Use of cookies

We use cookies on this website. By using our website you agree to this policy as well as our use of cookies as it appears in this policy.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file stored in your browser to recognize your computer on subsequent visits. Cookies can contain text and number. There is no personal information stored in our cookies and they can not contain viruses.

The cookies we use can remain on your computer after you close your browser (these cookies are called “Persistent cookies”), while others are deleted after 30 min. or when the browser is closed (“Session cookies”).

Cookies on this website:

  • We use both Session Cookies and Persistent Cookies on this website.

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • Improving the website’s user-friendliness
  • Administration of the website

Overall, we use cookies for the purpose of website’s management as well as for improvement of user-friendliness. Our Content Management System (CMS) saves cookies so that administrators can log in and modify website’s content.

Cookies do not collect information that can identify you as a person. Also, cookies give us no access to your computer or your personal information.

Google analytics

One Prediction uses cookies from Google Analytics for statistical purposes to improve the usability of our website, but also to gain knowledge about how many visitors we have. The generated information is used to compile statistical reports about the usage of our website. We can also see which pages users visit, and how long they stay on the specific page. It gives us a better overview of which pages work and which need improvements. Google saves and uses that information. You can click here to read Google’s privacy policy.


One Prediction also uses cookies from CloudFlare. CloudFlare is an online tool that speeds up and protects millions of websites, APIs, SaaS services, and other properties connected to the Internet. CloudFlare cookie (_cfduid) is used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis. For example, if the visitor is in a coffee shop where there are a bunch of infected machines, but the specific visitor’s machine is trusted (e.g. because they’ve completed a challenge within your Challenge Passage period), the cookie allows us to identify that client and not challenge them again. It does not correspond to any user ID in your web application and does not store any personally identifiable information. You can click here to read CloudFlare’s privacy policy.

How can I avoid the use of cookies?

Most browsers automatically accept cookies. However, regardless of which browser you use, you can set it not to save cookies. For some browsers, you can also set it to apply only to certain websites. Such as actions may in some cases prevent you from using certain features on this website.

How do I delete cookies?

You can delete the cookies from the settings in your browser. By visiting you can read more about cookies and find instructions on how to delete your cookies in different browsers.