When you visit the EGDI website, a cookie will be set on your computer, which is used for statistics. It allows us to get an overview of how many people visit the different parts of our website, and this gives us an idea of whether the content is relevant and easy to find.
The first time you visit the EGDI website you will see a cookie warning containing information about cookies for statistics. If you click on the link ”Don’t accept” cookies we do not collect statistics about your visit.
Cookies from other website
At the EGDI website we use content from other websites, and this means that you as user of the EGDI website may experience that other websites sets cookies on your computer, when you visit pages, where their content is shown.
We do not use information from third-party cookies.
If you do not want these cookies on your computer, you can click “No thanks to cookies”. You can still use the EGDI website without accepting cookies from other websites, but this may mean that the content from them is not displayed correctly.
In addition to cookies for statistics and special functionality, a session cookie will always be set, enabling the website system to work. If you wish to completely avoid cookies, when you visit the EGDI website, you must disable cookies in your browser.
Cookies used on this site
|Nmstat||We use tracking cookies from Siteimprove, the purpose of which is to monitor how the website is visited and to generate statistics of how users navigate the website etc.
The generated data are stored in anonymous form on the server.
|Cookies expire after three years. After that, most web browsers will automatically delete them. You may at any time delete cookies from your browser without affecting the functionality of the website.|
|Session cookies||Session cookies are automatically set by the website and are used for keeping your session consistent when you navigate the site.
The cookie is purely technical and is used by the http protocol.
|A user’s session cookie for a website is located in the temporary memory, and only while the user reads and navigates the website.
Most web browsers automatically delete cookies when the web browser is closed or the session is terminated.