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In accordance with the first sentence of Section 18, Chapter 6 of the Electronic Communications Act from July 25:th 2003 and the EU article 5.3 in the Directive regarding Integrity and Communication, all visitors visiting a Web Site using Cookies should be informed regarding:

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