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Cookie Policy

1. What is a cookie and why are they used?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user's terminal device (computer, tablet, or phone) when using websites. Cookies tell, for example, what kind of device the online service is used on, and whether the site has been visited before. Cookies enable many functionalities typical of modern websites and are used to improve the site's user experience and services. The purpose of cookies is not to damage the terminal device, and they do not read other data from the device's hard drive or spread viruses.
We use cookies to track user activity on our website in order to improve our services, the operation of our website, and our marketing. By allowing tracking and analytics cookies, you let us use the generated information to develop the site's functionality. Some of the cookies we use are related to the operation of the site, and their deletion could cause the whole site or part of it not to function as intended. In addition, we use cookies to target advertising based on site visits, for example, on social media and other third-party websites.


2. The types of cookies we use

Necessary cookies
Some cookies are necessary to provide the core functions of the website. The website will not work properly without these cookies, which are enabled by default and cannot be deleted.

Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies are used to develop the website by collecting and reporting information about the use of the website. This improves the user experience of the website.

Marketing cookies
Marketing cookies are used to track website visitors to make marketing relevant and interesting.


3. Blocking all cookies

If you want to block the use of cookies completely, you can do so by changing your browser settings. You can find more detailed instructions in the instructions of the browser you are using.
Please note that restricting cookies can negatively affect the functionality of the website.