Cookiepolicy Insatt

Insatt AB uses cookies on the website www.insatt.com to optimise your experience.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file with information stored on your computer when you visit a website (or on a corresponding device with internet connection such as a tablet or mobile phone). Cookies are used to help make webpages work more efficiently but also to provide certain information to the owner of a website. For example, they may deal with language choices or other preferences saved to facilitate the website visitor’s next visit. Cookies make it possible to distinguish different users from each other, which in turn may provide each user a more positive experience of the site.

Types of cookies

There are two types of cookies, permanent cookies and session cookies. Both of these cookies are used on the Insatt website. Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer for a certain amount of time, until you on the website itself or the server that sent them erases them. Session cookies are stored temporarily while you are browsing a webpage, and is removed when you close the browser.

We use cookies to make the use of the website easier, as well as to customize the user's experience. However, the information collected through cookies does not contain any personal information but is used to determine visitors' patterns regarding the use of our web services. As for behaviour on Insatt.com, IP addresses are not stored in our databases. As a website visitor, information about you is never possible to be linked with your identity.

Insatt.com also has cookies for calculating and reporting user numbers and traffic. We also use so-called third-party cookies from other companies to conduct market research and traffic measurements.

On Insatt’s website, content and sharing tools may be embedded from social networks, such as LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram. These suppliers may, in turn, use cookies on Insatt's website. Insatt has no access to, and cannot control, these cookies or the personal data and information that may be collected. Therefore, you need to check these providers' websites to get additional information about how they handle cookies, what information they collect and how to delete and block them.

Erasing and blocking of cookies

Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but through settings in your browser you can block and delete cookies. How this is done is different between different browsers and you can read more about the instructions of the browser or in the help function found in most browsers. More information on how to manage and remove cookies is also available at www.aboutcookies.org.