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Cookies

Cookies


It is possible for you to make settings on your computer that prevent Fondberg & Wincent and our content providers from placing cookies on your computer.

WHAT ARE COOKIES?

A cookie is a small amount of data that usually has a unique stamp on it. This data is sent from a website computer to your browser and stored there, on your hard drive, so that the site can recognize your computer. All sites can send cookies to your browser if your browser settings allow. In order for this information not to be misused, websites may only read information from cookies saved by themselves and not any cookies stored by other websites.

There are two types of cookies, permanent and temporary (sessionscookies). Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer for a long period of time. Session cookies are temporarily placed on your computer when you visit a website, but disappear when you close down, meaning they are not permanently saved on your computer. Most companies use cookies on their websites to improve usability and cookies can not harm your files or increase the risk of viruses on your computer.

As a user, you have the option of setting cookies to be automatically saved in your browser, if you want to be prompted each time a cookie is to be saved or if you do not want cookies to be saved. Cookies are used on many websites, not just Fondberg & Wincent, to keep track of whether the browser has visited the site before and what choices have been made. A check is made on each visit to the site if cookies are stored in the browser or not. If there are no stored cookies from the site, the browser saves the cookies on the site.

Further information about cookies can be found on the National Post and Telecom Agency's website in sweden, www.pts.se.

Find and remove cookies:

All browsers are different. Check the help feature of your browser for information on changing the cookie settings. You can delete all cookies from your hard drive yourself. This will be done in your browser settings.

To change cookie settings you in Internet Explorer 11:

Click the gear (or Tools in the menu). Select Internet Options. Select the Privacy tab. Set how you want your browser to manage cookies and click OK.

If you want to delete your cookies, click the gear (or Tools in the menu) and select Security and then Remove Web History ...

 Here's how to change cookie settings in Chrome:

Click the menu icon in the upper right corner. Select Settings. Click View Advanced Settings. Click the Content Settings button ... under the heading Privacy. Set how you want your web browser to manage cookies and click Done.

If you want to delete your cookies, click the menu icon and select Tools and then Remove Web Information ...

For other versions and browsers, you can search information on the relevant software vendors website.

Here's how to change cookie settings in Safari:

To block cookies in iOS 8 or later: Tap Settings, Safari, Block Cookies, and select any of the following: Always Block, Allow Only From Current Website, Allow From Websites I Visit, or Allow Always. In iOS 7 or earlier, choose between Never, Third Party and Advertisers, or Always.

Here's how to change cookie settings in Firefox:

To clear cookies:

- Go to Settings in Firefox and go to the Privacy & Security tab.

- Under the History tab, press the "Show Cookies" button.

- Select "Delete All" to clear all cookies from your computer.

To block cookies on all sites:

- Go to Settings in Firefox and go to the Privacy & Security panel.

- Under the History tab, there is a scroll bar: "Firefox will:". Select "Use custom history settings".

- Uncheck "Allow Website Stores Cakes".

To clear your cache:

- Go to Settings in Firefox and go to the Privacy & Security tab.

- Under the heading Cached Web Content, click Clear Now.

Cookies and local storage

These tools are or may be current, no unlisted tools are used.

Adobe TagManager: A cookie used to measure recurring visitors as well as how visitors navigate the site

New Relic: A cookie used to increase understanding of how the visitor experiences our site.

Omniture (Adobe Analytics): A cookie used to study how visitors use the site

Crazy Egg: Analysis tool to see where visitors click on the site.

Google Analytics: Meets the number of visitors