Cookies Policy

By visiting the website, the visitor must give consent to the use of cookies installed by the resource and third parties, as well as the use of other technologies for tracking actions on the service to ensure its correct operation.

A cookie is a text file/files with a small amount of data that the web browser receives and stores on the user’s device - a personal computer, mobile phone, or other device that the visitor uses to access the site. Cookies can be eternal (permanent) and stored on the user’s device until deleted, or temporary (session), stored only until the browser is closed. Also, cookies are classified into basic (generated directly by the site) and third-party (use other web resources).

Most browsers support cookies, but users can set their browsers to reject certain or specific cookies. In addition, users can delete cookies at any time.

What Are Cookies For?

We use cookies to learn how you interact with our website content and to improve your experience when you visit our website. We may use information about your website behavior to present you with our targeted advertising materials on third-party websites as “remarketing” to our product.

What Types of Cookies do we use?

  1. Only Necessary Files: Intended for the visitor’s navigation through the web portal and during the use of specific services, for example, for accessing protected pages, registration and authorization, searching on the website. They are needed to save the user’s previous actions when navigating to a page in the same session. Without these files, the functioning of the web portal is impossible.

  2. Operating Files: Combine information about how the resource is used. Information is stored on the user’s equipment between web browser sessions. Examples of data can be the time spent on the service, the most visited pages and sections of the site, the effectiveness of advertising and marketing campaigns. All information collected using operational cookies is used for statistical and analytical purposes.

  3. Functional Files: They are permanent and provide an opportunity to personalize the content of the site in accordance with the established preferences of the client. The files in this category analyze the actions of the visitor during the session and do not contain personal data to personally identify users.

  4. Target Files: It is used to track the client’s movements between pages in order to display interesting and relevant advertisements for him. Target files also limit the number of times a marketing action/advertisement is served. In this way, the company has the opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of marketing or advertising campaigns.

To disable the automatic acceptance of cookies, it is enough to use the help function in a specific browser. Most often, it is placed in the menu or activated by pressing the F1 button. It is important to remember that for browsers of mobile devices, the cookie settings system may differ, and disabling them may lead to restriction of access to the content of the resource, and to poor performance of web portal services.

If the user does not enable the acceptance of cookies or specifically deletes all files from his browser, then during the next visit to the resource, the user will be sent a repeated offer to enable and use files. All user data obtained through cookies is not for sale and is not publicly available, and is the property of the organization that owns the website.