Cookies are small text files that are generated upon request from your browser to our web server and stored on your device. Usually, their goal is to be able to identify your device and its behavior when visiting our sites.
Why are cookies used? Cookies "are used to collect anonymous user information on the site, helping to:
- to distinguish you from other users;
- Collect information related to your web site preferences to optimize the performance of our site;
- to make your surfing easier.
There are two types of cookies - permanent and temporary (session cookies). - Session cookies are temporarily stored on your computer when you visit our site but are deleted when you close the page.
Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer or mobile device until they are removed (deleted) by you or expired.
Manage cookies and how can you opt out of a consent already granted for their use?
This can be done from your browser settings. Most browsers allow you to manage cookies yourself, including accepting or rejecting all cookies or accepting only some cookies.
To find out how to manage cookies, visit the Help or Browser Settings section.
List of types of cookies used:
Cookies that take care of the presentation of our site - these are cookies that contain information about browser identification, improved information speed, faster information sharing. Shelf life - 24 months.
Site security cookies - these are cookies for:
preserving the unique session identifier of the user;
storage of login status information. (login status).
protection against external and malicious attacks These cookies are valid until the end of the session.
Functional - Keeps information about whether the user has accepted the cookie terms. It is stored within the session.
More information about Google Analytics can be found here:
Google has functionality that helps prevent site visits from being sent to Google Analytics. The add-on to your browser is called - Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. We consider its use to be of legitimate interest.