Cookies Policy

Cookies, And How They Make Our Services Better For You?

Our websites use cookies, as almost all websites do, in order to give you as good an experience as possible. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile phone when you visit websites. Below we use the words ‘cookies’ and ‘information cookies’ interchangeably, but we are then talking about one and the same thing.

Our cookies help to:
  • Make sure the web pages work as you expect them to
  • Stay logged in the next time you visit the pages (if you have a user with us)
  • Remember your settings from visit to visit
  • Improve website speed and security
  • Let yourself share pages and content you want on social networks, such as Facebook
  • Let us continuously improve our website for you
  • Make our marketing more effective (allowing us to offer our services the way we do, at the prices we do)
We do not use cookies to:
  • Collect personal data (without your informed and explicit consent)
  • Collect sensitive personal data (without your informed and explicit consent)
  • Sending personal data to third parties
How We Obtain Consent To The Use Of Cookies?

If the settings in the program you use to view this website (your browser) are set to accept cookies, in addition to your continued use of our website, we assume that you think it is okay for us to use cookies. If you wish to delete the cookies, or disable their use, you can read about how to do this below. If cookies are deactivated, our websites may stop working as you expect.

Our Own Cookies

We use our own cookies to ensure that our website works, by:

  • Could determine whether you are logged in or not
  • Remember the search you made on our site
  • Remember whether you have agreed to or declined various terms
  • Allow you to leave comments and posts on our blog
Third Party Features

Our websites, like most other websites, use some functions and elements from third parties. A typical example is Facebook’s ‘like button. This type of functionality often uses cookies. Below you will find a list of these third party services. You can disable third-party cookies in the settings of your browser, but note that this may cause some of these services to stop working as they should.

Cookies From Social Media

These social media use cookies on our pages:

The privacy consequences of using these cookies will vary from one online community to another, depending on the privacy settings you have set up for your user in the individual online community.

Cookies For Improving And Securing The Website

We regularly test new design and new functionality on our websites. We do this by showing slightly different versions of our website to different visitors, while at the same time monitoring how the visitors respond to the different versions of our websites. We also use services to secure our websites against attacks, and at the same time ensure that the pages are operational in all cases. The purpose of this is to be able to offer our visitors the best websites we can, and then we need to know what you like and don’t like, while ensuring security. The data collected in this way is anonymous.

Cookies For Delivery Of Website Functionality

We use cookies from third parties to be able to offer you certain functions on our websites that would not work without these cookies. In order to be able to use Klarna Checkout in this online store, Klarna relies on the use of cookies, among other things to allow customers to choose between payment options, and to remember the information the customer enters, during the visit and for the next time.

The data collected is not initially anonymous, but is anonymised and encrypted before it is stored in the cookie. In this way, unauthorized persons cannot gain access to the data.

As mentioned above, the following cookies are used for the delivery of functionality:

Cookies For Measuring Anonymous Visitor Statistics

We use cookies to compile statistics on visitor numbers, what kind of technology visitors use (e.g. Mac or Windows, to detect if our services do not work on some types of devices), how long visitors spend on our pages, which pages they look at, etc. This helps us to continuously improve our websites. These “analysis tools” also tell us, using anonymous data, how the visitors find our websites (e.g. via a search engine) and whether they have been here before. This helps us to spend money on developing our services in the areas where it is actually needed.

We use:

Advertising Cookies

You may have noticed that you get advertisements on various websites for goods or websites you have looked at in the past? This is because advertisers, such as us, pay for these ads. The technology behind this functionality is ‘advertisement cookies’. When you visit our website, we sometimes place an advertising cookie in your browser, and this is used to be able to display advertisements for our services on other pages you visit, if the website displays advertisements. But you can take it easy: We are neither allowed nor able (it is not practically possible) to contact you directly via the information these cookies collect, as the entire process is anonymised.

You can learn how to disable advertising cookies in your browser below, but we hope you want to continue to allow them, as ads are one of the things that help us at {company name} to be able to offer our services in the best and cheapest way possible . Cookies for advertising purposes are also part of what helps keep much of the internet open and free. It is also worth mentioning that even if you disable this type of cookie, you will still see ads – they will just be less tailored to you and your interests.

How To Turn Off Cookies?

You can usually turn off cookies by changing the settings in your browser, or by installing an add-on in your browser. However, by doing this, a lot of useful functionality on websites can stop working, as most websites are completely dependent on cookies to be able to offer their services in a good way. This includes our websites. We hope you want to allow cookies from our pages. But, if you don’t want that, that’s of course perfectly fine too. No sour faces!

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