Privacy Policy aims to provide a pleasant user experience for our site visitors, which is why we use cookies. Cookies help us to offer content of interest to users and to develop our services.

Summary is part of various advertising networks, and we use cookies on our site, among other things, to target advertising. Users can block or clear cookies via their browser settings or opt out of targeted advertising by visiting the opt-out pages of the partners used for advertising targeting. However, please note that this site is primarily funded by advertising. If we cannot present advertising tailored to the likely interests of the user, we may not be able to continue maintaining the site. By continuing to browse the sites after being provided with the information and given the options for influence, the user accepts the setting of cookies.

Cookies on this site

We may collect information about your device through cookies and similar technologies. A cookie is a small text file that the browser saves on your device. Cookies contain a unique, anonymous identifier that allows us to recognize and count the browsers visiting our site.

Cookies do not move around the internet by themselves; they are only placed on the user’s device along with the site visited by the user. Only the server that sent the cookie can later read and use the cookie. Cookies or other technologies do not harm the user’s device or files, and cookies cannot be used to run programs or spread malware.

Through cookies and other similar technologies, we collect information on how and when our site is used: for example, from which page the user has moved to our site, when and what web pages the user has browsed, what browser the user uses, what is the user’s screen resolution, the operating system and its version, and the IP address.

We use Google Analytics, among other services, to measure the use of our site. Information stored in cookies by Google’s tools (such as IP addresses) is sent and stored on Google servers around the world. Hence, such information may be processed on servers located outside the user’s country of residence. Google uses the information it collects to evaluate the user’s browsing habits on the site and to compile summary reports on site usage. In addition, Google prepares reports on services offered in conjunction with the sites and produces statistics on internet usage. Google can also customize the content of ads visible to users based on their previous browsing history. Google may also transfer information to third parties if required by law, or in cases where a third party processes the information on Google’s behalf. Google does not associate the user’s IP address with any other data held by Google.

Third-party cookies and social media plug-ins

First-party cookies are set by the site shown in the address bar. In addition to these, our services use third-party cookies, such as those of advertising networks, measurement and tracking service providers, advertising technology suppliers, and social media services.

Our site uses, among others, the following third-party cookies:

Our services may use social media plug-ins, such as Facebook’s like button. For example, Facebook’s social plug-ins may appear in some of our services, but their content comes directly from Facebook. When the user visits our service, the social plug-in recognizes that the user is logged into Facebook, and the page shows customized content in the plug-in, as if the user were on If the user is not logged into Facebook, the social plug-ins do not show customized content. Facebook may collect information about the user’s visit in accordance with its current privacy terms.

Our services may also contain links to sites other than those mentioned above, but we are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these external sites. We recommend reviewing the privacy terms of each site.

Purposes of use

On this site, cookies are used for the following purposes:

Advertising cookies: Cookies are used to analyze site usage, count user numbers, measure ad impressions, reach and conversion, and to target advertising. Additionally, with the help of our partners, we may create various target groups of site users. Target groups consist of information about a group that is expected to behave similarly or have similar features, such as those interested in sports (based on estimated interest), likely to buy a car or a new home (based on estimated intention), living in the capital region (based on estimated geographical location), or aged 20-30 (based on estimated age). Information related to a target group can be linked to a numerical identifier, such as a cookie or mobile identifier, but we cannot identify the user personally. Target group information can be shared with third parties who want to offer the user advertising that is likely to be of interest. These third parties can combine target group information describing users of our network with their own data to buy ad space from the site where visitors interested in the advertiser’s products or services are likely to visit.

Functional cookies: These cookies allow us to remember user choices, such as username, language, or region. We can also use functional cookies to provide other services, such as enabling video viewing on our site.

Social media cookies: Social media cookies are used to identify the user in social media services so that, for example, by pressing a button, they can share articles. These cookies can also be used to target advertising.

Options for influence

Private browsing: Private browsing (“Private Browsing”, “Incognito”, or “InPrivate”) allows the user to browse websites without storing information about the pages visited by cookies.

Creating a new cookie profile: Regularly clearing cookies from the browser changes the unique identifier, resetting the profile associated with the previous identifier.

Blocking cookies: Users can block cookies from their browser settings. Blocking the use of cookies may affect the functionality of our services.

Opting out of targeted advertising: Users can opt out of targeted advertising through choices listed on the pages of advertising networks.

Blocking the use of Google Analytics: Users can block the use of their site data by Google Analytics by installing a browser add-on to block Google Analytics here. This add-on prevents the Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) running on websites from sharing site visit information with Google Analytics.

Social media cookies: Social media service providers collect information through cookies as well as plug-ins and buttons about our services. The purpose and extent of data collection by social media service providers, the use of the data, and related rights, as well as information on changing privacy settings, are presented in the privacy terms of each social media service.

Cookie Expiry

We use session cookies, which expire when the user closes the web browser. We also use permanent cookies, which remain on the user’s device for a certain time or until the user deletes them. The expiry time of permanent cookies typically varies from a few months to a few years.

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