1 Cookies

1.1 Unilabs uses cookies to receive and record information, we may also use other technologies to receive information (“Automatic Data Collection”). This may include personal information from your browser. When receiving this information, we follow the Act on electronic communication (SFS 2003:389).

1.2 In general terms, cookies are small scripts which are sent to your web browser on your computer, to your mobile phone or other technical devices that you use. The cookies are used to store information on the technical device and they act as a memory which means that your technical device is remembered when you revisit the website.

There exist two kinds of cookies, session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies only exist until you shut down the web browser on the technical devise. Persistent cookies exist for a longer, specified period.

1.3 The information collected by cookies may include the following:

  • Geolocation
  • Time of visit, pages visited, and time spent on each page of the webpages
  • Referring site details (such as the URI a user came through to arrive at this site)
  • Domain, browser type and language
  • Country and time zone
  • Click behaviour
  • Type of operating system (OS)
  • Flash version, JavaScript support, screen resolution, and screen color processing ability
  • Network location and IP address.
  • Document downloads
  • Clicks on links leading to external websites
  • Errors when users fill out forms
  • Clicks on videos
  • Scroll depth
  • Interactions with site-specific widgets

1.4 Unilabs use cookies to receive information about usage of the website. The information helps us to improve our site and our services. You can usually change the settings of your web browser to turn off all cookies, to refuse new cookies or to have your device warn you when new ones are sent.

1.5 To modify the cookies, use the browser settings. Every web browser is different but you can always use the Help menu on your browser to learn how to change your cookies. The changing of cookies needs to be done on every browser that you use if you want the cookie settings to be the same. If you turn off your cookies you need to be aware of the fact that some of the services on the website may not function properly.

1.6 Information that can be used to identify users of the website will be disclosed to third parties (Google analytics). Information that cannot be linked to the identity of the user may be disclosed. The amount of the time that the information received from the cookies is stored depends on how often you visit the website.

2 Further questions

Please, contact us at dpo@unilabs.com if you have any further questions concerning this policy.