Cookie Policy

We strive to offer a website with the content most relevant to you, and we want to be transparent about how we do it. In order to do so, we use technologies that can collect, process and sort information regarding how you and others use this website.
Processing of personal data by the use of cookies

Our use of cookies may include processing of your personal data. We therefore recommend that you read our Privacy Policy, which describes our processing of personal data and your rights.


By using this website, you accept that we use cookies as described below, unless you have decided to opt out of cookies in your browser. If you have not opted out of cookies at the time of the submission of consent, you have the right to withdraw the consent by blocking cookies in your web browser. For further information on how to block and delete cookies, please see the section below.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that makes it possible to store information or access already stored information on the end-users pc, smartphone, tablet or similar with the purpose of obtaining data about the end-user.

In general, cookies are designed to make our lives easier. Cookies are mainly used to obtain data from a user visiting a given website. The obtained information may vary, as there are many different ways to use a cookie and the information stored within.

The different cookies can be described by dividing them into categories according to their common use. Below follows a brief description of the types of cookies used by service providers, website owners and advertisers.

Persistent and session cookies

Persistent cookies will follow the user across platforms and browsing-sessions (searches) and their duration often varies up to two years or until deletion. Persistent cookies can be helpful for a user by saving passwords and user names and to recognize the user on his/her next visit so the user’s experience stays the same as at the previous visit – also known as tracking.

In contrast hereto are session cookies. They only last for a single browsing session (or until the browsing window is closed). A typical session cookie could be the add to basket function on e-commerce websites. In such cases, the cookie enables the website to remember which item(s) the user has put into the basket, and the cookie will typically last until the purchase is finalized or when the user has left the website.

First and third party cookies

First party cookies are commonly stored by the owner/administrator of a given website and is generally only used by him/her. First party cookies can fall within the different categories of cookies mentioned below.

Third-party cookies can be placed by anyone who might have an interest in gathering information about users on a given website. However, placement of third-party cookies is usually based on an agreement between the website owner and the third party who wants to place the cookie.

Categories of cookies

Necessary cookies (session) are very basic and necessary for the functionality of a website. The add to basket example above is a typical use of a necessary cookie. Without the cookie, the website would simply not be able to deliver the intended service, i.e. a purchase function on an e-commerce website. These cookies do not require user consent.

Preference-cookies are used to enhance and improve the user experience of a visit on a given website. For example, if a website can be viewed in more than one language and the user choses “English”, the website will remember this choice at the next visit.

Operational- and optimization cookies are typically used for operating a website, including statistics and analyses of user behavior on a website.

Marketing cookies are used to track a user across websites. The anonymous information usually comprises a user’s visit on a website, including products, interests and similar. The information can be used to create customer profiles which allow the website owners to choose a more specified product range based on these profiles.

Behavioral advertising cookies are used to customize ads and commercials on a given website. If a user has searched for a specific product on Google, a cookie containing information on this product might be stored. This cookie can at a later stage give the user specific ads for these products on other websites, i.e. Facebook or similar. These types of cookies will often contain personally identifiable information and will require consent from the user.

How do I delete, withdraw and/or avoid cookies?

You can learn more about cookies them by clicking the links below. The links contain information on privacy settings and cookies with detailed descriptions on how to delete cookies in the future:

Cookies we use and for what purpose:
Name Purpose Responsible(data owner) Storage time
Google Analytics Statistics Google 2 years
Connect²Treat Cookie consent Connect²Treat 2 years

17 April 2019
Last updated on 22 June 2019