What is a cookie?

ORTHOMOVEMENT uses so-called cookies on our website A cookie is a small text file containing information about websites you have visited, how long you visited them for, or settings you have made on the site. The file is saved to your computer, tablet or phone, and is then used by your browser.

Different types of cookies

There are a variety of different types of cookies that have different purposes and are stored for various periods of time. Session cookies are only stored in the computer’s memory while you are using the website, but disappear when you close the browser or switch to another website. There are also cookies that are stored for a longer time, even when you are not using the website.

Firstly, there are first-party cookies, ie. cookies placed on their own website. This type of cookie does not send data to any other party. But there are also third party cookies that are placed on the website by us so we can use the services of a third party needed to run other content and functionality on the website such as Facebook’s “Like” button or the Google Analytics tool.

First party cookies


The purpose of this cookie is to temporarily store the user’s choice

Storage time: session cookie (deleted when you leave the page)

Third party cookies

Google Analytics uses cookies from Google Analytics for the purpose of analysing and improving our website with the help of Google’s services.

Within Google Analytics we use three cookies:


A cookie that distinguishes unique users and identifies how they use the website.

Storage time: 24 months


Cookie that limits the number of calls to Google Analytics when the website is very busy.

Storage time: session cookies (until you close the website)


Also used to distinguish unique users.

Storage time: 24 hours

Example: Using Google Analytics, we can follow how a general user uses our website. In this way, we can ensure that information and functionality are in the right place so it is easy for you to find what you’re looking for.

The information that Google Analytics cookies store when you use our website is managed by Google and forwarded to Google servers (including your IP address). For more information about how Google handles the data, you can read more about Google’s privacy policy here


act, c_user, datr, dpr, fr, presence, sv, wd and xs are cookies that come from the use of Facebook’s services. Find more information on Facebook’s cookie policy here

Storage time: Up to 24 months

Example: By using Facebook’s services, we can have a like button on our site.
Facebook Pixel

Facebook Pixel

In this case, it is a small image (not visible to the eye) that is placed on one or more of the website’s pages. When your browser reads this image a cookie is triggered, which in turn saves information. Facebook pixel is used in order to understand how a user uses the website, to build a target audience for marketing purposes. Read more about Facebook’s cookie policy

Base pixel

This pixel makes it possible to track a person who visits a specific page on the site and determine how long they stay.

Event pixel

Pixel that traces various types of events that occur on the website such as when you submit a form.


Cookies such as wordfence_verifiedHuman and wfvt_1124530727 come from our use of Wordfence. Wordfence helps us ward off spam, and hackers as well as any attempts to access sensitive information on our website.

Storage time: 1 day

Example: Wordfence helps us ensure that an incorrect password is not entered repeatedly.

Your consent

Our starting point is to obtain your consent before we retrieve or store cookies. However, when it comes to cookies that aim to keep track of information you filled in to online forms, or when we use our own tools to measure web traffic on our website, we do not collect your consent.

We do not use cookies to collect personal data. If were to start using such a cookie, we would not disclose personal data to any other party. You will of course also be informed about the use of new cookies that would collect this kind of information about you, so that you have the option of giving your consent or denying it.

Unfortunately, if you choose to deny your consent to cookies on, we cannot guarantee that the website will work as intended for you. Several of our features depend on the use of cookies; for example, purchases of products will not work without them.

By using the Website, you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with this cookie policy.

Your rights
Prevent ORTHOMOVEMENT’s storage of cookies

You have the right to stop ORTHOMOVEMENT from storing cookies on your computer, phone or tablet.

Most browsers have a default setting that accepts the use of cookies. You can set your browser to automatically block cookies or to notify you each time a website requests to store a cookie. You can also choose to delete individual cookies or to delete all cookies stored on your computer.

The method for preventing cookies varies depending on the browser you are using. The list below provides links to the help pages for the most common browsers. Note that the browser’s process descriptions can be changed and the links below and/or the content they link to, are not necessarily always updated.

Instructions for managing cookies