1.2 At your first visit to the website, you will be asked to accept that we place one, or more, Cookies on your device. Your continuation of using the platform is also an acceptance of this. You can opt out of Cookies by following the guide below.
2.1 A Cookie is a short text file that is stored on your computer. Cookies allow us to:
3.1 We accept the following cookies, which you have accepted:
|Name||Type||Purpose||Third-party||Storage time||Read more|
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|_ga||HTTP Cookie||Used to distinguish the user||Google Analytics|
|_gid||HTTP Cookie||Used to distinguish the user||Google Analytics|
|_gat||HTTP Cookie||Used to limit the request rate (throttle)||Google Analytics|
|_hssc||HTTP Cookie||Keeps track of the user's session||HubSpot|
|_hssrc||HTTP Cookie||Check if it's a new session||Hubspot|
|_hstc||HTTP Cookie||Main cookie for tracking the visitor||HubSpot|
|_hubspotutk||HTTP Cookie||Keep track of a visitor's identity||HubSpot|
|_messagesUtk||HTTP Cookie||Keeps track of the specific visitor so it can retrieve message history if the visitor returns back||HubSpot|
4.1 You can turn off Cookies in your browser, including deleting your browser history. See how on http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering/.
4.2 If you choose to block or delete our Cookies, you might not be able to get access to functions on the platform, which can affect how the platform works.
4.3 You can always reject Cookies in your browser’s privacy settings.
5.1 In case you have questions regarding our cookies policy, you can contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 24/6-2019