Meda AB uses session cookies on this web site. A cookie is a small information file that is transferred to the visitor’s computer.
Cookies cannot identify visitors personally; they only identify the web browser installed on the computer and used for the visit.
Cookies do not contain viruses and cannot erase other information on the visitor’s computer.
Cookies are used to simplify navigation of the web site for the visitor. They are stored on the computer and activated when the visitor returns to a section of the web site. Cookies are only saved temporarily on the computer and disappear when the web browser is closed.
If visitors wish to avoid cookies, they can change their browser settings to block cookies from being downloaded. Information on how to do this is available in your web browser’s help section. Blocking cookies impairs navigation of the web site.
Meda also collects IP addresses. An IP address is used to identify a visitor’s computer on the Internet. We use the IP addresses for system administration.
Meda reserves the right to change and/or update policies and liability stipulations at any time. The latest version will always be available on the web site.
This information only applies to Meda’s Swedish web site. Meda’s foreign web sites have their own information on cookie handling. Links to Meda’s foreign web sites may be found on this web site as a service to visitors.