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When you visit our website, cookies store information about it. A cookie is a small text file that a browser stores on a visitor's device. There are two main types of cookies, session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies will be removed from your device as soon as you close your browser. Permanent cookies will remain stored until they are deleted separately or they expire.

Cookies are used for measuring and research purposes to determine the type and amount of use of service. This will help us improve the usability of our site and identify the most interesting areas on our site. We use Google Analytics to track our website visits. Google Analytics cookie information is stored for 38 months.

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • To collect data from a visitor using Google Analytics
  • To enable content sharing with social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube)

Google Analytics cookies store the following information about the visitor:

  • IP-address
  • Which pages you visit
  • How long you stay on our site; determining the start and end pages of the visit
  • By what means you've reached our site
  • What links you clicked

In accordance with Information Society Code (917/2014), the cookies used on this site are used in a way that does not violate the privacy of the visitor. Cookie authentication is not used to link a visitor to a personal or contact information. Cookies are not used to view or copy data from a visitor's terminal. The information gathered by cookies is sent back to us without any personal information so that we can track trends in the use of our site.

The user may choose to disable the use of cookies in his browser settings, but the operation may cause the pages to fail and is not recommended. For more detailed instructions on how to remove cookies, please refer to your browser's instructions.

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