Cookies Policy


Malmö Arena’s website uses cookies. The law in Sweden says that when you visit a website that uses cookies, you must receive information about the fact that the website contains cookies, what they are used for and how you can choose to refuse the use of cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are standard text files with information that is stored on your computer when you visit a website. The files are small, and most browsers only allow a certain amount of cookies to be stored in the memory. This means that there is no risk that your hard drive will become full just because you allow the use of cookies. Nor is there any risk that cookies will contain a virus.

There are two different types of cookies: session cookies (which are transient cookies) and persistent cookies. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser and are thus not saved. They contain temporary information between page retrievals. Persistent cookies are saved as a file on your computer for a specific length of time (which can be as long or as short as the cookie’s creator wants) and are used to save settings and information for each time you visit the website.

Which cookies are used, and what do they do?

When you visit our website, a number of cookies are placed in your browser. The website uses session cookies and persistent cookies. The purposes for which cookies are used include, for example, (i) saving your chosen settings on the website, (ii) providing data for analysis, and (iii) facilitating advertising, including behavioural (targeted) advertising. Additional information. Here you can see exactly which cookies are used, and for what.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are cookies that come from a third party and are used on our website. We use third-party cookies to collect web statistics in analysis tools like Google Analytics. Information that is collected via Google Analytics is stored by Google on their servers. If you do not wish to accept the use of such third-party cookies, you can adjust your browser’s security settings so that third-party cookies are not accepted.

Refusing cookies

If you do not wish to allow the storage of cookies on your computer, you can turn off cookies in your browser’s settings. This means that no cookies will be stored, but it also means that you will not be able to use certain parts of our e-services. In some browsers you can choose to block persistent cookies yet still allow session cookies.

The latest version of the Cookies Policy will always be available here on the website.
Rev. 18-10-11