Privacy policy

This privacy statement describes how Frameworks AS collects, utilizes and protects personal information.

Frameworks, through the general manager, is responsible for treatment of the company's processing of personal data. Frameworks AS processes personal data in line with the GDPR regulation and the new Personal Data Act which came into force on 20.07.2018. This means that we have a system for assessing risk, implementing measures and we have ongoing supervision of systems and agreements.

Frameworks is a data processor for many of our customers in the form of development, operation, security and storage of data in our customer solutions. The processing of personal data for our customer solutions is regulated and made responsible in our operating agreements and data processing agreements with our customers.

Frameworks AS has subcontractors for the operation of both its own services and our customers' services. For these suppliers, Frameworks AS has entered into data processor agreements that ensure proper processing of personal data throughout the supplier chain.

The additional statement contains information you are entitled to in regards to collecting information from our website where we are responsible for processing.

Processing of personal data at

The general manager is generally responsible for Frameworks AS's processing of personal information on, unless otherwise stated below. It is voluntary for those who visit the websites to provide personal information in connection with services, such as receiving newsletters. The basis for treatment is the consent of the individual, unless otherwise specified.

ServeTheWorld AS is Frameworks AS's data processor, and is our supplier for server operation / storage of this website.

Information collected in connection with the operation of the website is stored on separate servers operated by the provider. Only Frameworks and ServeTheWorld AS possess unlimited access to any information collected. In addition, tracking information is collected via 3rd party actors related to web statistics, marketing and functionality on the website, these are declared "Cookies".

A separate data processor agreement between Frameworks and ServeTheWorld regulates what information the supplier has access to and how it is to be processed.

Web statistics

Frameworks collects unidentified information about visitors to The purpose of this is to compile statistics that we use to improve and further develop the information offered on the website. Examples of what the statistics provide answers to are how many people visit different pages, how long the visit lasts, which websites the users come from and which browsers are used.

The information is processed in deidentified and aggregated form. Deidentified means that we can not trace the information we collect back to the individual user. We collect the entire IP address, but the IP address is deidentified so that only the first three groups in the address are used to generate statistics. That is, if the IP address consists of the numbers, only 195.159.103.xx is used. In addition, the IP addresses are processed at an aggregate level, i. e. all data is merged into a group and not processed individually.


Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you download a website. Cookies can be used by websites to enrich a user's experience, make the experience more integrated and more efficient and can be used to integrate and track usage against 3rd party services (such as social media).

The law states that we may store cookies on the device if they are necessary for the operation of the service. For all other types of cookies, we require your permission.

We use cookies to give content a personal touch, to deliver social media functions and to analyze our traffic. We therefore share indirect information about how you use our website with 3rd parties in social media and analytics, which may combine it with other information you have made available to them, or which they have collected through your use of their services.

Storage of information and processing of this information is not permitted unless the user has both been informed of and given their consent to the processing by a third party. The user shall be informed of and approve which information is processed, what the purpose of the processing is and who processes the information, cf. Electronic Communications Act § 2-7b.

See here for a detailed overview of cookies used at