General information about what cookies are
A cookie is a small text file that websites can store on, for example, your computer, mobile phone or tablet when you visit the website through your device. Cookies allow the browser to store certain information on your device and then pass the information on to the visited website.
Cookies are often used, for example, to display a website according to your choices, such as your language preferences, to customise the display of relevant advertisements to you, to remember you as a visitor to the website or to analyse and track your use of the website. In addition, it may also be possible to check whether you are logged in to the website through cookies.
Different types of cookies
There are different types of cookies and these can be divided into the following main groups:
Session cookies : this type of cookie is stored temporarily by your device’s memory and has no expiry date. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser and are only stored during the web session.
Permanent cookies: this type of cookie saves a file on your device for a longer period of time and has an expiry date. Often, permanent cookies are still stored on your device even after you close your browser. The cookie will be deleted from your device once the expiry date has passed. This cookie may then be created again if you visit the website again.
Third-party cookies: this type of cookie comes from someone other than the website operator. For example, web analytics and/or traffic measurement providers may place such cookies in order to analyse your use of the website. Advertising companies may also place third-party cookies, to present certain types of ads on a website, collect information about advertising, track which websites you visit, etc.
This website uses session cookies, persistent cookies and third-party cookies, but these only store anonymous or de-identified data about the website’s visitors.
Different categories of cookies
Essential cookies: essential cookies are absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of the website. These cookies ensure basic functionality and security features of the website (anonymously). Necessary cookies are essential for you to experience the full functionality of our website. They allow us to maintain user sessions and prevent security threats. They do not collect or store any personal information.
Functional cookies: functional cookies help perform certain functions such as sharing website content on social media platforms, collecting feedback and other third-party functions.
Advertising cookies: advertising cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant advertisements and marketing campaigns. These cookies track visitors to websites and collect information to provide personalised ads.
Analytical cookies: analytical cookies are used to understand how visitors interact with the website. These cookies help provide information on metrics, number of visitors, bounce rate, traffic source, etc.
Performance cookies: performance cookies are used to understand and analyse key website performance indicators that help provide a better user experience for visitors.
Other cookies: other non-categorised cookies are those that we have not yet classified into a category and that we are currently analysing.
Below you can see which cookies are used on this website with information on which category they belong to, how long they are stored on the visitor’s browser/device, a description of what the cookie is used for with information on whether it is a first-party or third-party cookie. Some cookies may be directly linked to specific features of the website or to only a part of the website.
Managing the storage of cookies
In addition, it is possible to change the cookie retention settings through most browsers. In some cases, it is possible to choose to delete individual specific cookies stored on your device, or all previously stored cookies. These functions are often found in one of the following menu options in the browser: ‘Help’, ‘Tools’ or ‘Edit’. If you need help with this, you should contact the publisher of the browser or visit the browser’s help pages for more information.
More information on cookies and the Electronic Communications Act is available on the website of the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (www.pts.se).
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