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Information about your visit to the website is stored on your hard disk in the form of a cookie.

A cookie is a text file that is sent to your browser from a web server (eg from Thyregod's website) and stored on your computer's hard drive. You can set your browser to inform you when you receive a cookie, or you can choose to disable cookies completely.

If you choose cookies completely, there will also be a number of other services on the website that you cannot use.

Thyregod uses cookies for:
• To recognize you from visits to visits
• Allowing you to use the "Save my latest information" feature.
• Only show you pop ups with explanatory text you haven't seen before.
• In connection with competitions where it is only allowed to participate once for each person
• To collect traffic sources statistics and visits to to make more responsive
• To conduct questionnaire surveys to improve customer satisfaction

Thyregod uses various solutions to improve the website, and these also use cookies to function. None of the solutions store personal or personal information. You can read more about solutions on this page.

According to the Executive Order on cookies, we must obtain consent to all cookies that are not technically necessary to search and find information on - This means that you, as a user, accept the use of cookies described on this page and have the choice to block and discard the use of these cookies.

Here is an overview of which solutions Thyregod uses to improve the user experience and better serve our customers.

Cookies used on At we use cookies to improve our content and structure by looking at statistics for which pages are visited, so we discover content that may be difficult to find and make it easier for users to find. Everything is anonymous and we cannot link data collected via cookies with other information about you.

Web analytics cookies To continuously improve Thyregod's web pages, anonymized statistics are collected with a web analytics tool, Google Analytics, which stores cookies with an anonymously randomly generated user number. The purpose of cookies is to count the number of visits from different browsers / computers. Google Analytics also stores cookies with information about the traffic source for a visit. All Google analytics cookies have a name that includes 'UTM' and you can see the full description of Google Analytics cookies here - (in English)

You can opt out of using Google Analytics Cookies here

Online Marketing Cookies Thyregod regularly publishes advertisements on the Internet and it is also measured with cookies so that Thyregod and our media agency can count the number of clicks, visits and the effect on advertising on the Internet. Thyregod uses an Ad serving solution called Google Doubleclick. This solution puts an anonymous cookie on visits to selected places on Thyregod's websites and when there are displayed and clicked on Thyregod's banners on the Internet. All data stored is anonymous. You can control and deselect how you would accept or reject these cookies via Google's privacy tools found on this site (in English)

Cookies for testing different content Thyregod would like to know if the changes we make to our websites actually make it easier to be a customer and visitor. We can investigate this by letting some of the visitors see a variation of a web page, but another part looks at the page without change. From here, with a test solution, we can see which version of the web page meets our user-friendliness requirements. Thyregod uses a solution that includes Visual website Optimizer that stores cookies that can be seen on this list (in English).

How to block or delete cookies We hope you want to accept the use of cookies on Thyregod's websites so that we can provide you with the best possible service.

If you still do not want to receive cookies, you can delete cookies in your web browser.

Background for accepting cookies In 2011, new rules for the use of cookies and how users must accept this use were introduced - here you can read the full order on cookies: Cookie Executive Order

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