Cookies

 

The website contains so-called cookies. A cookie is a small text file with information that the website saves on your computer.

 

If you do not want to use cookies, you can choose not to accept cookies in your browser. If you do, you may not be able to use all the features available on this website.

How we use cookies

Visit Skokloster uses cookies to improve the website for the visitor. Among other things, we collect anonymous statistics. No personal information, such as e-mail or name, is saved about the visitor.

On 25 July 2003, the Electronic Communications Act entered into force. According to it, we must inform about:

  • that the website contains cookies,

  • what these cookies are used for and

  • how cookies can be avoided.
     

There are two types of cookies

A permanent cookie remains on your computer for a specified period of time. It is used, for example, for features that tell you what's new since you last visited the website. It can also be used to remember if you made adjustments. It could be, for example, remembering which language you chose.

A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer's memory while you are on a web page. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.

Turn off the cookie function

If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can turn off cookies in your browser's security settings.