Information about cookies

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We use various types of cookies on our website. Here you can read about cookies, and how you as user can determine what information is stored using the cookies.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small data file that is stored on your computer and contains information about your visit to our website.

How cookies are used

The cookies are used for website statistics. The statistics help us to understand how the website is used, and how we can make it better for our visitors. We also measure visitor flows between the website and other digital services and websites provided by the Swedish Research Council. We analyse the website statistics using the tool Google Analytics.

There are also cookies that store settings you have made yourself on the website.

You can turn cookies off

You can choose to turn off the feature that stores cookies in your browser. If you do this, no cookies will be stored, but you will also not be able to use certain features on the website. You can also delete your browser’s cookie history later.

You can search on the internet for instructions about how to

  • turn cookies off
  • check what cookies are already stored on your computer
  • delete stored cookies in your browser

 

The use of cookies in tidningencurie.se

 

Cookie            Purpose                              Third-party Provider

_ga                    Web analytics                         Yes                    Google Analytics

_gat                   Web analytics                        Yes                    Google Analytics

_gid                   Web analytics                        Yes                    Google Analytics

pll_language     Stores language prefer.      Yes                   PolyLang

wp-settings       Customizes the view            No                     WordPress

wordpress_       Checks if cookies enabled  No                    WordPress
test_cookie

pum-20037       Controls display of popup  Yes                  PopUpMaker

Cookie-              Cookies that handle your    Yes              CookieLawInfo
lawinfo               choice of cookies