GDPR

Personal information

MARX MEDIA AB collects information about, among other things, your IP address, type of device and technical data about the performance of your connection, device and playback. The purpose of MARX MEDIA AB’s processing of the data is to enable individual support, further develop our services and improve our range.

The information may be processed by our suppliers. We always do our utmost to protect the personal data we process through adequate security measures.

Personal data processing takes place within MARX MEDIA AB’s operations. This means that only certain provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) apply to the processing, e.g. the rules concerning the security of personal data. If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact us via email mailbox@marxmedia.se .

Cookies / Cookies

A cookie (or cookie) is a small text file that a website requests to be saved on the visitor’s computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give a visitor access to various features. The information in the cookie can also be used to track a user’s browsing of websites that use the same cookie.

There are two types of cookies. One type saves a file for a long time on the visitor’s computer, the cake then has an expiration date. It is used, for example, in functions that tell you what is new since the user last visited the current website last time. When the expiration date has passed, the cookie is deleted when the user returns to the website that created it.

The second type of cookies is called session cookies and has no expiration date. While a user is browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in the memory of the user’s computer, for example to keep track of the language he has chosen. Session cookies are not stored for a long time on the user’s computer, but disappear when the user closes his browser.

Cookies are used on MARX MEDIA AB’s websites to:

  • keep track of if the visitor clicked “I understand” for information about cookies
  • keep track of which server the visitor’s session started against
  • keep track of the visitor’s anonymity.

If you do not want cookies to be stored on your computer, you can turn off the function under Settings in your browser.
General information about cookies and the Electronic Communications Act are available on the PTS website www.pts.se .

To give you as a visitor as good an experience of our website as possible, we use cookies. Cookies are used to enable us to see the choices you have previously made on our website and to give us the opportunity to improve our website. Cookies are also used to measure the traffic on our website and for statistics.

On some of our websites, our suppliers, such as various social media, also place cookies on your computer.

It is possible for you to make settings on your computer that prevent us and our suppliers from placing cookies on your computer. However, such settings may mean that some features of our websites will not work. Information on how to prevent the storage of cookies on your computer can be found below.


Find and delete cookies:
All browsers are different. Look in the help function of your browser for information on how to change the cookie settings. You can delete all cookies from your hard drive yourself. You do this in your browser settings.


To change cookie settings in Internet Explorer 11:
Click the gear (or Tools in the menu). Select Internet Options. Select the Privacy tab. Set how you want your browser to handle cookies and click OK.
If you want to delete your cookies, click on the gear (or Tools in the menu) and select Security and then Delete web history…


To change cookie settings in Chrome:
Click the menu icon in the upper right corner. Select Settings. Click View Advanced Settings. Click the Content Settings… button under the heading Privacy. Set how you want your browser to handle cookies and click Done.
If you want to delete your cookies, click on the menu icon and select Tools and then Delete web information…
For other versions and browsers, you can search for information on the relevant software provider’s website.


To change cookie settings in Safari:
To block cookies in iOS 8 or later: Tap Settings, Safari, Block cookies and select one of the following: Always block, Allow only from current website, Allow from websites I visit or Always allow. In iOS 7 or earlier, you choose between Never, From third parties and advertisers, or Always.


To change cookie settings in Firefox:
To clear cookies:
– Go to Settings in Firefox and go to the Privacy & Security tab.
– Under the History tab, press the “Show cookies” button.
– Select “Delete all”, and all cookies will be cleared from your computer.

To block cookies on all websites:
– Go to Settings in Firefox and go to the Privacy & Security panel.
– Under the History tab there is a drop-down list: “Firefox will:”. Select “Use custom history settings”.
– Uncheck “Allow websites to store cookies”.

To clear your cache:
– Go to Settings in Firefox and go to the Privacy & Security tab.
– Under the heading Cached Web Content, click Clear Now.


Cookies and local storage:

  • Google Analytics: Measures e.g. a. the number of visitors to the website.
  • Gravatar: An avatar that appears next to your name when you e.g. writes in forums.
  • Linkpulse: Statistics tool for analyzing site visits.