What is a cookie?
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They can have many different purposes and may be used to remember your preferences as well as keeping statistics about your site visit and other visitors.
Cookies that are required
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Cookies for your preferences
These types of cookies are needed to make sure that you get the best possible user experience on our website. These could be cookies which remember your page navigation, selected options or likewise. None of the information collected can assist in identifying you personally.
Cookies for optimization and continuous operation
These cookies are used to compile statistics about traffic to and from the site. This data can only identify you as a user to a limited extent. We will however never make use of this data in relation to individual users.
Among other things the data is collected for the use of Google Analytics, Metatraffic or other analysis programs. The information goes to the servers that may be located in both Denmark, Sweden and further abroad. Disable cookies collected by Google Analytics here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
How to reject cookies
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How to delete cookies
If you have previously accepted the cookies, you may also delete them. To do so you need to alter the settings of your browser again.
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