About Cookies

These cookies guidelines (the “Guidelines”) apply to the use of cookies by SynAct Pharma AB on the websites of SynAct Pharma AB (the “websites”). The guidelines describe the cookies used on the websites, the purpose and duration of the cookies (i.e. how long each cookie is stored) and how you can block or delete cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files of information that are stored on your computer (or other Internet-enabled devices, such as smartphones or tablets) when you visit a website. A cookie usually contains the name of the website from which the cookie is derived, the life of the cookies (i.e. how long it will be stored on your device) and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number.

Cookies are used to make web pages work more efficiently but also to provide certain information to the owner of a website. Cookies make it possible to separate different users from each other, which in itself can give each user a more tailored and positive experience of the site.

What does SynAct Pharma AB use cookies for?

SynAct Pharma AB uses necessary cookies in order for the websites to function properly and is necessary to enable you to move through a website and use its functions. You do not need to accept strictly necessary cookies because they are required for us to provide you with the services you request.

The websites also use cookies that make it possible to count the number of users and calculate traffic to the website, to improve your experience and to individualise future visits by remembering your user preferences. In addition, cookies are used to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics to understand how users use the websites and help us improve its structure and content.

Cookies used

There are three types of cookies on the websites:

  • Long-term cookies, i.e. cookies that save a file for a long time on your computer. Long-term cookies are used, for example, with features that describe what information is new since you last visited the specific website. The length of time that the cookie remains on your device depends on the lifetime of the specific cookie and your browser settings.
  • Session cookies, i.e. cookies that are temporarily stored in your computer’s memory while you visit a website and when you browse a page. For example, session cookies are used to determine which language you selected. When you leave a website, the session cookies used are deleted.
  • Third-party cookies, i.e. cookies that belong to domains other than those displayed in the address bar. Third-party cookies open up opportunities to track the user’s browsing history.

How to block and/or delete cookies

Most browsers have a default setting that accepts the use of cookies. You can change these settings so that you as a user are warned as soon as a cookie is sent to your computer or create a main rule that means that cookies are blocked. You can also choose to delete all of the cookies stored on your computer.

The instructions for how to delete stored cookies or change cookie settings are given in the browser or in the Help feature that most browsers are equipped with. If you use different devices to view and access the websites (for example, computer, smartphone, tablet etc.) you must make sure that the browser on each device is adjusted according to your preferences regarding cookies.

Please note that if you choose not to allow cookies to be stored, you may not be able to use all parts of the websites, and some parts of the websites may not function properly.

Amendments to the guidelines and questions

SynAct Pharma AB may update these guidelines from time to time. The date of the last change is indicated at the end of the guidelines.

If you have any questions regarding these guidelines or our use of cookies, please feel free to contact us at joo@synactpharma.com.

These guidelines were last updated on 20th January 2017.