Cookie Policy

All information published on the website is for informational purposes only, in order for visitors to be able to use the website. When a user visits a website, files are saved on the visitor’s computer; so-called cookies.

The following cookie files are used

Session cookies

That are only temporarily saved on the visitor’s computer, so that the website can be used without problems. When the visitor closes their browser, saving session cookies are also deleted.

Persistent cookies

These cookies are saved on the visitor’s computer and are not deleted. Persistent cookies are used in order to identify a returning visitor and sometimes also as a basis for statistics programs.


On the website, you as a visitor always have the right to choose whether you want to allow cookies to be stored on your computer as soon as you visit our website. You can choose to accept this by continuing to use the website once you have accessed it and the message has appeared.

Operation and optimization cookies

These are used for the operation of the website. This can be, for example, to obtain statistics on the number of visitors or other information for analysis. They are also used in connection with questionnaires. These cookies can collect information that can be attributed to the user.

Marketing cookies

These cookies are used for anonymous tracking on websites and in order to create profiles that show which searches each user has carried out and which pages they have visited. These cookies can store data that identifies the user or contains specific information about the user. 

Facebook cookies

These are used to display a “like” button and information about which of your Facebook friends like the page. Facebook provides further access to a tool for statistics, called Facebook Insights, which shows information regarding the use of Facebook.

We use Google Analytics to analyse how our users use the website. The data collected regarding your usage, such as traffic data and IP-address, are sent to and are stored by Google’s servers in the USA. You can opt out of cookies from Google Analytics here:

Block cookies

You can always block cookies on your computer by changing the settings on your browser. You can find these settings in different places, depending on which browser you use. However, please bear in mind that many functions and services will not work if you block cookies, as the website requires you to allow cookies in order for all of its functions to work.

Delete cookies

Cookies that you have previously accepted cannot be removed. If you are using a PC with a newer browser, you can easily delete cookies by using the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + Delete

If the keyboard shortcut does not work, and/or you are using a MAC, you should start by finding out which browser you are using and then click on the relevant link, which will guide you through how to delete cookies. 

– Internet Explorer / Edge

– Mozilla Firefox

– Google Chrome

– Opera

– Safari 

– Flash cookies (all browser)

– iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices

– Android phones