What is a cookie?
Cookies are tiny information files that are used to identify users during a brief or extended period. These information files are stored in your computer, but are not able to cause any harm.
There are two types of cookies, and we use both:
- Session cookies, which are temporarily stored in the computer while a visitor navigates the site. These disappear once the browser is closed and are used for the functionality of the sites when you visit them.
- Persistent cookies, which are stored in the computer until they are manually deleted by the user or until the date by which they are deemed expended.
No personal details stored
How to avoid cookies
You can decline cookies by adjusting the security settings in your web browser, governing what cookies are to be allowed, blocked or deleted. You should be aware that your experience on our website may be diminished, and if you completely block all cookies, most of the functions on our website will stop working. You can find more information and instructions in the help section of your web browser.
You can read more about cookies and the Swedish Electronic Communications Act (2003:389) on the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority’s website.
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