Information about cookies on Epsilon.nu
This website contains cookies. According to the Swedish law on electronic communication that came into force on 25 July 2003, everyone visiting a website containing cookies shall receive information about:
- the website contains cookies,
- what these cookies are used for, and
- how to avoid cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are used on Epsilon’s web pages. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the visitor’s computer and contains text information. Cookies are used for certain functions which improve the website for users or give us statistics about how people use the site. The statistics can only be read as figures and cannot be connected to a subscription or person. We do not save any personal information via cookies, and information about the visitor cannot be saved by Epsilon via cookies. A cookie cannot start a program.
Different types of cookies
Epsilon’s web pages use three types of cookies. The first type permanently saves a file on the visitor’s computer and gives us statistics about how many visitors are on our website and which web browser they are using. The. Statistics can only be read as numbers. The information is used to develop the performance of our website. The second type of cookies are called session cookies. When a visitor is surfing around a web page, this type of cookie is sent between the visitor’s computer and the server for us to copy information, such as what settings the user has chosen on the web page. Session cookies are not permanently stored on the visitor’s computer, they disappear when you close your browser. The third type of cookie is a statistical cookie which lets us know how many visitors each web page has received.
Accept or decline cookies
Every visitor can whether they want to accept cookies or not. Most web browsers (like Internet Explorer and Firefox) automatically accept cookies but you can change the settings so that they don’t accept them, or give the visitor a choice as to whether they want to accept them or not. If the cookie function is switched off you will not be able to fully use the web and Epsilon’s many services.
Block all cookies
Most web browsers give you the opportunity to block all cookies.
This is how you block cookies:
- Select tools > Internet-alternative.
- Select the secrecy tab.
- Move the curser upwards until it shows "block all cookies"..
- Press OK.
You’ll find more information about how to change settings for cookies in other web browsers in the help menu in the web browser. If you require more information about cookies from Epsilon without using the website, please contact us using email@example.com.