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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file on your computer that a website requests to save on the visitor’s computer. Cookies contains a small amount of information and a timestamp.

Web browsers save this information on your computer and transmits this information to the website every time you request a page/image/document from the website.

Summary of the law about electronic communication

The law about electronic communication, SFS 2003:389, that entered into force on July 25, 2003, states that all website visitors’ shall be given information regarding the websites use and purpose of cookies.

The visitor of a website must also be given information of how cookies can be avoided. An opportunity to agree to the use of cookies must also be given.

Cookie management

If you don’t agree to the use of cookies you can through your web browser settings turn of cookies. This may, however, lead to the website not working as intended.

You can also through your browser settings remove previously stored cookies.

Please refer to your web browser’s help page for more information regarding the management of cookies in your browser.

Cookies on this website

This website uses cookies for four purposes:

  1. Through the third-party service Google Analytics to enable gathering of visitor statistics. More information regarding these cookies can be found at Cookies & Google Analytics
  2. A cookie to store your cookie approval. This cookie only stores the approval and a timestamp and no other information.
  3. If you authenticate on this website cookies will be used to store your session information to enable the authentication to work properly.
  4. Through the third-party service NewRelic which is used to enable us to notice and act upon server errors which may occur.