What exactly is a cookie?
A cookie can be several things. In this context, a small text file is stored on your computer when you visit a web page. The file is used to store information about which pages you have visited and what you have done there. That way we can make the website better. Do you accept that? Then just continue to use the site as normal.
Who sees the information?
SSN has an agreement with companies that compile online statistics for us in line with the Personal Data Act. This applies, for example, to information you give us in forms you submit.
In SSN we use these cookies (10.06.2020):
- _ga and _gat, which are used as part of Google Analytics. These cookies do not store any personal information and are only used to distinguish between unique users.
- CorePublishSession, contains a reference ID for a session file on the web server. Will for anonymous users does not contain personal data, but can be used for intermediate storage of screen data and search texts. The cookie is automatically deleted no later than 15 minutes after the user has been inactive / closed the website.
How do I turn off cookies?
You can read more about how to change settings and deactivate cookies on the browsers' own websites.