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What are cookies?
A cookie is a small textfile that the web address you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many web sites to give the visitor access to different functions. The information within the cookie can be used to follow a visitors surf patterns on a specific website.
There are two types of cookies. One is file saved on your computer for a long period. It is used to inform the visitor what is new on the website since the last visit. The other type is a so called “session” cookie. While you are on a website it is temporarely stored in your PCs memory to keep track of which language you have chosen. These session cookies are deleted once you leave the website.
Post och Telestyrelsen, the Swedish organisation responsible for these issues have published answers and questions regarding cookies (only in Swedish).
We also use third party cookies
We also use Googles Remarketing service, to be able to use and acccess data from Google Analytics, to control remarketing-ads in Google Display Network (GDN) or to identify our visitors gender and age.
The statistical tool Google analytics places a cookie on your computer which gathers information about the way you surf around on our website. We use this information to see which pages/sections are the most popular and to improve our website. This tool does not include any information about who you are. We can not identify you our your computer.
Read more aboute Google Privacy-policies here: www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/.
To give or decline your acceptance
If your web browser is configured to accept cookies you have agreed to let us to place cookies on your computer. You can decline by changing these settings.
Turn off cookies in your web browser
Open the Tools meny, chose Internet options, go to the Privacy section under Internet alternatives, move the leaver to change the settings.
Chose More > Settings. Display Advanced Settings under Advanced Settings and tick an alternative under Privacy and Services > Cookies. (“Block all cookies” blocks all cookies that a website tries to save on your computer. “Block only third party cookies” only blocks cookies from any third party that are saved by external web services, such as embedded ads on web pages you have visited)
Open the menu (tools), chose Settings, go to Privacy/Settings, change how Firefox saves information in the scroll menu.
Open the Adapt menu, chose Alternative, go to “Under the Hood”, chose Information Management under the Privacy menu, change how Chrome handles cookies.