Our ser­vices (*any­graaf.net and* any­graaf.fi) us­es cook­ies to pro­vide high qual­i­ty user ex­pe­ri­ence. We al­so use 3rd. par­ty ser­vices us­ing cook­ies to get in­for­ma­tion how peo­ple nav­i­gates on our ser­vices.

Any da­ta can­not be tracked to in­di­vid­ual vis­i­tor. Cur­rent­ly those ex­ter­nal ser­vices are fol­low­ing https://poli­cies.google.com/pri­va­cy/part­ners

We might al­so have so­cial me­dia share but­tons on our ser­vices and us­ing those, cook­ies that we can’t af­fect might be cre­at­ed on your com­put­er. More in­for­ma­tion about cook­ies can be found from google with search term “what is cook­ie”.

In short, cook­ies are al­most as old tech­nique as In­ter­net. So, if You have pre­vi­ous­ly used our ser­vices we have prob­a­bly al­ready cre­at­ed cook­ies on your com­put­er and it means there’s noth­ing new You should be wor­ried about. In­ter­net can be a harm­ful place, but cook­ies are not the worst thing You should waste think­ing re­sources. If still for some rea­son be­ing ex­tra care­ful suits You best, feel free to dis­able cook­ies by nav­i­gat­ing to Your In­ter­net brows­er set­tings and You still can use our ser­vices al­most as well as cook­ies en­abled. There might be some func­tion­al­i­ties that does not work any­more but it is the price tag for be­ing Cook­ie hys­ter­i­cal. More in­for­ma­tion about dis­abling cook­ies can be found from google by search term “how to dis­able cook­ies”

All changes for our cook­ie pol­i­cy are in­formed on this page.