During your first visit to our Website you will be informed of principles and options of using cookies.
You change your settings at any time.
If you do not want us to use this type of files, you should adjust your browser settings accordingly or refuse to use this Website.
We may unilaterally amend this Policy by updating this page.
You should periodically view this page to make sure that you agree with possible changes.
Cookies are used for:
- customization of the Website pages in accordance with the User's preferences and Website optimization, (and, specifically, these files allow for identification of your device) and, respectively, for viewing of the Website page in accordance with your individual preferences;
- generation of statistics which helps to understand how Users use our Website, which allows to improve its structure and content;
- maintenance of the session initiated by the Website User (after logging in), which eliminates the need to repeatedly enter login and password on each page.
Thus, cookies do not compromise your device and allow us to provide you with the fastest and best navigation (their designation may vary from authentication to ensure storage of information about user configuration on this server etc.) on the pages of our Website. Usually, significant number of cookies can be found in each user browser and sometimes they can be saved for a long time.
Two different types of cookies are used on our Website: "temporary" (session cookies)
and "permanent" (persistent cookies).Temporary cookies
Social media cookies:
This Website may contain the plug-ins of social media, such as Facebook, in order for you to share the content of those sites in such social media. If you use these components, these social media may also place cookies in your browser for advertising purposes.
This Website also uses web beacons (which are also called pixels, pixel tags or GIFs).
Web beacons are small graphic files (GIF files of 1x1 in size) which embed into Web-pages or electronic messages in HTML format and usually remain invisible for users. Usually, web beacons are used in combination with cookies and allow for tracking the interaction of users with the website or newsletters. For example, we can use web beacons to determine whether a user has opened an e-mail message or followed a specific link, to determine trends and individual use patterns and generate website statistics.3. Management of cookie transmission and receiptIn many cases, software for viewing web-pages (web-browser) by default allows for storage of cookies on your device. You can at any time amend the cookie settings. These settings can be amended through the browser settings. Detailed information about the opportunities and methods of cookie transmission are available in the software (web-browser) settings.
Please note that switching off the support of cookies that are used by us may impact the functionality of our Website.