Cookie policy

General information about cookies

Our online services use cookies to improve the user experience (tracking cookies) and to enable the functions included in the service (functional cookies). A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer for a specified period of time when you visit our website. You may disable cookies by changing your browser settings so that cookies are not stored during use. However, disabling cookies means that you may not be able to use all of the features of the website and have the best possible user experience. In some cases, it may completely prevent you from using the website.

Tracking cookies

Tracking cookies are used to collect statistics on the use of the site for monitoring and development of the site as well as planning of marketing. 

In addition, the website uses Google Analytics Demographics, which links information such as the user’s age, gender and interests to the user’s tracking information. You can change the settings related to the collection of this information on your personal Google account.

You can disable Google Analytics by downloading the opt-out browser add-on (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/).

Functional cookies

The functional domains of the web service that require a user login or other authentication require a cookie to work. A functional cookie stores the necessary information about the user. The cookie is deleted at its deadline or when the user logs out.

Other tags

When you use the online service, certain identifiers are stored of you in the log files of the server and the online service (e.g., IP address, pages opened, files downloaded and any error conditions during use). In addition, information is collected about the user interface of the site (records, hot map data, form data usage). This information is collected for the monitoring and improvement of the service as well as the continuous improvement of fault tolerance and security.

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