Information about cookies on wihlborgs.se/en
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file with information that the website you are visiting requests to save on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Cookie use is common, and the method is utilised by almost all websites to provide visitors with various functions and to improve the user experience. The information contained in the cookie can be used to follow the surfing habits of users.
What types of cookies do we use on wihlborgs.se/en?
We use three types of cookies on our website; session cookies, performance cookies and third-party cookies.
These cookies are needed to help you as a user to utilise the functions offered on our website. Session cookies are stored temporarily during the time a user is visiting our website. A session cookie is not stored for any length of time on your computer, but disappears when the browser is closed or when a user has been inactive for some time.
Performance cookies help us to understand how our website visitors use our site so we can continuously improve and further develop the website and provide as smooth an experience as possible. The amount of time a cookie is stored on your device depends on the duration of the specific cookie and your browser settings.
We use third-party cookies to register web statistics for our website, which enables us to improve our website. As the name suggests, the cookie is stored on your computer by a third party — not our website — and these cookies therefore belong to a domain other than our own. The amount of time a cookie is stored on your device depends on the duration of the specific cookie and your browser settings.
You can decide yourself whether you wish to accept cookies or not. As a user, you must decline cookies once per browser. If you wish, you can limit, block or delete cookies by changing your browser settings, though this may mean the website does not function correctly.
Individual cookies used on wihlborgs.se/en
We use the web analysis tool Google Analytics to understand and interpret user behaviour and subsequently strive to enhance the user experience of the website. Google Analytics stores no personal information about you as a visitor and can neither identify you as an individual nor your computer. The information collected is never stored for longer than 38 months.
We use session cookies during an individual http session, not to store information about users between sessions. These cookies are necessary for you to navigate the site.
We use this cookie for connections to LinkedIn, and to enable you as a user to share content to LinkedIn.
This cookie remembers search filters so we know which users have accepted cookies. This means that you as a user do not need to approve cookies on every page you visit.