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Cookiepolicy

Cookiepolicy

The Care of Sweden website uses cookies. In accordance with applicable legal requirements for electronic communications, whoever visits our website must be informed that the website contains cookies, the purpose for which they are used, and how they can be blocked.

Cookies are small files that are stored on your hard drive to ensure that the website functions as intended in your web browser. Cookies are also used to collect statistical data on web traffic and visitor behaviour when viewing our website. The cookies on our website are referred to as ‘session cookies’. They save information about previous visits to the website, and their purpose is to enhance website performance and loading, and to any save selections you may have made. This is what is saved when you open your browsing history. For example, the website will remember when you add a product to the shopping cart and close the page. The product will appear in your shopping cart if you visit the site the following day.

Below you’ll find a list of companies whose services Care of Sweden are using for digital marketing. At their website you can read how they work with advertising.

Facebook

Adobe

Google

YouTube

DreamBroker

Lime Newsletter

On our websites, anonymised data is processed with Google Analytics and/or by another third-party service provider for the sole purpose of collecting statistics. If you do not consent to your data being collected by Google Analytics, you can disable this function by clicking here.

You can also visit the service provider’s website for more information.

If you do not want cookies, plug-ins, or similar to be downloaded onto your device, you can block these in your browser settings. Note that most web browsers accept cookies automatically. If you choose to block cookies and plug-ins, you will still be able to use our websites, but we cannot guarantee that they will function properly.

We may update this policy when needed. This version was last updated February 24rd 2021.