Law & Security
According to the Electronic Communications Act, anyone who visits a cookies website must get information about:
- that the site contains cookies
- what these cakes are used to
- how to avoid cakes as well
There are two types of cookies. The one type of permanent cookie saves a file for a long time on the visitor's computer. For example, it uses features that tell you what's new since you last visited the current site. The second type, temporary cookie, is only used for the time you visit the site and automatically disappears when you close your web browser.
On our site there are also so-called third-party cookies, which are cookies by external parties that we hire to measure, for example, the visitors to our site and evaluate traffic.
The cookies make our web server recognize you and automatically retrieve the information you previously registered so you will not need to enter them again, which is timesaving for you as a visitor and provides increased functionality.
Cookies are also used to support your experience on the website, for example, by saving settings you selected or displaying custom information.
Using cookies also makes it easier for us to learn more about our visitors' needs. They provide us with statistics that we can measure and use to improve our websites.
We never save any personal information about you.
If you want to avoid cookies
You can choose whether you want to accept cookies on your computer or not. If you do not want to receive them, you can make a setting on your computer that automatically makes your browser unsuccessful to cookies or choose to be notified each time a site requests to save one.
You can also manually delete cookies from your hard drive at any time. How to make these settings, please refer to your browser's help pages.
To use Excedo Networks AB online portals, you must allow temporary cookies to be used.
These provisions may from time to time be amended to comply with statutory requirements and practices for cookies.