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A cookie is a little text file saved on your computer by the website you visit. Cookies are used on many websites in order to give the visitor access to different functions. The cookie information makes it possible to follow a user’s surfing within a specific website.
There are two types of cookies. One type saves a file during a longer time period on your computer. For example, it’s used with functions that communicate what is new since the user’s last visit to the same website. The other type of cookie is called a session cookie. During the time you are surfing on a web page, this type of cookie is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory for such purposes as keeping track of your choice of language. Session cookies are not stored for a longer time period on your computer, but are removed when you close your browser.
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority, a regulatory authority, has published questions and answers about cookies.
Based on Google Analytics data, we also use the Google Remarketing service to steer remarketing advertisements in Google Display Network (GDN) or to identify the sex and age of our visitors.
Google Analytics statistical tool places a cookie on your computer that gathers information about your surfing on our website. We use this information to see which content is popular as well as improve the website. The statistical tool’s cookie does not contain any information about who you are. We cannot identify you or your computer.
If your browser is set up to permit cookies, then you have given your consent to allow us to place cookies on your computer. You can take back your consent by changing your browser settings.
In Internet Explorer, select the Tools icon (Alt + X). Select Internet options. Select the Privacy tab. Under Settings, select Advanced and choose how cookies are handled.
Click on ≡ to open menu, choose options and then select Privacy & Security. Change how Firefox saves information by scrolling down the screen.
Click on ⋮ to open Customize and control, choose Settings, choose the Privacy and security setting, and choose how Chrome manages cookies.