Use of cookies and other measuring tools

We use cookies to facilitate the use of our site and personalize parts of the content. A cookie is a small text file sent from our web server and saved by your browser. The information stored in the file may be information about the last visited page or a selection in the navigation that you have made.

We use different measurement tools on the site to get aggregated / aggregated data about users / traffic. However, such statistics never contain any kind of personal information but are used to detect general patterns for the use of web-based services.

IP addresses are not stored in our databases related to behavior on the site, so the information about you can never be linked with your identity.

We have the following purposes with the use of cookies:

  • Allow the system to recognize repeat users.
  • Develop and improve the website by understanding how it is used.
  • Calculate and report user numbers and traffic.

We also use third-party cookies from other companies to conduct market research and traffic measurements, and to improve the functionality of the site.
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You can delete cookies from your hard drive at any time, but this may cause your personal settings to disappear. You can also change the settings in your browser so it does not allow cookies to be saved to your hard drive. However, this reduces the functionality of some web pages and may cause some content and certain features to be unavailable.

If your browser supports an so-called “incognito mode”, you can enable it to automatically delete all cookies every time you close your webpages.

More information about cookies

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Instructions for clearing cookies in your webpages can be found, for example, on Google’s help pages. Here are step by step guides for the most common browsers on the market.

Facts about cookies

What are cookies?

Many of the web sites you visit use cookies. A cookie is a small text file on your computer that contains information about, for example, your personal settings on a web site or when the web page was last visited. Cookies are written by the website you visit but stored on your own computer. With this feature, it is possible to save settings that will give you better service every time you visit the site. It can also be used to distinguish unique visitors. The text file is not harmful to your computer and can not contain any program code that can be run on your computer. The cookie is not readable other than if it is linked to the web site that created the cookie.

The term “third-party cookies” means that the cookie – through the website you visit – comes from a third party. Third party cookies are used by, for example, measurement companies.

If you want to know more about cookies and what the law says about them, you can read more at the Communication Authority PTS website under the heading “Cookies for Users” and “Cookies”.

What are third-party cookies used for?

Third-party cookies are used, among other things, to bring statistics about visitors to a single site.

Can third-party cookies be used to chart individual individuals?

No. The information is stored anonymously and this cookie communicates via an anonymous, encrypted ID number, which can not be connected to a computer. The only way to connect the information with a computer is if you have access to both the database on the server and the individual computer.