A cookie is a small text file that the site you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to allow a visitor access to various features. The information in the cookie is possible to use to follow a user's browsing within a specific site.
There are two types of cookies. One type saves a file for a long time on your computer. For example, it uses features that talk about what's new since the user last visited the current site. The other type of cookies is called session cookies. While you are browsing and browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in your computer's memory, for example, to keep track of which language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored on your computer for a long time, but disappear when you close your browser.
The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency (Post- och telestyrelsen), which is the regulatory authority, has published questions and answers about cookies.
On this site, cookies are used to facilitate visitors and provide access to various features and types of information.
We also use the Google Remarketing service, based on data from Google Analytics, directing remarketing ads on the Google Display Network (GDN), or identifying gender and age of our visitors.
The Google Analytics analytics tool places a cookie on your computer that collects information about browsing your site. We use the information to see which content is popular and to improve the site. The cookie cookie contains no information about who you are. We can not identify you or your computer.
If your browser is set to allow cookies, you have given your consent to placing cookies on your computer. You can withdraw your consent by changing settings in the browser.
Open the Tools menu, select Internet Options, go to the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box, move the slider to change settings.
Select More> Settings. Then select View Advanced Settings under Advanced Settings and the desired option under Privacy and Services> Cookies. (Block all cookies block all cookies that websites try to save on your computer. Block third-party cookies only, block third-party cookies saved by external web services, such as embedded ads on webpages you've visited.)
Open the menu (tool), select settings, go to the Privacy view in the Settings dialog, change how Firefox will save information with the drop-down list.
Open the customize menu, select option, go to the view under the hood, choose Content Manager under the heading Privacy, change how Chrome handles cookies.