Cookie Policy

ITAB Cookie policy


To optimise your experience, ITAB uses cookies on its website.


What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer. Our cookies are used to analyse how visitors use the website. There are two different types of cookie, i.e. “permanent” and “session”. Permanent cookies are stored as a file on a computer for a certain time. They remain on your computer until you yourself delete them or the server that sent them deletes them. Session cookies are stored temporarily while you are surfing a website. They disappear when you close your browser. Both types of cookies are used on

We use cookies to make it easier to use the website and to adapt the website to how you use it. However, none of the information collected via cookies contains anything personal. The information simply establishes the pattern of how you are using our web services. As regards user behaviour on, not even IP addresses are stored in our databases. Thus, as a visitor to our website, information about you can never be linked to your identity.

The website also has cookies to count and report user numbers and traffic. Additionally, we use so-called “third-party” cookies. These are from other companies and are used for market surveys and traffic measurements.

Social media and other websites

On, you may find content and sharing tools embedded from social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram. These suppliers may, in their turn, use cookies on ITAB does not have access to, and cannot control, these cookies or the personal data and information that they may collect. Thus, you need to check these suppliers’ websites to get further information about how they use cookies, which information they collect and how you can delete and block the cookies.

There may also be links to other sites that we refer to (in our news for example). We have no control over these sites either.

Cookies on this website


Deleting and blocking cookies

Most web browsers accept cookies automatically. However, via your browser’s settings, you can block and delete cookies. How to do this varies between browsers. You can read more about it in your browser’s instructions or via the help function that most browsers have. Further details about handling and deleting cookies can also be found at