Cookie Policy

The Strindberg website uses cookies. By using the Strindberg website you accept this policy and give your consent to the use of cookies.

Cookies are text files that are stored on the user’s device by a browser. Cookies store information about the user’s behaviour on the website. When the user returns to the website, the browser sends back the cookies belonging to the site. Cookies allow the page to identify the user and use the information collected during previous visits. Such information includes, but is not limited to, the user’s name, email address, home or work address and telephone number. The website only contains information that the user has entered. The site cannot deduce the user’s email address, for example, unless it has been entered. The site cannot access other information stored on the computer. 

The Strindberg website uses its own and third-party cookies for the following purposes:

· To identify a user when they visit the website. A cookie is valid for 90 days from the latest visit.

· To save the selected language in a cookie so that the user is automatically redirected to the right page. 

· For analytics purposes and to collect user data using Google Analytics tools.

· To target content using Facebook Pixel.

Google cookies

The Strindberg website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by a third party, Google Inc., to track website traffic and to generate statistics.  

Google Analytics uses cookies to collect certain user data about visitors so that their use of the website can be analysed and improved. This data includes information about from which website the user came to the website and what they do on the site.

Google Analytics may also transfer data to third parties. Google only stores non-personally identifiable information, which means it does not link the information collected with any individual. 

You can prevent Google Analytics from collecting information about your use of the website and the processing of this information by Google by following this link:

Google’s Privacy Policy is available at:

Facebook cookies

Strindberg uses the Facebook pixel to measure and create custom audiences for advertising and to ensure that our ads are targeted to the right audiences.

The Facebook pixel also allows us to monitor the effectiveness of Facebook ads and to use this information for statistical and market research purposes. The information collected by us will remain anonymous and we will not be able to see any individual user’s personal information. 

However, Facebook stores and processes the information collected and is able to associate that information with the user’s Facebook account and use the information for its own marketing purposes in accordance with Facebook’s privacy policy.

You can block access to your data in custom audiences by following this link:

Facebook’s Privacy Policy is available at:

Blocking cookies

Most browsers allow cookies to be blocked. Below are instructions on how to block cookies in different browsers.

·Internet Explorer clickTools Internet Options Privacy Settings >Block all Cookies  

·Firefox click the menu button > Options Privacy and Security

·Safari click Preferences > Privacy

·Google Chrome click the Chrome menu icon > Settings > Advanced > Privacy

Blocking cookies may have a negative impact on the usability of some websites.

More information: If you would like more information about the Strindberg website cookie policy or the data stored by us, please contact us by email: