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A cookie is a small text file which the website you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give visitors access to various functions. The information in the cookie can be used to monitor a user’s surfing within a specific site.
There are two types of cookies. The first saves a file for a long time on your computer. It is, for example, used for functions that tell you what is new since the user last visited the web site. The other type of cookies called session cookies. While you are surfing on a page, this cookie is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory to keep track of, for example, what language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored during a longer period on your computer, it disappear when you close your browser.
Post och Telestyrelsen, which is the regulatory authority, has published questions and answers about cookies.
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