Privacy and use of cookies

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EB Consulting AS
Dvergsnesheia 47
4639 Kristiansand

Organization number:
996 541 177

What personal information do we collect and why do we collect it?


We use cookies to identify users. It helps us to record the number of visitors and gives us statistics and information about how many visitors we have and what they do. Here is an overview of which cookies we use:

_ga (Google Analytics)
Used to distinguish users, the cookie is set the first time a user visits the site and has a lifetime of up to 2 years.

_gat (Google Analytics)
Used to limit traffic to Google Analytics, the cookie has a duration of 1 minute.

_gid (Google Analytics)
Used by to distinguish between different users. This is stored for 24 hours.

“CONSENT” and “NID” (Google reCaptcha)
reCaptcha is a method of separating people from robots in the form of form filling. The purpose is to avoid fraudulent inquiries and spam. It is provided by Google and used when filling out contact forms.

NID (Google Maps)
Google maps cookies to track map usage.

Cookies to track if you have accepted our cookie policy – variety 1 year.

How can you manage or delete cookies?
In your browser settings, you’ll usually find an overview of all cookies stored, which allow you to delete unwanted cookies, specify whether you accept the storage of cookies from the web pages you visit, from third parties associated with the web pages, and if you wish to be notified. each time a new cookie is stored. A guide to how this can be done in most common browsers can be found here:

There are also solutions specifically designed to give users an up-to-date overview of cookies and other browser tracking mechanisms. See for example:


To protect your site from hackers’ data attacks, we use a security program that monitors site visitors and looks for suspicious activity. The system collects data about which pages are visited, where the visitor is located / the IP address, and which browser they use. No personal information is collected in this process. Data is recorded for the last 2000 visits to the site (usually for the last couple of hours), and in case visitors are classified as a threat, they are blocked and non-personal information about the attack is shared with a third-party security network.

For the regular user, this means that information about your IP address, browser and website activity is recorded, but then usually deleted after just a few hours.