What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer by websites that you visit. Cookies send information to websites so that your settings and preferences are recognised. Cookies are widely used to make websites perform more efficiently, as well as to provide information on visitors’ preferences.
What kind of cookies do we use?
These cookies are an integral part of the website, without which it does not function properly. These cookies help you navigate our website and use its main functions. They let you create a user account and log in, for example. The website ceases to function properly if indispensable cookies are blocked.
Cookies that facilitate functionality
These cookies help the website memorise your choices, such as your language preference, and thereby provide improved and personalised functionality.
Cookies that monitor the performance of the website
These cookies collect data on how and how often the website is used by visitors. This data is only used to develop the website.
Targeted (advertising) cookies
These cookies collect data on your browsing habits, which in turn helps the website display advertising content related to your interests.
Websites may, among other things, contain elements (content or links of its partners’ websites) which store cookies on behalf of third parties. Unfortunately, we do not control these cookies. You should see the cookie list of the particular third party to find more information about such cookies.
How to manage your cookie settings?
Most web browsers let you manage cookies through their own settings. Therefore, you must change your web browser settings to delete or block cookies.
You must remember that some functions of a particular website may no longer be available if you block cookies.
Visit www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.com/ee to get more information about cookies, see what cookies have been stored on your computer, and how to manage or delete these cookies.