Information about cookies
When you open a website or applications, some data related to the pages visited may be stored on the device that was used to access the website, in so-called cookies.
Cookies are text files that, depending on your settings, can be stored on the hard disk of a device (computer, tablet, mobile phone, or other device with Internet access),
when you open a website or click on an advertisement.
Cookies are used to identify the user of the site and the device on which they are stored, and are valid for a limited time.
There are several types of cookies, here is a brief description of them:
- Technical cookies
Such cookies are required to navigate through the pages of the site and to access the products and services offered. They are used to:
Such cookies should not be disabled.
- optimize the presentation of the site according to your preferences and device parameters (preferred language, screen resolution, operating system);
- provide you with access to pages with personal data (a user account or content intended only for you) based on the information you provided when creating your account;
- Save certain information related to the forms you filled out on the site;
- collect statistics on site visits and usage;
- Take certain security measures.
- Cookies to measure audience
These cookies are used to estimate the number of people who access different types of content.
In addition, these cookies are used to identify potential problems navigating the site and thereby improve its usability.
Such cookies are used only to collect anonymous statistical data and do not contain information about specific visitors.
- Cookies for partners and social networks
Such cookies allow you to share the content of the site or your opinion about it with other people.
Third-party applications can integrate into the site a number of buttons that can create cookies of this type. This applies, for example, to the "Like" and "Share" buttons on Facebook,
as well as the buttons "Twitter", "YouTube" and others.
Social networks that provide such a button can use the appropriate application to identify you,
even if you do not press this button.
Button applications of this type allow the corresponding social network to learn about your activity on the site during periods when this social network is enabled on your device (there is an open session).
We recommend reading the privacy rules of such social networks.
These privacy rules will allow you to decide your preferences for cookies on a particular social network and, in particular,
set the appropriate settings for your account.
- Advertising cookies
These cookies collect information about your preferences in order to make advertising more relevant, based on your interests.
These cookies also help limit the number of ad impressions and evaluate the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.
Such cookies may be placed by third parties, including advertising networks.
These cookies remember which sites you visited, and this information may be passed on to other organizations, such as advertisers.
You can control the use (permission or blocking) of cookies by means of browsers (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.).
You can enable or disable all mentioned cookies or some of them at any time.
You can accept or block cookies as they are created, or block all cookies at once.
Each browser manages cookies in its own way. An explanation of cookie settings can be found in the help of the respective browser.