Cookie policy

Updated: 6.4.2021

The Baltic Jazz website uses cookies. By clicking “Accept”, you agree to our use of cookies. Cookies make the use of our website easy, fast and user-friendly.

A cookie is a small text file that the internet browser saves on the user’s device. Cookies are set on the user’s device only from the website loaded by the user. Only the server that saved 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 access programmes or spread malware. The user cannot be identified by cookies alone.

Cookies are used to track website activity, enhance the website experience and improve our marketing and communication efforts. We use both session cookies and persistent cookies. Some third-party tools or plug-ins that are necessary for the operations of the service are also in use. Such tools might include social media or video services embedded on the site, or social media sharing and liking functionalities. In addition, such third-party plug-ins may collect information about the users of the online services, for example, to recommend content or monitor the number of visitors.

When you so wish, you can prevent your browser from using cookies, remove saved cookies or request your browser to notify you about new cookies. You can find instructions for removing cookies at: www.aboutcookies.org/ Preventing the use of cookies or removing them may prevent some of the functions on our website.

We reserve the right to update our cookie policy, for example, due to service development or to enforce legislation.

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