Processing of personal data and cookies

1. About personal data

Personal data which is collected through our website – – will be processed for the purpose of providing information and services which you have requested and for follow-up. Pandox AB (publ), reg. no. 556030-7885, ("Pandox") is the controller of personal data for the processing of personal data on the website. Pandox does not assume any liability for compliance with privacy protection on external websites to which this website might contain links.

Each data subject is entitled to correction of erroneous, incomplete, or misleading data and is entitled to receive information regarding the processing, free of charge, once each year following a written request for such information. The address for sending any such request, as well as for other enquiries regarding Pandox's processing of personal data, is Pandox AB (publ), Box 15, 101 20 Stockholm, +46 (0)8 506 205 50 or

Pandox takes all suitable technical and organisational security measures which are necessary to protect the personal data which is processed. Pandox also complies with all requirements and conditions which follow from the Swedish Personal Data Act. The personal data will not be transferred and/or processed in a third country (i.e. a country outside of the EU/EEA). The data may be processed by a third party in order to administer or provide a relevant service or information.

2. About cookies

The website uses cookies to improve your user experience and to collect statistics.

A cookie is a small text file which the website you are visiting asks to save on your computer. When the visitor subsequently visits the website, it can also be retrieved from the visitor's device – this may be a computer, mobile telephone, or tablet. The cookie is saved in connection with the files which are used by the internet browser. The IP address on your device cannot be linked with the information which is retrieved by the cookie and thus the visitor is entirely anonymous.

The Swedish Electronic Communications Act provides that cookies may only be used with the user's consent. You personally select whether or not you want to accept cookies. Most internet browsers accept cookies automatically. If you do not want cookies to retrieve information from your session, you can choose to shut them off. You can do so via the settings for your internet browser. If you delete all cookies, certain functions on the website may stop working. However, you can always remove the cookies which are used for statistics and the website will continue to work. If your internet browser or a corresponding app which connects you to the internet is set to allow cookies when you visit the website, you are thereby deemed to have granted your consent to such use.

For more information regarding cookies, please visit PTS's website.

2.1 Cookies on the website

There are different types of cookies: cookies which are saved for a specific amount of time on the user's computer and session cookies.

We use the first type of cookies to collect visitor statistics. They save information for a longer period of time on your computer after the internet browser is closed and they are used to maintain statistics regarding what visitors do on our website. We collect statistics by using Google Analytics, an internet analysis service from Google. This means that data from many of our cookies is stored on servers which are owned by Google. Information which is collected includes, for example, where the visitor comes from, how long the visitor is on the website, and which pages are visited. The information helps us evaluate how our users use the website and how we can improve it. Google cannot tie the visitor's IP address to data in Google's possession. The user can opt out of statistics cookies without affecting the functions of the website.

We also use a session cookie which temporarily stores information to improve your user experience. Session cookies are automatically deleted after the internet browser has been closed and are used to optimise loading and caching of websites on your device.

2.2 Specific cookies

The following cookies are used on Pandox's website.

Statistics cookies

Statistics cookies measure visitor statistics on the website:

__utma  Google Analytics Stored for 2 years
__utmb Google Analytics Stored for 30 minutes
__utmc Google Analytics Stored until the session is closed
__utmt Google Analytics Stored for 10 minutes
__utmz Google Analytics Stored for 6 months


Session cookies

Session cookies are temporary and disappear when you close your internet browser: