Viable Cities Logo

Website policy

Viable Cities appreciates your interest in our organization and your visit to our website. Please read this website policy carefully before using the site. We want you to feel that we respect your privacy, which you can read more about in our privacy policy. By visiting the website, you consent to this website policy.

General about the website policy

The site policy explains how the information on may be used so as not to infringe copyright protection or violate the rules for linking to the site. The Viable Cities Privacy Policy section explains how your personal data is handled, i.e. information that can identify you as a user.

To use the information on the website

The information on the website is general and should not be used as the sole and exclusive basis for decisions on important issues. Viable Cities is constantly working to ensure that the website is accurate, complete and up-to-date. Nevertheless, typographical errors, external influences and technical errors may result in misleading information. This means that Viable Cities cannot guarantee and cannot take responsibility for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information.


The content of the website is owned by Viable Cities and is subject to Swedish and international law. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use or distribution of the content of the website may violate copyright, trademark and/or other Swedish or international legislation and may be subject to legal action.

The contents of this site may not be modified, broadcast, reproduced, published, licensed, transferred or sold without the prior written consent of Viable Cities. The site may contain images that are the property of other copyright holders.


All links to the website should be to the front page unless otherwise agreed with the Viable Cities Information Officer. When linking, all material from the website should open in a separate window and should not be presented in conjunction with the brand name or logo of another website.

Privacy policy

Viable Cities is committed to your privacy. Please read the following to see what the privacy policy covers.

  • The policy is about how Viable Cities handles the personal information that Viable Cities receives and collects through the website. Personal information is information that can identify you, such as your name, address, e-mail address, phone number, logs from your browser, your IP address and cookie information and which is not publicly available elsewhere.
  • The policy does not address other companies/organizations that Viable Cities does not own or control, or others who are not employed by Viable Cities.
  • Viable Cities is not responsible for your privacy or the content of external websites, to which there may be links on the website.
    Viable Cities collects personal information such as name, e-mail address and other information voluntarily provided by the user.
  • Viable Cities automatically receives and stores information from your browser, such as IP address, cookie information and which page you visit, in our log files on our server.
  • Viable Cities uses the information for the following purposes: to improve website content, user statistics, to fulfill your requests for products and services, and to improve our services.
    Viable Cities does not sell the information to any third parties.


This website uses so-called cookies. According to the Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on July 1, 2011, everyone who visits a website with cookies must be informed that the website contains cookies and the purpose of their use.

A cookie is a small text file that the website you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give visitors access to various functions. The information in the cookie can be used to track a user's browsing activity.

There are two types of cookies. The first type saves a file for a longer period of time on your computer and exists to facilitate the activities of individual users. For example, it is used for functions that require the user to log in, register or order something from the website. Furthermore, cookies are used to measure the number of page views and visitors for our internal statistics system and for our external statistics provider. The information collected for statistics is anonymous and does not contain names, email addresses or any other information that can be linked to a specific person.
The second type of cookie is called a session cookie. While the visitor is browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in the cache of his or her computer, for example to keep track of the language selected.

Session cookies are not stored for a long time on your computer and disappear when you close your browser. This website uses both types of cookies to make it easier for you to use our pages.

Accept or refuse cookies

Each visitor can choose whether or not to accept cookies. Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but it is possible to change the settings so that they do not accept them or give the visitor a choice whether to accept or not. However, if the cookie function is turned off, you will not be able to make full use of the website.

Block all cookies cookies

Most browsers allow you to block all cookies. If you do not want to allow cookies, you can block them in your browser (the way you control cookies may vary slightly between different versions of browsers). If you use Internet Explorer, do the following: Go to Tools: Internet Options, the Privacy tab and click on Advanced, where you can choose whether to accept or reject cookies, or whether you want a prompt everywhere cookies are present.

Cookies used

_ga_*, _ga
Google Analytics sets these cookies to store and count page views, calculate visit, session and campaign data, and track site usage for the site's analytics report. Information is stored anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.
1 year and 1 month
These cookies are set by YouTube to track views of embedded videos, keep track of user preferences for YouTube videos embedded on websites, and determine whether the website visitor is using the new or old version of the YouTube interface.
Per session
CookieYes sets this cookie to remember users' consent preferences so that their preferences are respected on their subsequent visits to this website.
1 year

Update of the website policy

Viable Cities may revise this Website Policy at any time by updating it.

Contact us

If you have any questions or concerns about the content of this website policy, please contact our Information Officer by email