Last modified 1 May 2009
I accept that the texts / data, that I produce, can be used by Danish libraries in local and national systems and by library partners without limitations. Libraries may not alter texts / data, but I accept that libraries can delete texts / data if these conflict with the acts in force at the time in question. I am familiar with the instructions below and agree to the terms specified in the instructions.
User Agreement instructions
Last modified May 2009
The library is part of a co-operation with local libraries and national systems for storage and reuse of texts / data. Therefore, a review of a title given to one library can be seen in other library systems and in systems that libraries co-operate with.
The content of reviews must be impartial and contain no libel or other unlawful statements. The library is responsible for the legality of the published statements, which is why we reserve the right to delete typed texts / data without detailed justification.
With acceptance of the terms in this Agreement you have accepted that your texts / data are used by the library, other library systems and systems that libraries are co-operating with (which systems or business partners that may be involved will change over time, but it can e.g. be booksellers' databases that libraries exchange user reviews with.) With your acceptance of the terms you give the libraries unrestricted right to use your texts / data. Your texts are used either in full or as an extract. You will retain copyright for your texts / data which are not resold or otherwise subjected to commercial exploitation. However your texts / data may be included in the exchange with other systems for use on similar terms.
Reviews, ratings and tags are stored with personal reference. If you write reviews, your username will be visible to other users when the reviews are displayed. You can delete your reviews, ratings and tags if you regret the publishing. If you write articles for the website, these can also be deleted.
User Agreements are based on guidelines from Danish Agency for Libraries and Media.
Information about cookies
Last modified 1 September 2012
It is a legal requirement that websites inform users about the applied cookies so users can decide whether they wish to continue visiting the website or if they want to block cookies to avoid targeted commercials etc. A website is not compelled to inform about cookies which are necessary for core functions.
- To remember your choice of language
- To remember your log in status.
- To remember titles saved in media basket when not logged in.
- To gather traffic records for the national statistics for library websites available on Danmarks Biblioteksindeks. These cookies are stored and read by product supplier Visionize.
- gather data about the use of the website by means of Google Analytics for internal use on the library. These cookies are stored and read by Google. Read more about cookie information at Google.
- The functionality ‘AddThis': AddThis is used for sharing content from the website on different social networks. In this case cookies are used to remember you when logging in and also how many times content is shared by different users. Read more about cookie information at AddThis .
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