Agreements, terms and declarations
At Tribia we emphasize that our agreements should provide a good basis for both you as customers and us as a supplier. Based on this, much of the content is therefore developed in close collaboration precisely with our customers. Areas such as privacy, information security, relations with subcontractors, access control, service level and guarantees are all the result of good dialogue. In addition, the agreements are updated according to external factors such as authority requirements, market changes and technological development.
We are happy about the positive feedback we receive about informative and clear documentation and encourage you to get in touch if you have any further questions or input.
Documents (agreements and terms)
Privacy and cookies
On this page you will find information about how we at Tribia process data and how you as a visitor can access, change or delete information about you. We also tell you which cookies tribia.com uses. It is the same type of information capsules regardless of whether you are on the Norwegian, Swedish or English version of the website.
Tribia.com uses so-called cookies to improve your user experience when you visit our website. A cookie is a text file that is placed in your browser's internal memory when you visit or interact with a website.
The processing basis for this is the Personal Protection Ordinance Article 6 No. 1 f, which allows us to process information that is necessary to safeguard an interest that outweighs consideration of the individual's privacy. That interest is to make our websites work well so that you get a good user experience.
Tribia does not use the cookies to map individual users' usage patterns or other information that could violate privacy.
With new EU rules for information collection and privacy, many people wonder what "cookies" are. Here you will find information about cookies. By using our pages, you agree that we can set cookies in your browser.
"Cookies" - or "information cookies" - are a standard technology that almost all websites use today. A cookie is a small text file that is placed in your browser's internal memory, and gives us statistics that we use to make our websites better for our users. Most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings yourself so that cookies are not accepted. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that many websites will not function optimally if you do not accept cookies.
Like most other websites, we collect information automatically and store it in log files on our servers. This is information such as IP addresses, which type of browser you use on our pages, broadband providers (ISP), operating systems, date and time of visit, as well as some data about navigation.
We use the information we collect to analyze trends, so that we can make our websites better for you who visit us online. The information will only be used internally and will not be passed on to any third party and/or other persons outside. We never store information that can identify you personally.
The website uses the following cookies:
In connection with the date of your last visit: "Dynamicweb.VisitDate".
"Dynamicweb.VisitDate" is a persistent cookie. It contains information about the date of your last visit to the website and is used in connection with statistics. The cookie has a lifetime of 1 year, and it is deleted 1 year after your last visit to the website.
In connection with previous visits: "Dynamicweb.VisitorID".
"Dynamicweb.VisitorID" is a persistent cookie. It contains a unique ID that you have obtained by visiting the website. It is used in connection with statistics. The cookie has a lifetime of 1 year, and it is deleted 1 year after your last visit to the website.
Name: __ext. Lifetime: automatically deleted after two years.
This cookie from Google is used to monitor traffic on our website and track which type of visitor category you are.
Name: __ ext. Lifetime: automatically deleted after 180 days.
This cookie from Google is used to monitor traffic on our website and track where the visitor comes from (search engine, search term, link)
Name: __ utma. Lifetime: automatically deleted after two years.
This cookie from Google is used to monitor traffic on our website and track each visitor's number of visits, time of first visit, previous visits and current visits.
Name: __ ext. Lifetime: deleted automatically when the browser session ends.
This cookie is used to track how long the visitor spends approx. is on a website: when a visit starts and when approx. ends. If you observe cookie changes (for example by using firecookie), you will see regular changes.
Regardless of which browser you use, you can set the browser not to save cookies. For some browsers, you can set this to apply to specific websites.
How can I delete cookies?
You can delete cookies in the settings of your browser. Help for this can be found in the browser, or the browser's homepage. Here you will find links and user guides for the most common browsers:
- Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/nb-no/help/278835/how-to-delete-cookie-files-in-internet-explorer
- Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/no/kb/Deleting%20cookies
- Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647
- Opera: http://help.opera.com/Mac/12.10/en/cookies.html
- Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042?locale=en_US