Cookies and Storage of Local Data
When you use our services and visit our websites, different types of data are stored locally on your device via your browser. We use this data to adapt and improve the content and functions of our services for these to work better for you.
The local storage of data is stored by us using so-called cookies.
A "cookie" is a small text file that our website when you visit requests to be saved on your device. With the help of the cookie, we can recognize your browser and if, for example, you have previously made settings or logged in.
We use both so-called session cookies and "permanent" cookies in our services. A session cookie is a text file that automatically disappears when you shut down your browser. A "permanent" cookie is instead a cookie that stores a text file on your device for a shorter or longer period after you have left our website (unless you delete it yourself before). We use a "permanent" cookie to keep you logged in and remember the different settings you have made.
1. Login and settings
2. Adaptations and offers
3. Development and improvement of our services
4. General information
The cookie is used to indicate to other websites that ‘This person visited a particular page, so show them ads relating to that page’.
You can delete cookies from your browser and your device yourself. You can also adjust the settings in your browser to change the way cookies are stored on your device.
If you choose to disable cookies, then this might affect the functionality of our services or even cause some of them to stops working. Settings and login details shall not be saved either.
If you deactivate a cookie or a category of cookies, you do not delete the cookie from your browser. You must delete the cookie itself from the browser on your device.
Note that if you deactivate the cookies, then it would mean that we would no longer be able to provide you with a customized offer and other customized information.
Information on how you handle cookies in your particular browser can be found easily by using the "search function" in your browser.