A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on the visitor's computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give a visitor access to various functions. The information in a cookie can also be used to track a user's browsing of websites that use the same cookie.
Do I have to allow cookies?
If you want to use the web but do not want any cookies to be saved on your computer when you close your browser, you can visit the page in private mode. This mode is called different things depending on your browser:
"Incognito Window" (Chrome), "Private Window" (Firefox) or "InPrivate Window" (Microsoft Edge). All cookies set during the visit in private mode are then deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
The information about logging in to "my pages" is stored in a so-called session cookie and is therefore deleted when you close your browser. Our other cookies do not store information to identify you.
Third Party Cookies
We use Google Analytics and Ads which also set cookies, this to get an idea of how our visitors use the website and for our marketing. These cookies also do not contain identifying information about who you as the visitor are.
Our social media connections with AddThis for, for example, Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Instagram also set cookies. These cookies also do not contain identifying information about who you as the visitor are.