forms of use such as online banking, and after express consent on your part, that it is permitted to save person-related or person-identifying data. In those cases, the provider must comply with applicable data protection laws. Users must be informed about the storage of personally identifiable information and about the purpose of the storage. In most other forms of use, cookies only contain a general browser recognition or are linked to anonymous data such as product groups.

Can cookies be controlled?

You can set all browsers to accept cookies only on request. You can also only accept cookies from servers you have just visited. All browsers contain functions that enable the selective deletion of cookies. Acceptance of cookies can also be turned off in general, but then you have to take into account that there are restrictions on the user-friendliness of online offers.

At we use a number of 3rd party services on our pages. These services sometimes also use cookies. You can always choose to reject third-party cookies in your browser.

These cookies are used by our partners to control that you are not shown content such as articles and cookies again and again, and partly to ensure that you are shown relevant articles and content.

Cookie-based browser data is only passed on to third parties, in anonymized form and does not contain personally identifiable information. Some of these business partners may subsequently share information with other advertisers or associated sites.

You can withdraw your consent at any time, and this can be done via the settings in our CMP, which you can find by clicking on “Cookie settings”

Cookie settings

You can always change or withdraw your consent under cookie settings under the menu in the upper right corner or at the bottom of the page.

How to delete or block cookies

Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge

Delete cookies in Mozilla Firefox browser

Delete cookies in Google Chrome browser

Delete cookies in Safari browser

Delete cookies in Opera browser

Delete cookies on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

Delete cookies on Android smartphones

Cookies and data are collected in collaboration with

Google (Banners)

Facebook and Instagram (Advertising)

Mailchimp (Newsletter sending)

Complianz (CMP and cookie list)

Plausible (analysis and statistics)

All of the above 3rd party data processors comply with the EU’s applicable requirements for the processing of data/information. All data is exchanged in anonymized form, and is thus not personally identifiable. IP addresses are anonymized by masking the last digits of the address.

Google Ad Manager

Our ad server supplier, and thus the system that handles all banners on In this connection, we refer to the IAB’s list of approved suppliers

Your consent

You accept the above guidelines when you visit and sites related to it.

Our privacy policy also covers the domains that lead users to


If you have any comments or questions regarding the above guidelines, please feel free to contact us at

You can also contact our Head of GDPR Compliance by sending an email to our helpdesk with the subject GDPR.


If you are dissatisfied with our processing of personal data or do not think our processing complies with applicable legislation, you can submit a complaint with the Danish Data Protection Authority.

You will find their contact information on their website