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Brug av cookies (Usage of cookies)

A cookie, either temporary or persistent, is a small file that is saved on your computer. Typically, web sites use cookies to enhance your experience of download times and logging in.
 
When you use SAS’ website we save session cookies as well as persistent cookies on your computer. Session cookies are saved temporarily until you close the browser window and SAS uses these cookies to enhance your experience of logging in and purchasing on our website. Persistent cookies are saved on your computer for a certain period of time (from 90 days to 12 years). SAS uses these cookies to enhance your experience of download times and to detect Javascript ability.


Third party cookies

SAS uses third party cookies (such as Google analytics, VWO and Webtrends) to register what kind of services our customers are interested in and to measure the traffic on our website. SAS uses the information to enhance our website, adjust our offers and increase our customer service. SAS use session as well as persistent third party cookies. The persistent third party cookies are saved on your computer for no longer than 13 to 24 months.


Avoid cookies

If you do not wish to accept the use of cookies, you can adapt the settings in your web browser (often under Internet Options) to automatically reject cookies or to inform you every time a website requests to save cookies. Please note that if you choose to automatically reject cookies not all functionalities on SAS website will be available to you.


Deletion of cookies

You can also delete cookies, which have already been saved on to your computer. How to do this depends on the type of browser you use. For users of Microsoft Internet Explorer it can be done from the browser's menu bar. Select Tools/Internet Options. In Internet Explorer 6 and later versions there is a button named "Delete cookies". In older versions of Internet Explorer click Settings, and then click View files. Locate the cookie named XXX@ibp.scandinavian.net and delete it, or simply click CTRL-A and delete all files in the temporary Internet files folder.
Alternatively you can use Windows Explorer to locate the Temporary Internet Files-folder and follow the procedure described above.
 

Cookies to detect Javascript ability

To access all of this site's functionality, your browser settings should be set to allow Javascript. If you have Java script turned off you will be offered a modified version of the SAS web site. The browser settings are often found under Internet Options in your browser.


Consent to use of cookies

If you adapt the settings in your web browser to accept cookies you consent to SAS using cookies when you visit SAS website.

Usage of Cookies

A cookie, either temporary or persistent, is a small file that is saved in your computer. Typically, websites use cookies to enhance your experience of download times and logging in.

When you visit the SAS website, we use cookies to register, what kind of services our customers are interested in and to measure the traffic on the website. SAS use the information to enhance our website, adjust our offers and increase our customer service. [Specifically, SAS uses persistent cookies to enhance your experience of download times and to detect Javascript ability.

Avoid cookies

If you do not wish to accept the use of cookies, you can adapt the settings in your web browser (often under Internet options) to automatically reject cookies or to inform you every time a website requests to save cookies.

Deletion of cookies

You can also delete cookies, which have already been saved on to your computer. How to do this depends on the type of browser you use. For users of Microsoft Internet Explorer it can be done from the browser's menu bar. Select Tools/Internet Options. In Internet Explorer 6 and later versions there is a button named "Delete cookies". In older versions of Internet Explorer, click on Settings, then View files. Locate the cookie named XXX@ibp.scandinavian.net and delete it, or simply press Ctrl-A and delete all files in the temporary Internet files folder.

Alternatively, you can use Windows Explorer to locate the Temporary Internet Files-folder and follow the procedure described above.

Cookies set to detect JavaScript ability

To access all of this site's functionality, your browser settings should be set to allow JavaScript. If you have JavaScript turned off, you will be offered a modified version of the SAS website. The browser settings are often found under Internet Options in your browser.

Consent to use of cookies

If you adapt the settings in your web browser to accept cookies, you consent to SAS using cookies when you visit the SAS website.