Oxeon is the makers of TeXtreme®, this page includes the Copyright Policy and Internet Policy as well as general administrative information.
Oxeon respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask visitors to our website to do the same. Material available on our website may be protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws of Sweden and/or other countries. By using Oxeon’s website, you also agree to the terms in this copyright policy.
Oxeon’s website includes copyrighted material. Apart from any use as regulated below or as permitted under mandatory applicable copyright legislation (legal exemptions may apply to some extent for e.g. quotes), all rights are reserved.
All pictures available on Oxeon’s website are copyrighted by Oxeon or Oxeon’s collaboration partners. They may not be used in any context without an explicit, written permission from Oxeon.
However, high-resolution press images available in the pressroom may be used free of charge provided that all the following conditions are fulfilled: The images may only be used in a journalistic context
The copyright notice must remain as written
Oxeon or TeXtreme® trademarks must always be published with the following notice:
“TeXtreme® [and Oxeon] is [are] a registered trademark owned by Oxeon AB.”
Articles and Case Studies
All technical articles marked by ©Oxeon 20XX may be used in any journalist or business context (except for any context where Oxeon’s goodwill may be harmed), provided that the copyright notice remains as written and that the authors are named.
The copyright to all technical articles which are not marked by ©Oxeon 20XX are owned by third parties and may therefore not be used in any context without an explicit, written permission from Oxeon. The copyright to all case studies are owned by third parties, and may therefore not be used in any context without an explicit, written permission from Oxeon.
In case you have any questions about this policy, or wish to obtain permission to use any copyrighted material beyond what is stated in this policy, please contact us.
Oxeon’s website contains cookies. A cookie is a small text file, which is stored by the website on the visitor’s computer. Cookies are used by many websites in order to e.g. give the visitor access to various functions. The information contained in the cookie makes it possible to monitor a user’s surfing. There are two types of cookies: temporary and permanent cookies. Temporary cookies are stored temporarily in the memory of your computer and are erased when you close your web browser. Permanent cookies are stored for a longer time period on your computer. Oxeon uses temporary cookies only.
Information about cookies is regulated in the Electronic Communications Act (2008:389). To find out more about cookies and this act, please visit http://www.pts.se/en-gb/.
Information we collect and how we use it
Oxeon uses the Google Analytics tool in order to obtain information about who is visiting our website, what you are looking for, how our website is used, how you are getting to our website etc., which can be used to e.g. improve the contents, navigation and structure of our website. Furthermore, Oxeon uses the Google Webmaster Tools in order to keep track of the website’s position in Google search results, and how the website is shown at Google Search. The information which is generated by the use of these tools will be forwarded to Google and stored of Google at servers located in the USA. Google may transfer this information to third parties if this is required by applicable law or in case a third party handles the information on behalf of Google. No other cookies from third parties are used by Oxeon.
When you access Oxeon’s website, servers used by us automatically record information such as your web request, browser type, browser language, date and time etc. Oxeon also calculates the number of users and traffic. By understanding how our website is used, we can use this information in order to develop and improve our website so that functionality increases.
Oxeon uses statistics in collected or aggregated format about users, traffic and internet service providers. Such statistics however, never contain any kind of personal information such as e.g. names, e-mail addresses or any other information which can be connected to a particular person.
Databases accessible to us, which store behavior on our website, do not include any IP addresses. Therefore, information about website behavior can never be linked to your personal identity.
How to avoid cookies
Most web browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can change the settings in your browser in order to disable or prompt cookies. If wish to find out how to disable or prompt cookies, or if you wish to delete previously stored cookies, please use the help section for your web browser in order to find out how.
If you choose not to accept cookies, this may impact the functionality of our website.
This policy may be amended in order to follow compulsory applicable laws and our own practices for the collection and management of data. This version was updated 2014-06-10.