1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or other device when you visit a web page. For each of your visits, they will be sent back to our website or to another web page that identifies the cookie. With cookies, we can, for example recognize your device when you return to the page, remember your preferences and choices, improve your experience and adapt your potential ads to our website and other devices.
More information about cookies you are able to find from www.aboutcookies.org
2. COOKIES USED BY OUR SITE
We use different cookies on our site. Cookies can be divided by their duration or purpose.
We use both temporary and persistent cookies. Temporary cookies will only remain until you close your browser. We also use permanent cookies that will last longer, predetermined time.
Information about purpose-oriented cookies you will find below.
Some cookies are essential for our site's technical operation and use. These cookies do not collect information that could be used in marketing or remember sites chosen by the user.
Our performance-measuring cookies gather information on how users use our website (e.g. most used pages, possible error messages). These cookies do not collect user-identifiable information. These cookies are anonymous and are used only to improve the functionality of the websites.
With our functional cookies, our website remembers your choices (such as username, language or region) and offers better and more individual features.
Our pages also have buttons that make it easier to share content with different web environments and social media. If you use these buttons, the service that you have selected can set a cookie on your device. These cookies are not under our control. Further information about the use of third-party cookies will be available on third-party website.
Our website may accept cookies for these third-party services. These can be, for example, ads that are displayed via Facebook or Google services.
Our website uses Google Analytics cookies. The data collected by these cookies is transferred and stored on Google servers.
3. HOW COOKIES ARE MANAGED AND HOW TO REMOVE THEM?
Most of web browsers accept cookies, but normally you can change your browser settings and block new cookies, disable existing ones or request a notification before saving new cookies.
If you want your browser to block cookies, configure the settings according to your browser manufacturer's instructions (usually in the Help, Tools or Edit menu). For more detailed instructions, visit www.aboutcookies.org.
If you block or disable cookies, some of the functionality of our web pages may not work. Deleting a cookie or cookie class does not delete cookie from your browser, it must be done yourself through your browser.