According to Swedish law on electrical communication, which came into force the 25th of July in 2003, all visitors on websites with cookies have to be informed if the website contains cookies, how they can be used and how they can be avoided.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files stored in your computer by a website. When you visit the website it sends out cookies to your computer, these cookies contain information which the website wants you to present every time you move from one page to another in the website. In most cases these cookies contain settings that you yourself have created in the website, information that you’re logged in etc.. Cookies are limited to the size of 4 Kb.
How are cookies used in this website?
In our website cookies are used to control your "sessions". Every time you visit a new page in the website your computer will automatically send the ID-number that was received the first time you visited the website. This ID-number allows the program behind the website to save and overlook settings you’ve made during your visit. We keep statistics over which pages our visiters have entered.
How do I turn off cookies?
There is no way for you to control if the website sends cookies. What you can do is to go into your browser (the program you use when online) which receives and saves cookies. Most browsers can also choose to allow cookies from certain websites and block them from others. Look in your instructions manual for help to create such settings.
What happens if I don’t accept cookies from your website?
If you choose not to accept cookies you will not be able to use services in our website which require for you to log in, e.g the members area. You can still read information that doesn’t require a password!