1. Cookie Notice
2. What is cookie and other similar technologies
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, smartphone or other device that you use to visit websites. When you re-visit the site, it downloads your cookies. This is how the site remembers the user and adapts to him: automatically lets him into his personal account, collects statistics, creates personal recommendations.
Cookies by themselves do not work - they are only meaningful to the server that the user is accessing. At the time of the request, the site looks for a suitable cookie on the user's device, then examines the stored information and retrieves the data necessary for the session.
The main tasks for which cookies are used:
- Saving personal data during one session (name, login, email, password). Without a cookie, the user would have to log in after each page refresh.
Profile customization (language, geolocation, enabled features). If the user has customized the content of the page according to personal preferences, then upon a second visit, these settings are saved.
- Fixing user actions (reactions, activity, viewed products). The collected information is used by various services and online stores. For example, to remember the answer when voting, collect statistics or form a shopping cart.
User identification (type of device used, time of visit, number of pages viewed). With the help of these cookies, sites collect the necessary data about the behavior of visitors.
Cookies are also used to track user preferences. In the future, based on the information collected, relevant ads are selected and targeted.
We use two types of cookies on the site: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files that remain on the device until you leave the site. Persistent cookies remain on the device for a long time or until you manually delete them (how long a cookie remains on your device will depend on the length or "lifetime" of a particular file and your browser settings).
3. How to manage cookies
Most internet browsers are initially set to automatically accept cookies. At any time, you can change the settings of your browser in such a way as to block cookies or to warn you when they will be sent to your device (refer to the user guide for your particular browser). Disabling cookies may affect your browsing experience.
If you use multiple devices and / or browsers to access the Internet, the corresponding settings must be changed in each of them.
As a user of the website, you are granted the following rights when processing your personal data:
- Right of access - to know what information about them is stored and how it is processed;
- Right to rectification - to make changes to personal data if they are inaccurate or incomplete;
- The right to be forgotten - to delete your personal data without the need to provide a specific reason;
- The right to limited processing - to block or prohibit the processing of your personal data.
- The right to data portability - save and reuse your personal data for your own purposes;
- Right to object - to object to the use of personal data. For example, for marketing purposes, scientific and historical research, etc.
4. Final provisions
At our sole discretion, we may change this Notice from time to time by posting a new version on the website.
If you have any questions, you can contact us using the following contacts: