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How cookies are managed

1. General information about cookies

The websites and use cookies to improve your user experience and to collect and analyse statistics. In section 3.3 below, you will find a summary of cookies together with a specification of its purpose and storage time.

A cookie is a small text file which the website you are visiting asks to save on your device. 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.

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

2. Legal basis

The Swedish Electronic Communications Act provides that cookies which are not necessary cookies may only be used with the user's consent. When you visit the websites or, you are asked to consent to the use of cookies on the relevant website. However, you can choose to automatically limit certain types of cookies, in advance, by changing the settings of your browser. If you choose to automatically reject all types of cookies, even necessary cookies, some features on the website may stop working. However, you can always continue to navigate on the websites without giving your consent or denying the use of cookies when the consent box is displayed and then only the necessary functionality cookies are placed.

Pandox processes information collected through necessary cookies based on a weighing of interests, where Pandox's interest in maintaining the on the websites overrides the visitor's interest in not having the information processed.

You can always revoke a given consent or change your selection afterwards. For the websites and, you can see which selection you have agreed to under the heading 3.3.1 "Cookies on Pandox website". Under the specified heading, you can also revoke your consent or change your selection afterwards. You can always delete the cookies that are placed afterwards by deleting previously stored cookies in your browser. For more information, please see the browser's help page.

3. Cookies on the website

3.1 General information about cookies on the website.

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

Pandox uses both cookies that are stored for a certain period of time and session cookies. Cookies that are stored for a certain period of time store information on your device until the expiry date, or when you delete cookies from your browser. This also applies if the browser is closed. Cookies that are stored for a certain period of time are used to keep statistics about what visitors do on our website and to remember that a user has chosen to remain logged in.

Session cookies store information temporarily to improve your user experience and for statistical purposes. Session cookies are automatically deleted after the browser has been closed and are also used to optimise the loading and caching of websites on your device.

We use functional cookies from Cookiebot to provide functions and content regarding cookies on the website. We also use preference cookies from the website's CMS and Cookiebot to remember preferences and choices made by visitors to the website.

To collect statistics, we use Google Analytics and Hotjar. Google Analytics is a web analytics service from Google. Google Analytics anonymises the information collected by deleting the last digits of the visitor's IP address before storing. This means that only anonymised data from some of our cookies is stored on servers owned by Google. Hotjar collects anonymous user data stored in Ireland. The statistics help us to evaluate and analyze how our visitors use the website and how we can improve it. Statistics cookies can be removed without affecting the website's functions. The statistics help us to evaluate and analyse how our visitors use the website and how we can improve it. Statistics cookies can be rejected without affecting the website's functions.

3.2 What information is collected?

Google Analytics collects anonymous user statistics, such as which pages are most visited and how long visitors stay on the site on average. The statistics are aggregated and individual visitors cannot be distinguished. Hotjar collects anonymized web statistics, for example how far visitors scroll on a page, where they click and can reproduce anonymized website visits. Cookiebot remembers visitors' choice of cookies to ensure that the correct cookies are set during the visit. The website's CMS collects the status of the menu to display the same status, e.g. that the menu is open when visitors switch between pages.

3.3 Summary of cookies, purposes and storage time

4. Transfers of data to third countries

Pandox can transfer data to suppliers in a third country outside the EU / EEA. If a transfer to a third country takes place where personal data is processed, Pandox will ensure that appropriate safeguards have been taken and provide the data subject with relevant information. Such appropriate measures may, for example, be to ensure that the parties (e.g. data exporter and data importer) enter into the European Commission's Standard Contractual Clauses and uses additional security measures such as encryption. Pandox ensures that all transfers to third parties and third countries are made in accordance with applicable data protection laws.

5. Categories of recipients

Your information will be transferred to subcontractors and others who, on behalf of Pandox, perform services in connection with the fulfillment of the purposes of the processing of cookies. When placing third-party cookies, data may be processed by Pandox's partners who may process the data for their own purposes.

6. Additional information

For further information on how Pandox processes your personal data, Pandox contact information and what rights you have as a data subject, see Pandox Privacy Policy.