Policy & Cookies
Intellectual property rights
Articles, drawings, images and other material along with the trademarks on this website are subject to international property rights that belong to INR Sverige AB. INR Sverige AB thereby reserves all associated rights. Certain parts of the website may however include images or texts which are covered by rights which belong to the creators or operators of these images and texts. Images, drawings, trademarks etc. may not be used without the permission of INR Sverige AB or the permission of other rights holders.
All product names mentioned on our website, irrespective of whether they are accompanied by the ® symbol or not, are trademarks which are owned by Inredningsglas AB, our franchisers or our partners. INR Sverige AB is a registered trademark. In addition, several products, and designs that are included in other products, are registered at Patent- och Registreringsverket (The Swedish Patent and Registration Office).
Limitation of liability
This website contains general information regarding INR Sverige AB’s products and use. Because we at Inredningsglas conduct continuous product development, we reserve the right to make changes to the design, construction and materials used. We reserve the right to make any price changes and we cannot assume responsibility for any typographical errors on our website.
INR Sverige AB cannot be held responsible for any damage, of any type, that arises as a result of the use of or reliance on any information provided on this website.
Content of website
Naturally, INR Sverige AB is responsible for ensuring that the information available on the website is correct. It is however the digital content on our website that applies at any given moment in time; but we cannot guarantee the content of any printed text. If any information is copied or presented in any other form or on any other website, Inredningsglas can no longer assume responsibility for the information being correct, nor if it is printed out from the website. In addition to this, the content of Inredningsglas’s web pages may be used freely, on the condition that the source is specified. Product images and environmental images may be used only in combination with a reference to the source and INR’s logotype.
INR Sverige AB permits you to download the material published on our website, on the condition that the download only takes place for private use and not for commercial use. The source (© 2013 INR Sverige AB) must however always be specified and be included on any copies. For any other use, please contact us for our approval.
INR Sverige AB will not assume any responsibility for any inaccuracies in the information contained on the websites inr.se refers to.
www.inr.se as a bookmark
If you want to have selected parts of www.inr.se as a bookmark, you are free to do so of course, but we may not be held responsible for any changes to the website which result in broken links. Confidentiality, personal details, such as name and e-mail address, will not be used without your prior approval and only for INR Sverige AB’s marketing activities. All personal information is dealt with in accordance with the Personal Data Act.
This website contains so-called cookies. According to the law regarding electronic communication, which came into force on 25 July 2003, everybody who visits a website with cookies must be informed that the website contains cookies, what these cookies are used for and how cookies can be avoided.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file which the website you visit requests to be saved on your computer. Cookies are used by many websites that provide visitors with access to various functions. The information in the cookie makes it possible to monitor a user’s surfing. There are two types of cookies. One type saves a file for a longer period of time on your computer. It is used for example for functions which provide information as to what is new since the user last visited the website in question. The other type is called a session cookie. During the time you are visiting a website, this type of cookie is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory, for example to remember the language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored for a longer period of time on your computer; they disappear when you close your web browser.
Are Cookies dangerous?
No. Cookies are not dangerous. Cookie files are plain text files and cannot contain viruses. The files are small and the web browser only allows a certain amount of cookies to be saved in its memory. There is therefore no risk that the memory comes full because you allow cookies.
Can I say no to Cookies?
If you do not want cookie files stored in your computer, you can adjust the settings in your web browser. It is however possible that certain parts of the website will not function correctly.
This is how you preset your web browser:
Internet Explorer 6.0+: Choose Tools/Internet Options/Privacy and adjust the settings for cookies. This is where you can choose to what extent you want to allow cookies..
Netscape: Choose Edit/Preferences/Advanced. This is where you adjust your settings for cookies.
Mozilla Firefox: Choose Edit/Preferences/Privacy & Security/Cookies. You this is where you can disable cookies.
How do I remove my Cookies?
The Cookie files are saved as text files and can be removed. In order to remove cookies, first close the website. In Netscape, go to the cookies.txt-file and delete your cookies. In the Internet Explorer, cookies are saved in a separate file. You can delete them by going into Tools/Internet Options and by choosing Delete cookies.
For more information about cookies, please visit www.pts.se