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What are cookies used for on this website?
Cookies are used for some functions that improves the Websites for the user as well as they may provide us with statistics about the use of the Websites. A cookie cannot start applications.
Different types of cookies
The Websites uses session cookies and persistent cookies with a certain duration. Meanwhile a visitor is browsing a website, cookies are sent between the visitor's computer and a server in order to link information, for example about which presets the visitor has selected on the Website. Session cookies are not permanently stored on your computer (or other device that uses the Internet), but disappear when your web browser is closed. Persistent cookies are permanently stored on your computer (or other device that uses the Internet), but always have a certain duration that is set when they are created. After the expiration of the duration period, the persistent cookies are automatically deleted and they may also be deleted at any time via the web browser.
The website also uses persistent third-party cookies from Google Analytics (http://www.google.com/analytics/), and stores, where appropriate, cookies for those who log on the Websites with administrator privileges.
Please see below information about the specific cookies we use.
Session cookie-PHPSESSID-No, the cookie is deleted at the end of the session and Identifies the session in PHP. The cookie is only used to communicate with PHP in order to retrieve data from the database
Third party cookie for Google Analytics-_ga-Yes, but expires after 2 years. The cookie is used to distinguish different visitors / sessions in Google Analytics.Please see the below specified links for information about how cookies are used in Google Analytics
Third party cookie for Google Analytics-_gat-Yes, but expires after 10 minutes. The cookie is used to balance communications with Google Analytics. Please see the below specified links for information about how cookies are used in Google Analytics
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