Disclaimer

Elmzell's web pages contain information mainly about Swedish law and Elmzell's legal services within Sweden. The information on these webpages are intended for general information purposes only and the information may not be completely updated or correctly reproduced. Nothing in these pages constitutes legal advice and shall not be used as such by the usor. Always consult one of our qualified lawyer on any specific legal problem or matter. Unauthorized use of the information on these web pages is made on the user's own risk and responsibility. Distribution, reproduction and re-sending of information on these web pages demands prior authorization from Elmzell or else prohibited. Elmzell accepts no liability for any information/material or the access to any information/material on other sites with links to or from Elmzell's web pages.

Cookies

25 July 2003 a new act on electronic communication was introduced in Sweden. The act on electronic communication contains inter alia provisions regarding the usage of "cookies" on web sites on the Internet. According to the act, the user must be informed of which type of cookie is used on the web site and how that cookie works. The user must also be given opportunity to refuse the usage of cookies on the web site.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file, which contains information and is stored on the user's computer while visiting a web site. There are two types of cookies. One is permanent and is stored permanently on the user's computer even after the user has left the web site in question and turns of the web browser. The other cookie is a so called "session cookie" and is stored on the user's computer during the Internet session. When the user turns of the web browser, the session cookie will be removed from the user's computer.

Technically, the cookies are used to maintain the communication and exchange of information between the user's computer and the server, on which the web site is located.

Elmzell's web site

Elmzell's web site uses session cookies, i.e. temporary textfiles. These files will be removed from the user's computer as the user turns of the web browser. If the user refuses the usage of session cookies, the user can set the web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator) not to accept cookies.