1. What are cookies

Cookies are small files saved by your browser when you visit websites. There are two main types of cookies: ‘session’ and ‘persistent’ cookies. Session cookies are only stored during your visit and are deleted when you close your browser. Other cookies are stored and recognise you when you visit the website again.

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2. Management of cookies

If you do not want cookies to be used, you can set your browser to automatically refuse cookies or to inform you that a website contains cookies. More information on how to do this can be found in your browser’s help section.

this can be found in your browser’s help section. If you disable cookies, it may mean that some functionality on our websites stops working and that settings and logins are not saved.

If you do not refuse cookies, we assume that when you use our website, you consent to the processing of personal data via cookies. More information about how we handle personal data can be found in our Privacy Policy.

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3. Which cookies are used and why?

At, we use first-party cookies for various purposes. Some of the cookies placed on your computer are, as previously mentioned, deleted when you leave our website (session cookies), while others remain on your computer so that the website recognises you from time to time if you return to the website (permanent cookies).

The cookie files help to distinguish between different users and how they navigate the site. This information is important to us at MiniVoice so that we can improve and customize the website for our different users. Cookies are used on many websites to give a visitor access to various functions and thus a better experience of the visit to the website. also uses cookies to streamline and follow up our sales campaigns and marketing activities via so-called remarketing. For this, we use external partners. Remarketing can, for example, mean that a third-party supplier shows our campaigns on other websites on the internet based on our visitors’ previous visits to our website. also uses cookies to keep user statistics on the site through e.g. Google Analytics.

List of Cookies

Below is a summary of the cookies and similar technologies that MiniVoice uses on

Necessary and functional cookies

Some cookies are basic and necessary for the site to function such as page navigation, filling out forms, etc. You can block this in your browser, but this means that some parts of the service will not work.

This type of cookie is used to give you a better user experience. They do not store any personal information but are used to remember your preferences and customizations so that you do not have to re-enter your choices on each visit. This website uses cookies to store your language settings, screen resolution, and any choices you have made regarding cookie management. These cookies do not store any personal information.

  • Channel

Detects screen width and device to customize how the content is displayed.

  • Dicl_current_language

Detects screen width and device to customize how the content is displayed.

  • Resolution

Stores your screen resolution. This allows us to deliver customized images to different devices.

  • gdpr_cookies_message

This cookie is set if you have accepted cookies.

Cookies for statistics and analysis

This type of cookie is used to collect general, anonymous information about how our visitors interact with the site and helps us to improve the structure and content. These cookies are stored via the Google Analytics and Google Ads tools.

      • Google Analytics

The Google Analytics analysis tool (first-party session and permanent cookies) collects statistics on how our visitors move around the website, e.g. how long the visit takes, which pages are visited, which browser is used, etc. Data collected via cookies cannot be linked to the identity of a specific user.

For information on Google Analytics cookies, visit:

      • Google Ads

Information on Google’s cookies can be found in Google’s policy:


Apsis One uses cookies to identify visitors between visits, e.g. to see who are returning visitors.

4. Changes

To ensure that you are always aware of how we use your personal information, we will update this Cookie Policy from time to time to reflect any changes in our use of your personal information. We may also make changes as required to comply with changes in applicable law or regulatory requirements. We encourage you to regularly review this Cookie Policy to obtain information about how we use your personal information.

This version of the policy is updated on 2023-10-17.