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.