Last updated: 9/12-2022

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How we use cookies uses cookies to improve the visitor's experience of the website. This includes collecting anonymous statistics. No personal information about the visitor, such as email addresses or names, is saved.

The Act on Electronic Communication entered into force on 25 July 2003. Under this act we have to inform the visitor:

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  • what these cookies are used for, and
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Turning off the cookie function

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Cookies and media players

There are videos on the website which are owned by, and these are set not to use cookies. There are also videos from other agencies and organisations, and these may have cookies activated.

Cookies are used for various purposes in media players. They may be functional cookies, cookies for increased security, cookies for analysing use and cookies for advertising and for personalising the user’s experience. Examples of information that cookies may collect include:

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  • your language settings
  • what website you were visiting when you opened the video.

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