In this part we describe how cookies are being placed in the memory of your computer, tablet or smartphone (referred to as “equipment” below) in order to log information. We also describe how this information is used. We recommend you to read this cookie-information carefully.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are being sent to your web browser when you visit this website, and that are being stored in the memory of you equipment. The web browser can send back information next time you visit the website. The cookies will not harm your equipment or any files stored in it.
Nordenfeltska School of Music uses Google Analytics in order to collect statistics about use and visits to the website. Google Analytics saves a permanent cookie in the equipment in order to register how you use the website. This information is analysed by Google and the result is forwarded to Nordenfeltska School of Music. This gives Nordenfeltska knowledge about how the website is being used, which makes it possible for us to make necessary changes in the website or the service. Google may provide this information to third party if they are obliged to do so by law and/or if third party processes this information on behalf of Google. Google may decide whether the information should be used in other Google services.
You can always recall the approval you have given Nordenfeltska to store cookies. You can configure your web browser so it does not accept any cookies, and you can always delete the cookies that have already been stored. Please refer to the help section of your web browser for instructions about how to do this. However, it is important to know that some parts of the website may not work properly or at all if the cookies are deleted.
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