Overview of Cookies and Tracking

We use cookies and other similar technologies on our website, among other things, to improve the experience, advertise and analyze the traffic. Our cookies can be changed or removed and new ones added.


Cookies are text files that are downloaded to your device when you visit a website. They are handy because they allow a website to recognize a user's device. We also use the term "cookie" for a variety of other technologies including:

  • Pixel tags - transparent graphic images placed on a web page indicating that a page or email has been displayed
  • Tracking script - small code snippets that collect information from interactions
  • Local Storage - Used to store temporary information on your device

Why We Use Cookies

Cookies perform many different tasks, such as allowing you to navigate between pages effectively, remembering your preferences and generally improving your user experience. They can also help ensure that ads you see online are more relevant to you and your interests. Below you can see what types of cookies we have and how we use the information collected:

  • Analysis and marketing cookies (scripts and pixel tags)
  • We also use analytics and marketing cookies to personalize and enhance your experience on our website and in third-party advertising. Analysis cookies collect information about how users interact with our digital channels, giving us lessons about overall interaction patterns rather than individual users' behaviors.
  • Advertising cookies collect information about your activities and show interest on our site so that we can serve relevant and targeted advertising in our ad channels such as search engines, social media and advertising networks.
  • Third-party actors we allow in connection with advertising (Ad servers/Measurement):
  1. Facebook Pixel: used to adjust and improve the relevance of ads in Facebook's feed.
    Storage time: 28 days
    Read more at: www.facebook.com/about/privacy
  2. Google Analytics
    Storage time: 26 months
    Read more at: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245

Other Cookies

  1. Performance Cookies: used to make sure the pages you use load faster.
  2. Functional Cookies: used to help us remember what choices you made when you visited our site before. For example, if you have seen and clicked away notifications and cookie bar.

How to Change Cookie Settings

In your browser you can change your general settings for how it handles cookies, for example block all cookies or only accept first-party cookies.

If you want to set which cookies and scripts you approve specifically for our site, you can do so by clicking "Change Cookie Settings" at the bottom of the website, in the footer. There you will also find a list of the cookies and scripts we use. The administration of cookie consent as well as the continuous scanning of the site to keep the list updated is based on the Cookiebot service.

Worth noting is that blocking or deleting cookies can affect the use of the website so that the experience is not optimal.

Stored User Information

All Personal Data that is given when using our services will only be used by ICM.com or entities within the ICM Group. No stored personal data is sold, rented out or lent out to fulfill any other purposes.

Brower Information

We recommend that you use an updated version of your browser. We support Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11.

By visiting the website the user agrees to not manipulate or show the website through frames or any now or future existing similar methods. The user also agrees to follow Swedish and other countries' international laws.

Disclaimer for any possible errors

We reserve the right against any errors that are presented on the website. If you find something that is not right, we are grateful if you let us know by emailing support@icm.com


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