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To ensure the full potential of this website, to enable further development, and to improve your browsing experience, this website uses cookies to store information on your computer. Over 90 percent of all websites use cookies, and according to the European Union Regulations dated March 25th, 2011, the user has to agree before cookie storage. By using this website, you agree to use cookies. If you do not wish to accept cookies, you can still browse this website, but with limited options.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a string of information stored on your computer by the host website. Cookies usually include your choices and your website settings, such as preferred language or address. Later, when you revisit the website, browser sends back this website's cookies. This allows the website to show information according to your preferences.

Cookies can include wide range of data, including personal information (such as your name or e-mail address). However, this information can be stored only if you allow it - the website cannot gain access to the information you have not provided and cannot access other files on your computer. Default cookie storage and sending activities are not visible to the user. However, you can change your browser settings and choose whether to accept or reject cookies, whether to delete stored cookies automatically at the end of the browser session, etc.

How to disable cookies?

By disabling cookies, you decide whether to store cookies on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your browser. For more information on cookie settings, choose your browser.

Should you disable cookies, some of the HNS website options will not be available.

What are session cookies?

Session (temporary) cookies are deleted at the end of a browser session. Websites use session cookies to store temporary data, such as shopping items in cart.

What are persistent cookies?

Persistent cookies are stored on your computer after closing the browser. Websites use them to store data such as usernames and passwords, in order to avoid repeated log-ins when revisiting. Persistent cookies can be stored for days, months or even years.

What are first party cookies?

First party cookies are issued by the host website, and can be either persistent or temporary. These cookies allow websites the storage of data to be used when revisiting.

What are third party cookies?

Third party cookies are issued by advertising companies through pop-up ads or other advertisements at other websites you visit. These cookies allow tracking the internet activities for marketing purposes.

Does the HNS website use cookies?

Yes, with the primary goal of improving user experience.

What cookies does the HNS website use and why?

  • Session cookies - these are temporary cookies that expire and are automatically deleted at the end of a browser session.
  • Persistent cookies - they usually have an expiry date in distant future and are stored on your computer until expiry or deletion. They are therefore used to understand the user preferences and tailor services accordingly. The information is anonymous - the personal user information is not visible.

Are there third party cookies at the website?

There are several external services that store limited cookies on user's computer. These cookies are not enabled by this website, however, some of them allow full functionality of certain options, which in turn allow easier access to users. At this moment, we allow:

Social networks

Sharing articles on social networks enables user's cookies.

Number of visitors

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More information on disabling cookies

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