Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy is effective from 6st January 2021.

The Cookie Policy is an integral part of the Privacy Policy of the Internet website, available under the unique domain name (hereinafter referred to as the Website). Our Cookie Policy is fully compliant with the rules and regulations of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).

Cookies are small files or parts of a file stored on the computer or mobile device of an Internet user (hereinafter referred to as the User) who has visited the Website. They are made up of letters and numbers and are stored in the browser that is used to browse the Internet. These files allow you to save information about the User's behavior on the Internet and may also contain data about the User's identifier, their personalized settings, and the history of visited pages.

By accepting the Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy of the Website, at the time of registration on the Website, the User gives their unconditional consent to the Administration to use cookies. The User's visit to the Website using a browser that accepts cookies is also regarded as an expression of the User's consent that the Administration can use cookies.

Cookies cannot be used to transmit viruses or launch programs. When the User visits the Website, a cookie is sent to their Internet browser and stored on the storage device (HDD, SSD, and others) of the User's computer.

The User has the ability to independently block the use of cookies in the settings of their browser used to visit the Website.

The Website, using the User's cookies, receives the following information: IP address, the address of the website from which the User went to the Website, information about the pages visited on the Website, as well as some other technical data.

All information received is used strictly for the following purposes:

  • analysis of traffic and traffic sources to the Website – necessary to improve the Website to make it more convenient for Users;
  • monitoring access to ensure the security of the Website and detect potentially dangerous access to it.

All this data is needed for statistics; they are all anonymous. The collected data is not passed on to third parties and is not used for any action that would require further compliance with the GDPR or opt-out.

If the Website User does not agree with the use of cookies, they can block this function in the settings of their browser.

By continuing to browse the website, you agree to our use of cookies. Read more