- Session cookies: Will expire when you end each web browsing session and makes it possible to see a correlation of action during the session.
- Persistent cookies: Is stored on your device between session and enables us to remember settings and actions.
- First-party cookies: Provided by the website that you are using.
- Third-party cookies: Provided by a third-party website that is different from the website you are using.
Our purpose for using cookies
Some of our cookies are stored from session to session. This can be related to statistics and analysis that may be necessary for optimal functionality of our services. When you are using our services, third parties may store cookies on our behalf to measure and analyse site use. We have strict guidelines for how such parties may collect and use data on visitors of our website.
Who are using cookies?
We are using the following first-party cookies:
|Ensures at login that you will be connected to a server during the session
|Saves your cookie preferences from previous session
|Track potential security issues
Below follows a list of third-party cookies:
|Statistics: Information on use of our website
|Statistics: Differentiate users
|Statistics: used by Google AdSense
Which cookies are stored in my browser?
Under settings you will find all cookies that are stored in your browser. Here, you also have the possibility to delete the cookies that you do not want to keep. You may find a user guide on how to delete cookies here.
How do I prevent cookies from being stored on my device?
You have the possibility to prevent cookies from being stored on your device. You may do this by navigating to settings in your browser and changing the security settings. Regardless of which browser you are using, it should be possible to change what websites you are permitting cookies from.
Here is how to change the settings in the most popular browsers: