According to the Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on 25 July 2003, everyone who visits a website with cookies should be informed that the website contains cookies, what these cookies are used for and how they can be avoided.
A cookie is a small data file that Web sites store on your computer so they can recognize your computer the next time you visit the site. Cookies are used on many web sites to give visitors access to various functions. The information in the cookie can be used to monitor a user's surfing. A cookie is passive and can not spread computer viruses or other malicious software.
Cookies are used as tools to for example:
- store the settings for how a website is to display (resolution, language, etc.)
- turn on encryption of a transmission on the internet of sensitive information
- allow observation of how users understand the site and with that collect data on how the site can generally be developed
- connect the user's exposure to advertising on websites to his transactions in e-commerce as the basis for calculating payments to the site and ad networks
- gather information about the users' behaviors to adapt and limit the content and advertising on visited websites to these behaviors.
Cookies and other technologies that store or retrieve information from the user's computer may be used only with the consent of the user. Consent can be provided in different ways, for example through the browser. In your browser settings, the user can set which cookies should be allowed, blocked or deleted. Learn more about how this is done in the browser's help section and for more information see http://www.minacookies.se/allt-om-cookies/.
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