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It is important to us at Norselab to safeguard the privacy of visitors to, so that you are sure that information about you is used correctly.

About personal information

Personal information is pieces of information that can be linked to you as a person. Name, date of birth, e-mail addresses and company names are examples of personal information.

When you use our website, contact us directly or through forms on our website, or apply for a job with us, we process your personal information.

Responsible for processing personal information

Company name: Norselab AS

For questions about how we process your information, contact:

Personal information being stored

When you contact us through a form on our website or directly via email, we may ask you to provide personal information. Depending on the inquiry, we may request the following information:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Name of the company you work for
  • Your CV

Paragraph 6f as an alternative to selected consent via the website

We are based on legitimate consent based on Section 6f of the Norwegian Privacy Act.

If you have entered into a business relationship with us before, or are a new business contact of ours, this will be a legitimate reason to send you information.

This is equated with consent in accordance with the Marketing Act. This consent can be withdrawn at any time. If you withdraw your consent, we will delete the information we have about you.

Purpose of processing personal data

We process your personal data in order to carry out obligations by agreement with you.

We process your personal data for the following purposes:

  • Sales and marketing activities in the form of direct email, automated email or telephone.
  • To answer inquiries about our operations
  • When we recruit for open positions at Norselab and in our ecosystem, we process CVs, applications and references, in addition to the dialogue you have with us.
  • We use cookies to collect information about user behavior on the website to improve user experience. Find information about which cookies and how to turn them off on the bottom of the page.

The basis for processing personal data

Information about name, phone, email address, business type and business name is used to fulfill the agreement you have with us. The basis for this treatment is Article 6b of the Privacy Claim. If you have consented, the information will also be used to provide you with information, offers and service in connection with your business with us either by telephone or e-mail. You can at any time refuse to receive information from us.

Collection of personal information

We store personal information that you have provided on our website or that you have provided in dialogue with our employees in connection with your business relationship or job applicant relationship with us. We use cookies on our website to give you as a user of the website the best possible experience. The Electronic Communications Act requires that we inform visitors about the use of cookies. Read more about which cookies are in use further down.

Sharing of personal information

We will under no circumstances share personal information about you, unless we have a legal obligation to do so.

Deletion of personal information

We never store personal information longer than necessary. You have the right to demand that personal information about you be corrected or deleted.

Rights of the registered

We process your personal data in accordance with the Personal Data Act and current regulations. You have the right to demand access to and transfer of your own personal information, demand correction or deletion of information. You can complain to the Norwegian Data Inspectorate about processing in violation of the regulations.

Use of cookies on Norselab websites

Norselab never uses cookies in a way that is intended to map the individual user's pattern of action. The cookies should increase user experience or be used in statistics.

Norselab uses Google Analytics, HubSpot, Siteimprove, Vimeo, AddThis and LinkedIn Insights Tag as tools to understand how our visitors use the website. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect anonymous information about the website's traffic and how visitors use the website. Such as the number of times a page has been viewed, the number of visits and how the user entered the page. The purpose is to make the website as user-friendly as possible.

The following cookies are used to analyze traffic on the website:

Google Analytics

Analytics is the tool we use to keep track of how our site is used. Google Analytics uses cookies beginning with _ga, _gid and _gat.


HubSpot is both our customer relations management tool (CRM) and a tool we use in our marketing. We use the tool to follow up people who are in contact with us, whether they are existing customers, new customers who contact us through forms on our website or applicants for positions with us. Hubspot uses cookies that begin with _hubspot, in addition to __hssc, __hssrc and __hstc.

Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn

Cookies from Facebook og Instagram, as well as LinkedIn are cookies used for marketing. These do not say anything about who you are, but that you came to our site through one of these platforms. We use these to show you ads on the platforms, because we think you have an interest in this since you have visited our website. These start with _fb and _li.

Norselab also uses Siteimprove for the same anonymized information as mentioned above, and is therefore using the following cookies:



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How to delete cookies

Google Chrome

To clear existing cookies:

Go to 'Tools Menu'
Click on 'Options'
Click on 'Under the Hood'
Under 'Privacy' section select "Show Cookies'
A new window should open called 'Cookies' In here you can see all the cookies within your Google Chrome Browser.
Click on "Remove All" to remove all traces of cookies
If you wish to only remove a certain cookie, simply highlight and click "Remove"

Internet Explorer

To delete existing cookies:

On the Start screen, tap or click 'Internet Explorer' to open Internet Explorer.
Move the cursor to the right edge of the screen, and then click on 'Settings'.
Click 'Options', and then, under History, click 'Select'.
Select the Cookies check box, and then click Delete.

Mozilla Firefox

To delete existing cookies:

Click the Firefox menu
Click "Settings", and then "Settings" in the menu
Click "Privacy Policy"
Select "Use settings for logs" in the menu under "Logs"
Click on "Show cookies"
Click "Delete all cookies"


To delete existing cookies:

Click on "Safari" in the main menu
Select "Reset Safari"
Select "Remove all cookies"
Click the button "Reset"