The EU Information Centre's Cookie Policy

Cookies on the EU Information Centre's websites and its subsites use cookies to ensure the proper functioning of the website and to collect statistics to improve theuser experience. If you continue to use the site, you agree to our cookie policy.

What are cookies?

Cookies are used on broadly speaking all websites. In some cases, cookies are the only way to make a website work as it should.

Cookies are files that are transferred to your computer or other IT equipment. They can recognise your computer and collect information on the pages and functions you access with your browser. But cookies cannot see who you are, what your name is, where you live or whether your computer is used by more than one person. They cannot spread computer viruses or other harmful programs. 

How can I remove cookies?

All browsers contain functions that make it possible to delete cookies.

If your PC has a new browser, you can delete your cookies by using the short cut keys: CTRL + SHIFT + Delete. A window opens that gives you access to delete browsing history. Tick the “cookies” and click “delete”.

You can find a complete list of guides on how to delete cookies in diffent browsers at

Embedded content on the website

Regarding embedded content from YouTube, Google may collect, store, and subsequently process certain information, including personal information about the user if an embedded video from Youtube is played. In such cases Google's privacy policy is applicable. 

Additional questions

The Danish Business Authority's guidelines regarding cookies can be downloaded here.

You are also welcome to contact the web editor at if you have more questions about cookies on this website.