Local storage of data cookies and local storage
When you visit Asurgent.se, we or the service providers that we work with can use local storage of data, such as cookies / cookies, tracking calls or similar techniques, to ensure that as a user you get as good an experience as possible. Here you can read more about what it means and what the information is used for.
What is Local Storage of Data?
Local data storage means that data is stored locally on the device you are using. For example, it can be done with the help of so-called cookies / cookies.
- A cookie is information that is sent from our web server to your browser which then stores it as a file on your device. With the help of the cake, we can recognize your browser and if you have previously made settings or logged in, for example. You can read more about the uses below.
- A session cookie disappears automatically when you close your browser.
- A permanent cookie stores a text file in your device for a shorter or longer period after your visit (unless you delete them yourself). These cookies are used to keep you logged in and to keep track of settings that you have made.
- Local storage is another way for sites to store the same type of information and settings locally on your device. A difference to cookies is that the stored information does not automatically follow in calls to the server.
What are tracking calls?
Tracking calls are calls made by the browser in the background during your visit to our sites. The call is made to one of our servers, or to one of our partners’ servers, in order to enable analysis according to the uses described below.
The calls usually contain information about the page you visit and information about what has happened during the visit to the page. Examples of such information are how long you have been on the page, how long a possible video on the page has been played and whether ads have been visible. To be able to draw conclusions about what has happened over several page views, cookies and locally stored data can be sent in tracking calls.
Tracking calls are often called tracking pixels or web beacons, as they often take the form of loading a small invisible image or in the form of AJAX calls.
What is the information used for?
Local storage of data is used so that we can improve the functionality of our sites, in order to be able to direct relevant content to you and to ensure that the services work as they should.
Login and settings: Local storage of data is used, among other things, to avoid having to log in every time you visit Asurgent’s sites, and to save any settings that you have made
Development: In order to develop our sites, we need to understand how they are used. We therefore use local storage of data to collect statistics in aggregated form about the use. We also use local storage of data to be able to carry out so-called A / B tests when, for example, we test new functions on a smaller group of users before we release them to all users.
Then you can manage local data storage
You can even delete cookies from your browser and your device and make settings in your browser for whether and how local information can be stored.
If you choose to disable cookies, this may mean that some functionality on our sites will stop working, and that settings and logins will not be saved.
Here you will find information on how to handle cookies in your browser:
Chrome (link: https: //support.google.com/ …)
Safari (link: https: //support.apple.com/ …)
Safari on iPhone and iPad (link: https://support.apple.com/en-US/HT201265)
Internet Explorer (link: https: //support.microsoft.com/ …)
Firefox (link: https: //support.mozilla.org/ …)
Opera (link: https://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/privacy/)
If you want to limit the opportunity for advertisers to target ads to you based on your interests, you can use the service Your online choices (link: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/en/)
You can find more information about cookies, which cookies are stored on your device and how you can handle these at www.aboutcookies.org and www.allaboutcookies.org.