Co. Society AB’s Cookie policy

On the website cosociety.co we use cookies. Co. Society wants to use Google’s analytics cookies to analyze how our website is used, in order to optimize the website. You choose whether you want to consent to us placing cookies to do this and can of course withdraw your consent at any time. Your consent means that we collect information about your device and how you use the website, which is linked to what Google knows. When you use the website, “functional” cookies are also placed that do not require your consent. Co. Society AB is responsible for the placement of cookies on the website and is responsible for the processing of your personal data collected via cookies when you visit cosociety.co. For more information about our processing of personal data through cookies, please see our privacy policy. 

What are cookies and what is their scope of use

A cookie is a small text file that the website you visit requests to save on your computer, tablet or mobile phone that has an internet connection. For more general information about cookies visit www.pts.se/cookies or www.allaboutcookies.org. There are two types of cookies – permanent cookies and session cookies. At cosociety.co we use both permanent cookies and session cookies. Session cookies are stored temporarily when you as a visitor are browsing our website, and disappear when you close your browser. Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer for a certain period of time, until you as a visitor, or the server that sent them, delete them. Furthermore, cookies can be divided into first-party cookies and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are set by the holder of one website (in this case cosociety.co) and third-party cookies are set by another website/company. On our website we use both first-party cookies and third-party cookies. We use Google Analytics as a statistical tool to get a picture of how our visitors use the website and to evaluate how the website can be further developed, for example to improve the content, navigation and structure of the website.

Cookies used on cosociety.co 

NameInformation collected and the function of the cookieStorage timeDisclosure of data to third partiesCategory of cookie
_GaUsed by Google Analytics to identify a visit2 yearsYes, Google will have access to the information collected from the cookieAnalysis
_gcl_auUsed by Google Adsense to store and track conversions from ad clicks to increase the efficiency of their service3 monthsYes, Google will have access to the information collected from the CookieMarket
_gaexpUsed by Google Analytics Experiments to do experiments as A/B tests90 daysYes, Google will have access to the information collected from the CookieStatistics
CF_VERIFIED_DEVICE_83c294784_112ddParts of our firewall to identify trusted users1 monthYes, Cloudflare can access the information that the Cookie collectsNecessary
_cf_logged_inUsed by Cloudflare to modify functional UI elements aimed at improving the visitor experience31 daysYes, Cloudflare can access the information that the Cookie collectsFunctionality

How to avoid cookies 

When you visit our website, you can choose not to consent to us placing certain types of cookies. In addition, you can withdraw your consent at any time. In addition, you can block certain cookies through settings in your browser. If you do so, your browser automatically denies the storage of these cookies or informs you each time a website (such as ours) requests to store a cookie. Finally, after your visit to our website, you can review and delete the permanent cookies stored on your browser. To make it easier for you to identify our cookies, we have entered the name of each cookie in the table above. 

Further information on how to manage cookies can be found in your browser settings. 

More information and right to complain to supervisory authority

If you would like more information about cookies, permitted cookie use, or would like to complain about our use of cookies, please contact the Electronic Communications Supervisory Authority. In Sweden, the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency is the supervisory authority.