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With help from the information in the cookie, we can make sure that the same products are not shown multiple times in a row, in those cases we have several products using the same space on the website. The same goes for news spots and similar.
Third party cookies
We are using third party cookies for statistics. Each of these cookies are subject to the terms and agreements for their respective owner.
We use a cookie from Google Analytics which is a tool for analysing traffic on our site. Please read more on how Google handle collected data here.
Another third party cookie is from Twitter which is a service people uses to share short notifications. Read more about how Twitter handle collected data here.
The third third party cookie is from Facebook and it gives us an overview about who is visiting our website. Read more about how Facebook handle collected data here. The information Facebook collects can be used to create marketing based on your interests. Read more about this here.
If you have a Facebook account, you can login here to see which advertisers that you shared data with. You can decide which data that should be the basis of which ads are shown to you.
If you do not want to allow cookies on your computer, you can turn it off in your web browser settings. No cookies will be stored but then some parts of our website will not work well, and some parts will not work at all.
The fourth third party cookie is from Instagram and gives us an overview about who is visiting our website. Read more about how Instagram handle collected data here.
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Turn off tracking by Google
This website may use Google Remarketing. In short, this means that advertisement from other pages can be directed to you based on which pages you visited on our website and other websites within the advertisement network. If you do not want this type of directed advertisement, you can turn it off by making the necessary settings on: http://www.google.com/settings/ads .
If you are logged on to your Google account, and have allowed Google the rights to cross reference your surf history when you visit this website, you will be subject to directed advertisement based on the websites you have visited, including sandstendesign.com. Essential information is collected through Google Analytics which makes it easier to show you relevant ads. The collected information can not be used to identify you as an individual. Please read more about what information is collected by Google here: http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/.
Google account users can change their ad experience by turning on and off this kind of ads in their Google Account Settings.
Users can change how data is collected through the DoubleClick cookie and how that data is processed by Google by downloading the browser add-on for DoubleClick here: https://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin
Another option for deactivating DoubleClick cookies is to visit: https://www.google.com/settings/ads/anonymous