A cookie is a text-based data file that websites store on your computer so that they can recognise your computer the next time you visit the website. A cookie file is passive and cannot spread computer viruses or other malware.
There are two types of cookies, permanent cookies and session cookies.
Permanent cookies retain a file for a longer period primarily to match the website with your browsing habits. For example, when we carry out user surveys, this type of cookie is stored on your computer so that you will only be asked once if you want to participate in the survey.
Session cookies are only stored temporarily and disappear when you close your browser. These cookies send files between your computer and a server to collect the information needed during your visit.
Pågen uses anonymised IP addresses. This means that information about a specific user's IP address is not stored. However, the information about the IP address is still available in the browser when the user interacts with the site.
For more information about cookies and how you can manage them, see the Swedish Postal and Telecom Agency's website: https://www.pts.se/en/private2/internet/integritet/qa-about-cookies-for-users/. The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency is the authority that monitors the areas of electronic communication and mail in Sweden.
How can you delete cookies that have already been stored?
If you are using a PC and an updated version of your browser and wish to delete cookies already stored, press CTRL, SHIFT and DELETE simultaneously. If you are using a Mac, press ⌘ and , to delete cookies.
If you have any further questions about cookies and Pågen's use of them, please contact us at:
Tel. +46 (0) 40 32 36 00
Pågen AB, Box 8143, SE-200 41 Malmö, Sweden