About cookies and similar technologies on raj108.com
A cookie is a small text file sent from our web server and stored on your computer. The cookie itself does not contain any personal information, such as your e-mail address or your name, but is only used to simplify for you in the use of our website. It will also not affect your computer in any way.
There are two types of cookies. One is called session cookies. It works so that it is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory when you are inside and browsing the page, and then disappear when you close your browser. When you browse around Raj´’s website and visit addresses that contain raj108.com, session cookies are used in forms, for example. This means that your information is temporarily saved if you have filled it in on a page and then have to back up a page. This way you do not have to fill in all your information again.
The second type of cookie saves a file for a long time on your computer. We use it by e.g. to make it easy for you when you revisit åhlens.se. This means that things like your shopping cart, a saved wish list, your most recently selected department store and your most recently logged in are saved, so that you do not have to fill in such things again the next time you visit the website. If you do not accept cookies, you can, for example, choose a department store every time you want to see the stock balance for a certain product.
LocalStorage is a technology that is similar to cookies in many ways, but with some differences. LocalStorage data has e.g. no specified lifetime, but is first deleted via a programmed function on the website in question, when the website visitor actively deletes such data from his browser or when the browser without the active action of the website visitor is cleared of such data.
Our cookies and similar technologies are therefore intended to make it easier for both you as a visitor and for us. If you continue to use our website without changing your settings, we assume that you have no problems accepting our cookies and similar technologies.