Published Mar 16. 2015 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 18. 2016

GFF respects your privacy

Here at the Global FlyFisher we try our best to protect and respect your privacy, and do not harvest any information about you or share information with others.

Cookies - The good kind
The good kind
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When you move about on the web your behavior is tracked. That's the way of the web. A lot of web sites actually collect a lot of information about you. This is done in such a way that you rarely notice it, but never the less a lot of information is accumulated and shared - mainly through advertising networks and so called data brokers. You have probably heard the stories about people getting marketing mail based on very personal information, which hadn't been shared with anybody, but which was gathered through their clicking around on the web, their search history and their online shopping.

We try not to

On the Global FlyFisher we try not to collect and share such information, but even though we try hard, some of the things that we do cannot be done without just a little such tracking. Certain technical things we do come with the added "bonus" of some degree of tracking. It's very limited, but does add to the larger image of you, constructed from your online behavior and habits.
Below you will find a list of the different sorts of information that we use and how it's used - and why.
It's all done through so called cookies of which there are two basic types - site cookies and third party cookies. I will cover the latter first.

Third party cookies

Because the Global FlyFisher uses a font and some code, which is hosted by Google, we get a couple of third party cookies (AKA Tracking cookies) from Google. One is coupled to Doubleclick, one of the largest online advertising companies in the world, and that will no doubt be used to gather marketing information. Same thing goes for some of our embedded content like the videos. We don't control those 100% and can't control how cookies are set and used in the embedded content.
We used to have a bit of Facebook integration, but that has been removed, and is slowly disappearing from our pages as they get refreshed from the latest code.
You can usually disable third party cookies in your web browser, which will not only effect the cookies that are indirectly set, but also remove the thousands of third party cookies set by many other sites.
The illustrations below show you how to disable third party or tracking cookies in the four most popular browsers.

Firefox


Google Chrome


Internet Explorer


Safari


Martin Joergensen

Our own cookies

A very large majority of sites use cookies for all sorts of neat functions. We use them here to keep track of you information (if you entered it). Cookies remember your whereabouts in our forum or video section and other things. These cookies are ours and ours alone and can't and won't be shared with others, but are solely used to make your experience here a little better and easier.
You can disable cookies - or delete the ones that Global FlyFisher sets - and the site will be none the worse. It will work fine and you will probably feel no difference.

The cookies we set won't be shared with others, but are solely used to make your experience here a little better and easier.

Other information

Whatever other information you might share with us - name, email, comments, preferences or other things - we do not share with others unless we clearly specify it. We use it on the site where it makes sense, but respect your wish to be if not anonymous then at least private.


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