Information cookies

What are cookies? 


When you use our website, you should feel confident that we follow the applicable laws and regulations. We will hereby inform you how we use cookies, or cookies, as they are called in English and in the computer world. Here you can read about the cases in which we use such cookies and how you can delete and manage them. 

When you visit a website for the first time, information will be stored on your browser. A cookie is a small text file that is used to store information about your settings, preferences and/or usage patterns on browsers or on mobile devices. Today, this technology is used on the vast majority of websites, to adapt the display of the website to the device, to collect statistics and to display products adapted to your profile. In many cases, cookies are indispensable if the user is to have a good experience. 


How long is a cookie stored? 

This varies in relation to why it is set. Temporary cookies are stored on your browser only while you are on the website and are automatically deleted when you close the browser or switch off the device. These enable you to have a better user experience by, for example, displaying the pages faster. Permanent (persistent) information capsules are stored on your browser over a period of, for example, 1 day, 3 months, 2 years or until a specific date. The information then remains stored on your browser between visits, but you can delete these manually. A cookie that is stored over a longer period can simplify your experience of the website by, for example, being logged in the next time you visit the website, even if you have closed the browser. 


Who places cookies? 

It is mostly that places cookies on our websites with the purposes mentioned earlier. In some cases, there may be business partners.
Necessary cookies are information that many of the website's services rely on to function. For example, they allow the website to adapt to your language preferences, while others protect the website and services in general, as well as ensure that you are who you say you are when you log in. 

During your visit to the websites, cookies are used to see if you have visited the website before, so that information elements are not displayed unnecessarily many times and to remember information you have entered or choices you have made. 


We collect information about visits to the websites so that we can report our results and make improvements. For example, we collect information about how visitors use the website, which website the user came from and how long a user stays on the website. 


Administration of cookies 

You can delete cookies yourself under the settings on your browser, but they will be created again the next time you visit a website, unless you change the setting. The vast majority of browsers are preset to accept cookies automatically, but you have the option to change this. Please note that deleting cookies or changing the settings may have a negative impact on usability, such as requiring you to log in every time you visit the page. 

You can read more about how to delete or change the settings in your browser at .