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About cookies

You are here­by giv­ing your con­sent to Stiern­holm Inter­na­tion­al plac­ing cook­ies on your com­put­er, giv­en that your webb brows­er or equiv­a­lent pro­gram is set to receive and accept cook­ies. You can at any time with­draw your con­sent by chang­ing your brows­er settings.

What are cookies?

A cook­ie is a textfile that web­sites you vis­it save on your com­put­er. Cook­ies are used by many web­sites to give the vis­i­tor access to dif­fer­ent func­tions. The infor­ma­tion con­tained in the cook­ie makes it pos­si­ble to trace how a vis­i­tor uses a spe­cif­ic website.

There are two types of cook­ies. The first type saves a file for a longer peri­od of time on your com­put­er. It is for instance used by func­tions that tell the user’s com­put­er if any fea­tures or infor­ma­tion has been added on the web­site since their last vis­it. The sec­ond type of cook­ies are called ses­sion cook­ies. This par­tic­u­lar type is stored tem­porar­i­ly on your com­put­er for as long as you are brows­ing a cer­tain web­site to keep track of infor­ma­tion such as what lan­guage pref­er­ence you have cho­sen. Ses­sion cook­ies are not stored on your com­put­er for longer than nec­es­sary and are erased when you close your brows­er. The Swedish Post and Tele­com Author­i­ty (PTS), which is the rel­e­vant Swedish reg­u­la­to­ry author­i­ty, has pub­lished Q&As on cook­ies.

We use cookies!

This web­site uses cook­ies in order to make your vis­it to the web­site more pleas­ant and pro­vide access to the var­i­ous func­tions and types of infor­ma­tion available.

We also use third-par­ty cookies

We also use the ser­vice Google Remar­ket­ing in order to con­trol remar­ket­ing-adds in Google Dis­play Net­work (GDN) or to iden­ti­fy the sex and age of our vis­i­tors based on data from Google Analytics.

Google Ana­lyt­ics

The sta­tis­tics tool Google Ana­lyt­ics places a cook­ie on your com­put­er that gath­ers infor­ma­tion on how you use our web­site. We use this infor­ma­tion to see what con­tent our vis­i­tors find use­ful and to improve the func­tion­al­i­ty of the site. The Google Ana­lyt­ics cook­ie does not con­tain any infor­ma­tion on its own about who you are. We can­not iden­ti­fy you per­son­al­ly or your computer .

You can read more about Google’s Pri­va­cy Pol­i­cy which describes how your infor­ma­tion is used by Google:

About giv­ing or with­draw­ing your consent

If your brows­er is set to accept cook­ies you have auto­mat­i­cal­ly con­sent­ed to us plac­ing cook­ies on your com­put­er. You can with­draw your con­sent by chang­ing your web brows­er settings.

Turn­ing off cook­ies in your brows­er settings

Inter­net Explorer
Open the Tool menu, choose Inter­net options, go the the tab Pri­va­cy, under Set­tings select Advanced and turn the switch to change your settings.

Go to More > Set­tings. Choose View advanced set­tings, and change your set­tings under Pri­va­cy and ser­vices > Cook­ies. The option Block all cook­ies’ blocks all cook­ies any web­site is try­ing to save on your com­put­er. Block only third par­ty cook­ies’ blocks all cook­ies from third par­ties which are saved by exter­nal web ser­vices, such as embed­ded ads for web­sites you have visited.

Open the menu, select Pref­er­ences, go the the pan­el Pri­va­cy & Secu­ri­ty, and change how you want Fire­fox to store infor­ma­tion in the drop­down list.

Open the menu and go to Set­tings, Advanced and under Pri­va­cy & Secu­ri­ty’, click on Con­tent set­tings’. This is the tab where you change the set­tings for how Chrome man­ages cookies.

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