OJ Electronics strives to give the visitors to our website the best possible experience, and
therefore want to analyze traffic and behavior. We use the information to improve the contents of our website and to give our visitors a good impression of our website and company.
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer. Cookies can contain text and
numbers such as for example dates. Cookies are not applications and do not contain viruses or equally harmful codes. Cookies serve the purpose of storing specific information about the users on a website so that the website later on will be able to recognise the user and load this stored information. This could be e.g. login information, information about previous visits and which areas of the website the user has visited.
A cookie can only be loaded from the URL (website) it has been stored in. Regular cookies which are stored from a website, are typically stored from the address you see in the address line in the browser. But a website may also contain fragments and information which is downloaded from other addresses than the one shown in the address line of the browser. That could be for example a banner advert or analysis tools, but also regular content. This way, cookies could also be store from other addresses via the website you are actually visiting – so-called third party cookies.
Some cookies (so-called session cookies) are only stored during one browser session and deleted when the browser is closed. Other cookies (so-called persistent cookies are stored for a set period of time, and is not deleted until the expiry of this period of time.
2. Which cookies are used by the Website and why?
The Website uses the following cookies:
In connection with the date of your last visit: ” VisitDate”
” 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 one year lifespan and it is therefore deleted one year after your last visit to the Website.
In connection with previous visits: ” VisitorID”
” VisitorID” is a persistent cookie. It contains a unique ID which you have been given upon
your visiting the Website. It is used in connection with statistics. The cookie has a one year
lifespan and it is therefore deleted one year after your last visit to the Website.
Name: __utmv. Lifespan: Automatically deleted after 2 years.
This cookie from Google is used for monitoring traffic on our website and tracing which category of visitors you are.
Name: __utmz. Lifespan: Automatically deleted after 6 months from set/update.
This cookie from Google is used for monitoring traffic on our website and tracing where the visitor comes from (search engine, keyword, link)
Name: __utma. Lifespan: Automatically deleted after 2 years.
This cookie from Google is used for monitoring traffic on our website and tracing of each visitor’s number of visits, time of the first visit, previous visits and the current visit.
Name: __utmb. Lifespan: Deleted after 30 mins from set/update.
Name: PHPSESSID and laravel_session. Lifespan:
The session ID. This is how we tie a visitor to an active session in our backend. A session
tracks of things like:
– Items in the cart
– Information about which user roles the user has (admin, normal, etc).
Name: __stripe_sid and __stripe_mid. Lifespan:
Is necessary for Stripe to work. Stripe is used to obtain payment information from our
Without these cookies payment would not work.
Name: language. Lifespan:
To remember the kanguage selected by the user.
To remember the grid options selected by the user when searching.
Name: side_panel_wodth. Lifespan:
To remember the panel width selected by the user in Skyfish.
Name: _ga. Lifespan: 2 years.
Used by Google Analytics to distinguish users.
Name: _gid. Lifespan: 24 hours.
Used by Google Analytics to distinguish users.
Name: _gat. Lifespan: 1 minute.
Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate. If Google Analytics is deployed via Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be named _dc_gtm_ Name: AMP_TOKEN. Lifespan: 30 seconds to 1 year.
Contains a token that can be used to retrieve a Client ID from AMP Client ID service- Other
possible values indicate opt-out, inflight request or an error retrieving a Client ID from AMP Client ID service.
Name: _gac_- Lifespan: 90 days.
Contains campaign related information for the user. If you have linked your Google Analytics and Google Ads accounts, Google Ads website conversion tags will read this cookie unless you optout.
Regardless of which browser you are using, you can adjust the browser settings to not store cookies. Some browsers will allow you to only do this setting for certain websites.
4. How can I delete cookies?
You can delete cookies in your browser settings. You can find assistance either within the
browser settings or on the browsers’ webpages.
5. Further information and right to complain
- OJ Electronics A/S, email@example.com, www.ojelectronics.com
- Google Inc., www.google.dk
- Skyfish, www.skyfish.com
Last updated: 23-04-2020