How does BlueStep use cookies?

The first time you visit our website, you accept our use of cookies by continuing to use the website. Below, you will find further information on our use of cookies.

According to the Swedish Electronic Communications Act (2003:389), we are required to inform our visitors that we use cookies, and what they are used for. In addition, each visitor has to approve the use of cookies and be informed of how they can prevent the use of cookies. The first time you visit our website, you accept our use of cookies by continuing to use the website. By accepting the use of cookies in the security settings of your web browser, you also agree of the use thereof.

What is a cookie, and why are they used on this website?

A cookie is a small text file which our website asks to store on your computer. We do this in order to learn how our website is used and how we can improve it for our visitors. We also track visitor statistics and data on how you reached our website. There are two types of first party cookies; those which are removed once you leave the website (session cookies), and those which are stored over a longer period (usually 30 days on this website) or until the user deletes them (persistent cookies). We use both types. Even third party cookies can occur on our website. These come from a source other than BlueStep, e.g. an advertising firm we use to measure the effects of our marketing efforts or the behaviour of our visitors on our website. We try to be restrictive of using third party cookies and if used, it is to better understand our visitors behaviours, in order to be more relevant in our online marketing. Our cookies contain no personal information. Below, you will find information on what cookies we use.

How do I block cookies on my computer?

If you don’t want cookies stored on your computer, you can deny or retract approval of cookie use in your web browsers security settings. In your security settings, you can also set which cookies you want to block or delete. If you choose to block cookies, it can lead to parts of this website not functioning as intended.

Cookies used on this website

Google Analytics

BlueStep uses the tool Google Analytics to measure how users interact with website content. Google Analytics measure how often a user visits the website and what other websites the user previously visited. BlueStep uses information in order to optimise the website functionality, improve the user experience, customise the website to the visitors’ preferences and needs, and to make the website easier to use. Google’s ability to use and share information about your visits on our website and that is gathered by Google Analytics are regulated in Google Analytics Terms of Service and Google Privacy Policy.


Sitester is used to show a survey for our visitors. This is to gain a better insight in their opinions about our website.


More information about cookies

Read more about cookies at the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS).

Contact if you want more information on how BlueStep uses cookies.