About Cookies

Anyone who visits a site using cookies must be informed by law that the site contains cookies, what they are used for and how to opt-out of them (Electronic Communications Act, SFS 2003: 389, which came into force on July 25, 2003). A cookie is a small text file stored on the visitor's computer and contains information. Cookies are usually used to improve the website. There are two types:

One type saves a file that is left on the visitor's computer. The file is used for example to make it easier for the visitor to use the site based on their wishes and interests.

The other type is called session cookie. While a visitor is on a webpage, it is temporarily stored in the visitor's computer memory. Session cookies disappear when the visitor closes their browser. No personal information, such as email or name, is saved about the visitor.

Both types of cookies are used on our site. When you visit our site, a session cookie is sent between your computer and our web server, for example, to facilitate navigation. Session cookies are also used when you use some of our services. The cookie disappears when you finish the visit.

If you as a visitor do not accept that the site uses cookies, you can turn off the feature through your browser's security settings. You can also set the browser to get a warning every time the site tries to put a cookie on your computer. If you don’t store all of our cookies, certain features will be unavailable to you on the site.