Yes, the Bredbandskollens website uses cookies that are stored on the visitor's computer when the service is used. The cookie contains only an identification code. This identifier is used to connect the computer used in the test with the information in the Bredbandskollen database. After each measurement we store some data in the database. By doing so it is possible for the visitor to see previous measurements done with the same computer and browser. Otherwise we only use the data in the database for statistical and troubleshooting purposes.

For those who do not want to accept cookies, the browser can be set to automatically deny the storage of cookies or to inform the user each time a website asks to store one. Via the browser settings, previously stored cookies can also be deleted. See your browser's help pages for more information.

The measurement is not affected by whether you accept cookies or not. However, you cannot see the previous measurements if you do not accept cookies, or if you clear them out. All measurements are stored in the database at all times regardless of current cookie-settings.

The cookie is permanent and remains for up to ten years on your computer, even after the browser is closed. Unless you remove it off course.