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2. Cookies for website statistics: Google Analytics.
We use Google Analytics to see how our visitors use the website and which pages you visit. We analyse this data and use it to improve the website.
3. Tracking cookies for targeted advertising: Facebook Pixel.
Our website uses Facebook Pixel. This helps us analyse our digital marketing and buy digital advertisements that can reach different target audiences through Facebook. This makes our advertising more cost-effective and you will only see adverts on Facebook that we think you may find interesting.
If you don't want your computer to save cookies, you can change your web browser settings. You can also delete stored cookies and change your settings. This will warn you each time a website wants to save a cookie on your computer. This information is often available from the help menu of your browser.
The website MinaCookies.se (in Swedish) tells you how to remove cookies from different web browsers. If you do not want your visit to the Nationalmuseum website to be included in Google Analytics statistics, you can use an “opt-out” browser extension. Read more about the Google Analytics opt-out extension for browsers here.
If you don't have Facebook, you won't be affected by Facebook Pixel.