(Valid from 22-06-2020)
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. They all get unique numbers.
There are different types of cookies:
Cookies that are temporarily stored on your computer when you visit our website and are deleted as soon as you close your browser.
Cookies that remain on your computer until you choose to delete them.
Cookies that are placed on your computer by Enequi when you browse our website.
These cookies are used to collect information for advertising and tailored content as well as web statistics and come from Enequi’s partners when you visit Enequi’s website. (These are third-party cookies that enable you to, for example, see ads from Enequi if you have previously clicked on or searched for our products and services). Third-party cookies provide an image of the user’s browsing habits and you can choose to block this specific type of cookies in your browser by actively setting that you do not want third-party cookies to be accepted.
Contain information that we must have in order to provide you with access to certain services. Necessary cookies are used so that we can, for example, offer you live chat functionality.
Used to ensure that the pages you use load faster.
Contain general information about how you use our services. The information allows us to adapt our website according to your needs. This means that we can make your use of the website as simple as possible and allows us to analyse our visitor flows. As Enequi is growing, we must always have sufficient capacity to receive all users who visit our website when we launch new exciting products and services or to know how to best staff our customer service.
Used to help us remember the choices you made when you previously used our services. For example, every time you change pages you should not have to choose in which language our website should be displayed.
Collect information about your activities and your interests on Enequi’s website, in short what you clicked on, so that we can provide you with relevant offers in other channels (for example which of our products and services you see in banners on other pages).
Will cookies make me see marketing from Enequi on other sites?
Yes, Enequi uses marketing cookies. These are used to give you the best experience with Enequi – both when you visit us and when you leave our website. We use the information in these cookies to:
- Provide you with content that you seem to be interested in right away. We see which parts of our website you visited and where you clicked and draw conclusions about what you want to see more of. This information is used to determine which marketing may be most interesting to you. That is why you may see a specific Enequi product that you clicked on and read more about appear on other websites, in banners from Enequi.
- We also collaborate with other companies that help us with our marketing, so-called retargeting that can be seen as our digital shop window (for example through banner advertising). This means that these companies can place cookies (see above) so that we can provide you with relevant information in other channels as well. Based on how you clicked on Enequi’s website, you will simply see marketing aimed at you in the places where we have bought advertising.
Below you will find some examples of companies that Enequi uses for marketing through digital shop windows:
Read more about how they work with advertising on each company’s website:
Have you ever wondered why you see ads from Enequi when you visit other websites?
Cookies, web beacons and pixel tags are different techniques that we use so that you can easily find what you are looking for, avoid filling in information that you have already filled in previously or so that you can get offers and information about news that may be of interest to you. We want to simplify things for you when using our services and give you a good experience of Enequi.
What is the difference between cookies and pixel tags?
Unlike the text files in a cookie, web beacons (or pixel tags as they are also called) are of a more graphic nature. You can think of a web beacon as a transparent image that is superimposed on another image (in an email for example) and registers where in the image you click. In other words, our web beacon makes it possible for us to know what information you find interesting and want to read more about.
When may we share your cookies?
In some cases, we may use a personal data assistant to help with our marketing. When we share your information, it will be used for the same purpose for which we originally collected it. When we send your information outside the EU/EEA, this is done according to particularly strict requirements and agreements.
What should I do if I no longer want Enequi to save my “cookies”?
You can always change your browser settings or device settings for the use and scope of cookies. Click on the settings in your browser or the device you are using. In the settings, you can block all cookies, but you can also choose to only accept first-party cookies or choose to delete cookies when you close your browser. Remember that necessary cookies are just that, necessary, and required if you still want to be able to use our website and our services.
Do you still have questions regarding cookies?
You can read more about cookies on the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency’s website, www.pts.se