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Data protection and integrity
The Swedish Institute processes your personal information when you wish to receive our services, for example, when you sign up for visits, events, newsletters, applying for scholarships, programs or otherwise contact us.
Cookies are a small text file that the website stores on the visitor’s computer. The text file contains some information and a time stamp. Cookies are used to speed up the download of a page by downloading only updated information on the visitor’s side and partly to retrieve information to improve the page’s visitor experience.
All sites can send cookies to your browser if your browser settings allow. In order for this information not to be misused, websites may only read information from cookies saved by themselves and not any cookies stored by other websites.
According to the Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on July 25, 2003, anyone visiting a website should be informed about what cookies are used for and are given the opportunity to refuse such use.
Working with cookies
General information about cookies and the new electronic communications act can be found on the Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency’s website.
Changes to the Electronic Communications Act