Cookies

The Swedish Internet Foundation's website uses cookies that are stored on the visitor's computer temporarily or for a longer period of time. The cookies are used partly to improve the functionality of the website and partly to generate visitor statistics, for example.

A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer. The information in the file is used, for example, to facilitate the use of the site. There are different types of cakes. A permanent cookie remains on the visitor's computer for a specified time. A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer's memory while a visitor is on a web page. Session cookies will disappear when you close your browser.

The Swedish Internet Foundation's websites use cookies to improve the functionality of the websites and partly to generate visitor statistics. The Swedish Internet Foundation does not store cookies longer then necessary to fulfill these purposes. When collecting visitor statistics, the visitor's IP address is anonymized by AnonymizeIP.

In addition to the cookies created by The Swedish Internet Foundation itself, cookies can be created by other services, such as Google, Youtube, Facebook and Twitter, that we use on our sites (third party cookies).

Cookies used at internetstiftelsen.se

CookieUseTime stored
internetstiftelsen-cookie-consent Cookie that keeps track of your accepted cookies. 1 year
ReadSpeakerSettings Is stored if you are using the reading service. Is used to save your settings. 2 years
_rspkrLoadCoreIs used to make the reading service work. Is stored when you click on the listen button and is deleted when you close the browser. Until you close the browser
_ga  Set by Google Analytics to identify web browsers. 2 years
_gid Used to identify one browser per day. 24 hours
_gat Used for web browsers not to send false page views. 1 minute
Google, Youtube, Facebook et al third partyCookies outside The Swedish Internet Foundation's control can also be created by, for example, these services. Read more about how Google use cookies. 

Turn off all cookies

Anyone who does not want to accept cookies can set their browser so it automatically refuses to store cookies or informs the user every time a site requests to store cookies. By using browser functions, previously stored cookies can usually also be deleted.