About cookies on irf.se
Cookies are small text files stored on the visitor’s computer (or other internet-enabled devices, such as smartphones or tablets). Cookies are used, for example, to give the visitor access to functions such as login to e-services, ordering of information material, choice of language, reading and for visitor statistics.
Some cookies are necessary for irf.se to work. They have already been temporarily saved on your computer, but disappear when you close your browser. If you refuse the other cookies, the functionality of the website may be affected. The cookies we use are for function and statistics on how the website pages are used, no personal data is collected.
According to the Electronic Communications Act (2003: 389), anyone who visits a website with cookies should be informed that the website contains cookies, what they are used for and how cookies can be avoided. It is also stipulated that you who visit a website actively approve that the website saves cookies on your computer.
Irf.se uses two types of cookies:
- One type saves a file that is left on the visitor’s computer. It is used, for example, to be able to customize a website according to the visitor’s wishes, choices and interests.
- The second type is called session cookie. While a visitor is on a web page, it is temporarily stored in the visitor’s computer memory. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser. No personal information, such as email or name, is stored about you.
Third-part cookies may appear on the IRF website. YouTube embedded videos can collect information about the use of the films (play, pause, stop, etc.) through cookies. However, no personal information is shared or distributed through these cookies.
If you do not want to allow cookies
If your browser supports a so-called “incognito mode” or “private mode”, you can enable it to automatically delete all cookies every time you close your browser. See your browser’s help pages for more information on these features.
More information about cookies
General information about cookies and the law on electronic communication can be found on the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency’s website. There you can also read more about what the Electronic Communications Act means, https://pts.se.