A cookie is a small text file that is saved in your web browser. It allows our system to remember your device when you visit our website. No personal identifiable data is stored in cookies, only an anonymous id number.
If you for some reason would like to prevent this website (or any other website) from setting cookies in your browser, you can do this in your browser settings. You can also install a plugin in your browser that blocks all cookies from Google Analytics. The plugin is available for most modern browsers.
Improving the website
We're constantly working to improve rammer.com. In order to do this, we use Google Analytics to analyze our visitors' behavior on an anonymous and aggregate level.
The information about your use of this website is transmitted to Google anonymously. We will not seek to link your IP address with any personal identifiable information about you. In fact, the last digits in your IP address will be truncated before it's sent to Google.
The behavioral data collected is processed to compile statistical reports on website activity. The intent is not to look at the behavior of an individual user. Instead, aggregate statistics are reported, like "How many users have used the top navigation during the last week?"
Reports like this are then used to help us take decisions about website improvements.
The analytics cookie is a first-party cookie, which means that it's set by rammer.com.
|_ga||Anonymous id number, i.e. "1.2.838838867.1359565579161"||2 years|
Optimizing your visit
The optimization cookies are first-party cookies, which means that they are set by rammer.com. They make sure that you get content from the same server during your visit, and speed up the navigation.
When you quit your browser, these cookies are deleted.
|ASP.NET_SessionId||Anonymous string, i.e. "ipewm5snyzuhwwmyzekeij"||Until the browser is closed|
|BIGipServerSandvik_ Wildcard_Pool||Anonymous string, i.e. "1731265290.0.0000"||Until the browser is closed|
Sharing or viewing social media content
On our website, we have embedded content from social media channels like YouTube. This may result in cookies outside our control being set by these websites, so-called third-party cookies.