The website of Maritime Centre Vellamo uses cookies to monitor the use of the website and provide personalised content, among other things. Cookies enable us to analyse and develop the website as well as our communications and serve our customers better. The information collected with the cookies is also used to create advertising based on the interests of website visitors. The cookie-based advertising does not identify website visitors, and any relevant data is never linked to any personal data collected in other contexts. Users of our website cannot be identified based on the cookies.

You can prevent the use of cookies in the browser, but this may detract from the functionalities of the online service and prevent certain functions entirely. It is likely that your browser accepts cookies by default, but you can also block them in your browser’s settings. For more information, read the operating manual of the browser provider.

The website provides a Google Analytics tracking code which collects anonymous statistics on website visitors. This is based on technical information provided by the browser and internet connection and does not personalise any individual. In addition to technical statistics, the demographic and topic-specific statistics collected by Google Analytics include personal target group information such as age, gender and interests. The information for the reports comes from DoubleClick’s third-party cookies.

The reports indicate the number of website visitors over a specific period and any variation in their behaviour. If a cookie is not linked to a specific website visitor, the target group information and topics cannot be derived from the statistics. We use the target group and topic reports we collect to plan subject areas that interest our visitors. If you wish, you can block the use of Google Analytics with a browser add-on.

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What are cookies?

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Are cookies harmful?

Cookies do not harm your computer, files or internet access? They are conventional text files which cannot contain viruses. In addition, the files are small in size to prevent them from taking up too much of your computer’s memory even if you enable their use. Cookies do not enable anyone to examine information on your computer’s hard drive.

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