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When you visit verksamt.se, certain information about what you do on the website is saved to improve your experience and provide statistics.
Among other things, cookies are used to save personal settings on the website. Cookies are also used to collect visitor statistics and analyse what needs to be changed on the website.
IP addresses and cookie ID may be personal data. You have the right to know how we use the data, as well how you can restrict its usage.
Cookies are used by all websites and may be necessary for the website to function optimally. This makes it possible to follow which pages are visited and allows you to save personal settings for the website.
There are different types of cookies and verksamt.se uses four of these.
- The session cookie is stored temporarily in the computer’s memory while a visitor is on the website. The cookie disappears when you close the web browser.
- A permanent cookie remains on your computer until it is deleted.
- The first-party cookie comes from the current website (verksamt.se) and place cookies in the visitor’s web browser.
- A third-party cookie comes from another website and places cookies in the visitor’s browser. You may set your web browser so that it only blocks cookies from third parties.
In order to understand how the website is being used and to provide support for our improvement efforts, we collect statistics about each visit through Matomo.
If you do not accept cookies
You may make changes in your web browser’s security settings so that you either do not receive any cookies at all or you receive a query every time a website attempts to place a cookie on your computer.
In the web browser you may also erase cookies that were stored earlier; see the web browser’s help pages for more information.
Read more about cookies on the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority's website
Read more about personal data, your rights and how to complain whilst your personal data is being processed
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