As a consequence of the Swedish law on electronic communications we will explain below how Saplo.com uses cookies.

A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer containing information. In technical terms, cookies can be divided into two types. One type saves a file permanently on your computer. The other is not stored permanently on your computer, but instead disappears when you close your web browser. The latter type is called session cookies. A session cookie is a randomly generated ID that identifies a web browser during your visit to a website. Both types of cookies are used at Saplo.com.

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