A cookie is a text file that is saved in your browser, which means that if you return to a website, the server will recognise you as a user. A cookie does not collect any personal data, so it cannot identify you. In addition, a cookie is a passive file that does not contain viruses or other harmful programs.
Accept or decline cookies
If you want to allow cookies, simply continue using the website, thus accepting that cookies will be set for the purposes mentioned above.
If you want to decline cookies, click on "Decline cookies", which means cookies will not be set. However, you should be aware that to register your rejection of cookies, one cookie will be set in accordance with the Danish Business Authority's guidelines on the Executive Order on Cookies. You should also note that you will not be able to use the search function in the Prosecution Service's knowledge base if you decline cookies.
If you later wish to withdraw your consent to cookies, you need to delete cookies in your browser's Internet settings (see more detailed description below). If you reload/reopen the website, the cookie banner will reappear so that you can decline cookies.
You can always disable cookies in the Internet settings of your browser, or you can delete the cookies set after visiting www.anklagemyndigheden.dk. You can also read more or find guidance on how to delete cookies in various browsers here:
Would you like to know more?
If you want to know more about cookies, how to block them, and how to delete them, you can read more (in Danish only) on the website www.minecookies.org. You can read more about the legislation on cookies on the Danish Business Authority’s website.