What is a cookie?
As many other sites, Fojo’s website use so called cookies. A cookie is a file that makes it possible to identify you as a visitor to the site. Cookies contains no contact information such as name, address, etc. The cookie is saved in the device (such as mobile, tablet or PC) that you use to enable the website to recognize you the next time you visit the site.
Every time you visit a website where you once got a cookie, your browser sends to it automatically. The cookie allows the computer will be recognized. This way you save time while browsing.
To read more about what cookies are, there is information from The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) here.
Based cookies collect Fojo the overall information about the number of web visitors, pages visited, the time spent, etc. The statistics are very valuable to us as it partly shows how much interest there is for the work we are doing, and what is interesting and readable on the site.
The statistics are analyzed in a comprehensive plan and we do not track individuals’ actions inside the website.
We do not share any information about our visitors.
How do I turn off cookies?
You can choose how to handle cookies in the software you are using to browse the Internet. In most browsers, you can decide which sites you want to accept cookies from. Normally, you can also choose to disable cookies from all sites. Read how to do it in the help section of your browser.
What happens if I turn off cookies?
If you choose not to accept cookies while visiting Fojo’s website you will not be able to use services that demand a log in. Of course you can still read all other information and visit the site.