Cookie files

Cookies are small text files stored on the visitor's computer, which makes it possible to track what the visitor does on the site, and to save personal settings.

We use cookies, for example, for gathering statistics, to offer opportunities to share the content and for those parts of the site that require login. If you do not log in, you do not need to have cookies enabled in your browser for the site to work.

We have chosen not to create a separate feature for active consent to using cookies on

Visitor statistics

In order to get a good basis for our work with continuous improvements and to understand how the site is used, we need to collect statistics about each visit.

Via cookies from the tool Google Analytics, we can receive data on the number of visits, the duration of visits and how visitors navigate the site.

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The tool Siteimprove is also used on to collect visitor statistics. The tool puts some single cookies.

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On, session cookies (JSESSIONID) are used for the parts of the site that requires authentication, to identify authenticated users and give the correct permissions. This only affects those working with the content of the website.

Not accepting cookies

If you do not accept the use of cookies in your browser, you can adjust your browser's security settings. You can choose to either not receive any cookies at all, or to be asked a question every time a site tries to place a cookie on your computer.

In the browser settings you can also delete previously stored cookies. See the browser's help pages for more information.