Cookie policy

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We use cookies on the website to ensure the best possible user experience. Cookies are used for a variety of purposes, including improving site functionality, analytics and targeting advertising.

What is a cookie? A cookie is a small file, usually composed of letters and numbers, that is loaded on computers when users visit a certain website. Cookies enable websites to recognize users' computers. More information about cookies can be found at

What are the different types of cookies? Session cookies enable websites to relate to user actions during a browser session. They are used for a variety of purposes, such as remembering what a user has put in a shopping cart while on a website. Session cookies may also be used for security purposes. Session cookies are deleted when the user leaves the site and are therefore not saved for a long time. Persistent cookies are stored on the user's computer and remember the user's choices or actions on the website.

First and third party cookies. It depends on the domain name of the site that makes the cookie whether it is considered a first- or third-party cookie. First-party cookies are basically cookies that are created on the website that the user visits. Third-party cookies are those created on a different domain than the one the user is visiting. Those who fear cookies and wish to disable them can do so in their browser settings. It should be noted that our website does not guarantee the accuracy or security of content on third-party websites.

Use of cookies by Bóksölu stúdenta

By accepting the Bóksölunnar terms on the use of cookies, the Bóksalan i.a. authorized to:

·       identify users who have previously visited the website and tailor search and service to the visitors in accordance with the identification,

·       to make it easier for users to navigate the website, for example by remembering previous actions,

·       to develop and improve the site's services by gaining insight into its use.

Student Bookseller also uses Google Analytics from Google. Analytics collects information anonymously and provides reports on website trends without identifying individual users or personal information. Google Analytics uses its cookies to track visitors' interaction with the website. Based on this, Bóksala stúdenta reserves the right to display advertisements to users through a remarketing system. The information is recorded with the help and use of cookies. Those who do not want to see such advertisements can disable the use of cookies.

Disable the use of cookies

Users can and are always allowed to set their web browser so that the use of cookies is stopped, so that they are not saved or the web browser asks for the user's permission first. Such changes may reduce the accessibility of certain pages of the website or the website as a whole.

Because there are many different web browsers, we have not provided instructions for all of them here, but you can visit for more information.

How long do cookies last on users' computers/smart devices?
Cookies are stored on users' computers for a maximum of 24 months from the user's last visit to the Student Bookstore website. ​

Handling of personal information by Bóksölu stúdenta

All personal information that may be generated during the use of cookies will be handled and processed by the provisions of Act no. 77/2000 on personal protection and processing of personal information. Bóksala stúdenta declares that such information will not be used for purposes other than those described above and that the information will not be kept longer than necessary. Personal information will not be provided to third parties unless otherwise required by law.

Contact details
If you would like more information, please contact us here: Phone: 5700777, Email: