Use of Cookies

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What are cookies?

Cookies are small bits of information sent with a website that is stored on your computer. The internet client (usually a web browser) sends this data to the web site by means of an HTTP request everytime it attempts to open the corresponding website. It really is used to store data on the user's site.
Cookies are small files stored on your desktop by a browser (for example, Ie, Firefox, Chrome or Opera) on the request of the website you are browsing. This enables the page you're viewing to remember certain details about you, such as for example your settings and history. Additionally, it may keep carefully the activity of the logged-in user, which means you won't have to enter your login and password through your next visits.

Our use of cookies

  • Necessary cookies. These types of cookies are essential for the website to work properly, they allow users to navigate the web site and use its features. If an individual doesn't accept the usage of such files, it could affect the performance of the web site or its components.
  • Cookies that improve performance, efficiency, and analytics. These files help to know how users connect to the website, providing information about those areas that they visited and the quantity of time they used on this site. These files also indicate problems in the operation of Internet resources, such as error messages. This helps to improve the internet site. Analytics cookies also help in measuring the potency of promotional initiatives and optimizing the content of the website. This kind of cookie cannot be used to recognize you. All information that is collected and analyzed is completely anonymous.
  • Cookies that improve functionality. These files are used to recognize users returning to the website. They allow individual choice of internet site content for an individual. If an individual blocks this sort of file, it might affect the performance and functionality of the web site and restrict access to content on this internet site.
  • Cookies employed for marketing purposes. These files store details about the user's activities on the web, like the number of views of websites and bookmarks, as well as details about links and advertising that users have plumped for to browse. One of their goals is to display content that's most user-oriented on websites. The second goal is always to supply the chance for advertising and other information according to customer preferences.

Deleting cookies

You are able to turn off the storage of cookies, limit their creation by specific websites or put in a notification about sending cookies to your browser. You can also delete files from your own computer's hard disk drive whenever you want. However , if you opt to block cookies (including the mandatory ones), you will not have the ability to access the website or part of it, or the display of pages will be limited or incorrect.

Removal instructions for different browsers

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  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Safari
  • Opera