The City of Oslo is responsible for the gathering and use of personal information at www.oslo.kommune.no. The information is gathered on servers operated by EVRY. Only the City of Oslo and EVRY have access to the information. The access to and treatment of this information is regulated by an agreement between the City of Oslo and EVRY.
Google is the provider of web analysis tools and also the processer of the data gathered by the analysis tools. The City of Oslo uses Google Analytics to analyse user behaviour and improve content on the website. For geographic information purposes, Google Analytics will save parts of visitors’ IP-addresses. Datatilsynet considers an IP-address as private information. To strengthen privacy, The City of Oslo provides IP-masking in the tracking code. IP-masking involves the removal of the last eightbitgroup in the visitor’s IP-address before storing the address.
The website includes feedback features. Unintentionally, some users may share personal information through the feedback feature. We do our best in designing a user friendly website to prevent this from happening.
The data gathered by Google Analytics is stored at Google servers. Data will not be shared without the consent of the City of Oslo, with the exception of particular incidents where access to data may be exacted by law (police, court of law).
Information cookies are small, often encrypted text files which are stored on your computer when you browse a web site. The information in the cookies is exchanged between you and www.oslo.kommune.no every time you download a page. The cookies are designed to allow the website to perform optimally for the user, and will not at any time be used to identify you as a person.
Information cookies used at www.oslo.kommune.no:
The cookie CorePublishSession enables the City of Oslo publishing tool to function. The cookies are removed from the computer when you close your browser.
• Identifying a unit
The cookie ctcdk maintains information about which unit and browser you are using, allowing the web site to present optimal content for that unit (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.). The cookie expires after one week.
In using text-to-speech solutions on our web site, your unit will receive a cookie from leseweb.dk enabling the creation of an audio version of the text.
When you use our site’s feedback buttons, an information cookie will control the number of times the feedback may be submitted. The feedback information is stored in our database and may not be traced back to you.
The cookie is not removed automatically when you close the browser. The cookie can be deleted in the browser settings.
• ‘Min side’, guides and forms
When you use guides, forms and ‘Min side’, cookies are created to enable the web site to remember information you have provided, as well as your browsing history.
The form for access request to City government departments’ documents generate cookies to remember your name and e-mail address from your previous requests. The cookies expire after one year.
• User surveys
Cookies also collect information about your participation in user surveys on the web site, to prevent us from asking you several times to take part in the same user survey. The cookies expire after 1000 days.
Our service for applying to kindergarten enables you to choose favourites from a list of all kindergartens. Your selections will be saved in a cookie. The cookie is not removed automatically when you close the browser. The cookie can be deleted in the browser settings.
Information about the search words and selections you use when searching www.oslo.kommune.no is stored in cookies. The information enables us to improve content and navigation for users of our site. User patterns and statistics from search may not be connected to other information about users, for instance IP-address. The search engine applied on www.oslo.kommune.no is Google Site Search.
Inquiries about the privacy and cookies policy may be directed to the City of Oslo web management - email@example.com.