This website contains so-called cookies. According to the Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on 25 July 2003, everyone who visits a website with cookies will receive information that the website contains cookies and what these cookies are used for and how cookies can be avoided.
A cookie is a small data file which a website stores on your computer so that your computer is recognised the next time you visit the website. Cookies are used on many websites to provide visitors with access to different functions. The information in the cookie can be used to monitor a user's surfing. A cookie file is passive and cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs.
Cookies are used as a tool, for instance, to:
- • store settings as to how a website should be displayed (resolution, language etc.),
- • turn on the encryption of the transfer of sensitive information on the Internet,
- • make it possible to observe how users make use of the website to thereby collect information as to how the website in general terms, can be developed,
- • link the user's exposure to advertising on websites that relate to his/her transactions in e-commerce as a basis for calculating remunerations to the website, and advertising networks,
- • collect information about users' behaviour to adapt and refine the content and advertising on websites visited to these behaviours.
Cookies and other methods that are stored or retrieve information from the user's computer may only be used with the user's consent. Consent may be provided in various ways, for example via the web browser. In your browser settings, the user can specify which cookies are allowed, blocked, or deleted. Read more about how this is done in the web browser's help section; for more information see http://www.minacookies.se/allt-om-cookies/.
For questions regarding cookies used by the website please contact email@example.com