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Cookies, and how they make our services better for you?
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)
Collect personal information (without your informed and explicit consent)
Collect sensitive personal information (without your informed and explicit consent)
Send personal information to third parties
Our own cookies
We use our own cookies to ensure that our website works, by:
Be able to determine if you are logged in or not
Remember the search you did on our site
Remember if you have agreed to or refused various terms
Leave comments and posts on our blog
Third party features
Cookies from social media
Facebook – Information about cookies
Twitter – Information about cookies
LinkedIn – Information about cookies
Google+ – Information about cookies
The privacy implications 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 each 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 editions of our website to different visitors, while we monitor how the visitors respond to the different editions of our web pages. 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 must know what you like and do not like, while ensuring security. The data collected in this way is anonymous.
We use the following service to be able to test what works and what does not:
Cookies for delivery of website functionality
The data collected is not initially anonymous, but is anonymised and encrypted before being stored in the cookie. In this way, unauthorized persons cannot gain access to the data.
As mentioned above, the following cookies are used to deliver functionality:
Klarna –Information about cookies