What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that the website you visit saves in your computer or on a corresponding device, such as a phone or tablet. The next time you visit the site, the file responds and tells you that you’ve been there before. The cookie is saved in connection with the files used by the browser or similar programs.
Cookies have many uses. A few examples are:
- Store settings for how a website should be displayed (resolution, language, etc.)
- Enable encryption of sensitive information transmission on the Internet
- Enable observation of how users assimilate the website and thereby gather data for how the website can be developed in general
- Link the user’s exposure to advertising on websites to his e-commerce transactions as a basis for calculating remuneration for the website and the advertising networks
- Gather information about user behaviour to adapt and restrict the content and advertising of websites visited to these behaviours.
As a user, you can decide for yourself whether you want to accept or delete cookies. You can also choose to allow cookies for specific websites. These choices can be made in the settings of your browser.
If you do not accept cookies, this may lead to certain information on the website not being available.
If you opt out of cookies in your browser, this only applies to the browser you use. You will need to follow the same process on all different browsers that you use on the same and / or different computers or devices.
Note that if there are separate user accounts on a computer in a household, you have the option to customize your settings for each account.
Cookies for marketing purposes
We pass on information about your use of our website to the social media and advertising and analytics companies we work with. These, in turn, may combine the information with other information that you have provided or that they have collected when you have used their services. These cookies identify NO personal information about our visitors such as name, contact information, income and so on.
Read more about which cookies Google uses.
Cookies from Google are stored for a maximum of 540 days and Facebook 180 days ago and they are deleted automatically.
We use Analytics to monitor the work of our website and constantly improve it. Some examples of what Google Analytics can be used for are:
- Remarketing with Google Analytics
Impression reporting for the Google Display Network
- Demographics and interest reports in Google Analytics
- Integrated services that require Google Analytics to collect data for advertising purposes through ad cookies and anonymous identifiers.
If you do not want Google Analytics to collect data about you, you can prevent this by clicking on this link.