We want your experience of your visit to our site to be as good and efficient as possible. Therefore, we track what visitors do on the site. We track using cookies. A cookie is a small text file stored on your device (eg computer, mobile phone or tablet) that allows us to recognize your browser. Cookies contain information about your browser and the activity that has taken place through the browser. You can use the site without allowing cookies, but then your visit will not be tailor made for you.



If you do not want the site to use cookies, you can turn off the functionality of your browser. Then no cookies will be stored, but you will not be able to use certain features of the site.



Our website uses cookies to improve the website and to collect statistics on an overall level.We use both permanent and temporary cookies that are stored in your browser. Temporary cookies are deleted when you leave our site and they do not contain any personal information.Permanent cookies are used for our visitor statistics, then your IP number is also saved. The visitor statistics are an important tool for further developing the website. By analyzing how you as a visitor use the site, we can continuously improve it for you as a visitor. The permanent cookie saves a file for a long time on the visitor’s device. The cookie then has an expiration date. Once the date has passed, the cookie is automatically deleted the next time you return to the site that created it.



Cookies that are used, for example, to gather information for tailor-made content and for web statistics may be so-called third-party cookies. These cookies come from someone other than the one who is responsible for the site. Third-party cookies also appear on our website.



The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency, Post- och telestyrelsen, has detailed information about the technology and the law on Cookies, read more here.