Use of cookies on PFA's webinar platform

Website owner and contact information

This website is run and owned by:
PFA Pension
Sundkrogsgade 4
2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Telephone: (+45) 39 17 50 00
CVR No.: 13 59 43 76

We wish to provide a manageable webinar platform, which makes it easy to sign up for and take part in the webinars that PFA offers. To facilitate this, we use technologies to collect data about you and how you and other visitors use video.pfa.dk and infovideo.pfa.dk. The aim of this policy is to create transparency and provide you with a comprehensive overview of what the processing of your data entails, what you need to be aware of, and what options you have for opposing the processing.

Processing of personal data using cookies

Our use of cookies may entail the processing of personal data. We therefore recommend that you also read about our processing of personal data and your rights here.

Consent

By using the website, you consent to PFA Pension’s use of cookies as described in the table below, unless you have opted out of cookies with your browser settings. If you have not opted out of cookies at the time of giving consent, you can withdraw your consent by blocking cookies in your web browser. Below, you will find more information on how to block and delete cookies.

Why do we use cookies?

Virtually all websites use cookies. In some cases, the use of cookies is the only way a website can function as intended. 

Cookies can also help achieve an overview of your visit to our website, so that we can continuously optimise and target it to accommodate your needs and interests. For example, cookies remember whether you have previously visited the site and whether you are logged in, etc. 

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file stored on your computer, tablet, smartphone or other IT equipment (also referred to as ‘terminal equipment’). This makes it possible to recognise your terminal equipment and to gather information about which pages and functions are visited and used. A cookie is not a program and cannot contain viruses.

This website also uses cookies, but only cookies that are necessary to enable you to register and take part in the webinars that PFA offers.

Cookies and personal data

When you visit our website, we automatically collect information about you and your use of the website. This is done by storing various cookies. For example, we register your IP address (in a hashed version - i.e. the IP address has been rewritten to a completely different value that is not recognisable as an IP address), so we can track the number of times a video is played. 

However, cookies cannot see who you are, what your name is, where you live, or if your computer is used by one or more people. However, in some cases cookies may be used to identify you indirectly when the data collected is combined with other data. Your data will always be treated as personal data in accordance with our policy on processing of personal data.

What type of cookies do we use, and what is their purpose?

We use the following types of cookies (see a list of them all at the bottom of the page):

  • Technical and necessary
    Technical and necessary cookies are cookies which are a technical prerequisite for the website to function, and they also make it usable by activating basic functions such as page navigation. Necessary cookies also include the use of the functions at My PFA in terms of booking Falck Healthcare, obtaining information from the Danish Tax Agency and obtaining information from PensionsInfo, since this is a prerequisite for the correct display of information at My PFA. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
     
  • Functional
    Functional cookies are not used at PFA's webinar platform.
     
  • Statistics
    Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and reporting information anonymously. For example, we use cookies from Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics for statistical purposes to improve usability. We use the data, for example, to ascertain how many visitors there are and to learn about user behaviour.
     
  • Marketing
    Marketing cookies are not used at PFA's webinar platform.
     
  • Third party
    You can share content from this website on social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. You should expect the social network to store cookies. The type and the purpose differ from network to network, but the provider of the network in question is responsible for informing users about and ensuring your consent for the storage of these cookies.

 

How long are cookies stored?

The lifespan of cookies may vary according to what the individual providers have set them for. Some cookies disappear as soon as you close the browser window, while others may exist for several years. Many providers usually give their statistics, advertising, and content-related cookies a life of 12 or 24 months. That life is extended after each visit. In the table below, you can see what applies to video.pfa.dk and infovideo.pfa.dk.

How to avoid or remove cookies

In case you wish to avoid cookies, the best solution is to refrain from using the website.

Alternatively, you can block the individual cookies by means of the browser settings in question. However, this solution is not recommendable, as it might entail that parts of the website do not function as intended or cannot be displayed optimally. You can also delete cookies that have been placed earlier.

The method for blocking cookies and deleting previously placed ones depends on the browser used and the device used for visiting the website. Here, you can read more about this in relation to the individual browsers:

Any questions?

If you have any comments or questions regarding our information and/or processing of personal details, please contact our data protection officer at databeskyttelse@pfa.dk.

Cookies on video.pfa.dk and infovideo.pfa.dk

Name Purpose Expiry
ad_session_id This is a load balancing cookie, which is used to weight traffic between servers and ensure the best possible execution of the webinar. Session
Uuid Makes it possible to identify a user in the session so that the user can access the webinar and be shown the correct information - for example, during the registration process. Session
[site_id]_u Makes it possible to identify a user in the session so that the user can access the webinar and be shown the correct information - for example, during the registration process. Session
[site_id]_p Saves the webinars and videos a user has signed up for, along with data. This data is used to display the correct information - for example, during the registration process.  Session
inlinecollectorobject Saves the webinars and videos a user has signed up for, along with data. This data is used to display the correct information - for example, during the registration process.  Session
playerEngagement Total number of seconds of video played for use in conditional collectors. Session
comment_name Saves the user name entered for use when asking questions and joining the chat. Session Session