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A cookie is a small text file that the website you are visiting requests to store on your computer and contains information. We use cookies for, among other things, statistics, user customization and performance.

The law on electronic communications

According to the Electronic Communications Act (2003:389), anyone who visits a website that uses cookies must have access to information that the website contains cookies and why cookies are used. The visitor must also give their consent to the use of cookies.

About cookies

A cookie is a small text file that the website you are visiting requests to store on your computer and contains information. Cookies are used on many websites to give a visitor access to various features.

For more information about cookies and their impact on you and your browsing, visit the Post & Telecom Authority website.

How we use cookies on

On we use cookies. Two types of cookies are used:

  • One type is called a session cookie and is stored temporarily during your visit to the website. The cookie disappears when you close the browser.
  • The second type of cookie is stored on your computer for a longer period of time and is reused on your next visit to the website. You can delete these cookies from your browser.

Cookies are used, among other things, for

  • Statistics – cookies used to count the number of users and analyze traffic.
  • Login – cookies used to keep track of who is logged in from the visitor’s computer.
  • Personalization – cookies used to tailor the information to the visitor.
  • Consent – cookies used to manage the user’s consent to, for example, the use of cookies.
  • Protection – cookies that are used to protect the site owner or user against e.g. spam or abuse.
  • Performance – cookies used to make functions faster or reduce the load on systems.

Third party cookies and cookies from external functions

Third party cookies are cookies where the sender comes from a different domain than the one you are visiting. We use third-party cookies to compile visitor statistics, including through Google Analytics. The statistics are used to analyze how the website is used.

More information on Google Analytics.

When linking to external services such as YouTube, Facebook and X, cookies from these websites are set. For more information see the respective websites.


By using our website, you consent to the use of cookies on the website.

If you do not want cookies, you can set this in your browser. However, this may mean that you cannot access all the pages and functionality we have on or our subdomains.

You can set your browser to automatically refuse the storage of cookies or to inform you every time a website requests to store a cookie on your computer. You can also use your browser to delete previously stored cookies. See your browser’s help pages for more information.