What is a cookie?
Cookies are used on most websites. In some cases, cookies are the only way to make the website work as intended.
A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your PC or other IT equipment. It makes it possible to recognize your PC and collect information about which sites and functions that are visited with your browser.
Cookies for statistics
The first time you land on this website, you see a banner with information about cookies for statistics. If you click on the link ”No thank you to cookies for statistics”, no cookies will be placed for statistics. We do, however, use a cookie to remember your no thank you for statistics. If you wish to avoid cookies altogether, you will have to disable cookies in your browser. However, you need to be aware that, if you disable cookies, you will not be able to log into or use other functions that requires that the website remembers your choice.
If you click on to another website without choosing ”No thank you …” or if you click ”OK”, a cookie is placed to collect statistics and the banner disappears. We use the statistics to improve usability. The information in the statistics are anonymous and will not be linked to a specific user.
Delete or disable cookies in the browser
You can reject cookies on your PC at any time by changing your browser settings. Where you can access the settings depends on what browser you are using. However, if you do this, you need to be aware that there are many functions and services on the internet that you will not be able to use. All browsers allow you to delete cookies either all at once or one at the time. How you this depends on what browser you are using. Remember, if you use multiple browsers, you need to delete cookies in each of them.