Cookies

Like many web sites, we set and use cookies to enhance your user experience, such as retaining your personal settings

According to the Electronic Communication Act (SFS 2003:389) which came into force the 25th of July 2003, all visitors of a website must be informed about what cookies are used for, and provision must be made for users who do not want to allow the use of cookies. A cookie is a small text file which is stored on the user’s computer and contains text information. Cookies are used to enhance certain aspects of a website. We do not store any personal information in cookies and information about you as a visitor of our site cannot be extracted by us from cookies.

Our website use only one kind of cookies. This type of cookie is called sessioncookies. While you are browsing a page on our site this cookie is sent back and forth between your computer and our web server so that the system may keep track of such things such as your language settings. Sessioncookies are not permanently stored on your computer; they are erased when you terminate your browser. If you do not accept the usage of cookies you may shut of the use of cookies in your browser but then certain functions of your web browser will cease to work.