The following agreement applies to the Site’s policies regarding personal information provided to the Site administration by Users.
1. Introduction .
2. Information for Users
The information we collect through cookies helps us to provide you with our services in a way that is most useful to you, and may also help us to understand our visitors.
A cookie is a small amount of data, often including a unique, anonymous identifier, sent to your browser by a site, which is stored on your computer’s hard drive. Each site can send its own cookies to your computer if your browser settings allow it. At the same time (to protect your privacy), your browser only allows sites to access your own cookies, but does not allow them to use the same cookies left by other sites.
Cookies store information about your online preferences. Users can set up their computers to automatically accept all cookies, or to receive a warning each time a site tries to write its own cookie to the user’s hard drive, or not accept any cookies at all. The latter option means that some personal services cannot be provided to users, and users who choose this setting will not be able to fully access all parts of the Site.
Every browser is unique, so consult the “help” function of your browser to learn how to configure cookies.
Cookies are widely used by site owners to make their sites work or to improve performance and analytical information.
The site and its service providers may use different types of cookies on their websites:
Strictly Necessary Cookies. These cookies are necessary for the Site to work correctly, they allow Users to move around the Site and use its features. These cookies do not identify Users as individuals. If Users do not agree to use this type of cookie, it may affect the performance of the Site, or its components.
Performance, efficiency and analytics cookies. These files help us understand how Users interact with the Site by providing information about the areas they have visited and the amount of time they have spent on the site, as well as these files show problems in the performance of the Internet resource, such as error messages. This helps to improve the performance of the site. Analytics cookies also help us measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns and optimize the content of our sites for those who are interested in our ads. This type of cookie cannot be used to identify you. All information that is collected and analyzed is completely anonymous.
Unctionality cookies. These cookies are used to recognize Users returning to the Site. They allow the content of the Site to be individually tailored to Users. If Users block this type of cookie, it may affect the performance and functionality of the Site and may limit access to content on the Site.
Advertising cookies. These files record information about a User’s online activities, including visits to sites and pages, as well as data about the links and advertisements that Users have chosen to view. One purpose is to reflect the content on the Websites that is most relevant to Users. Another is to ensure that advertising or other information can be presented in a way that more closely matches the User’s interests.
4.Collection and Use of Information
Cookies are used for a variety of purposes, including:
- Facilitate itself and third parties to obtain information about Users’ visits to the Site.
- Analyze information about Users’ page visits to improve the Site.
- Provide advertising, messages, and content created by us and third parties on the Site and on other people’s sites, taking into account the User’s interests.
- Assist User in obtaining necessary information.
- Determine the number of visitors and how they use our Site – to improve the effectiveness of the Site and to best understand the interests of their audience.
5. Cookie retention period
Some cookies last from the time you log in to the site until the end of that particular browser session. When you close your browser, these cookies become obsolete and are automatically deleted. These cookies are called “session cookies.
Some cookies also stay on your device between browsing sessions – they do not expire when you close your browser. These cookies are called “persistent cookies. The retention period for persistent cookies on your device varies from cookie to cookie. We and other companies use persistent cookies for various purposes, such as to determine how often you visit or return to our sites, how your use of the Site changes over time, and to measure the effectiveness of advertising.
Cookies may be placed on your device by the Site administration. These cookies are called “native cookies. Some cookies may be placed on your device by other operators. These cookies are called “third party” cookies.
Advertisements may be provided to you based on the nature of your online or mobile activities, your search activities, your responses to one of our advertisements or emails, the pages you have visited, your geographic region or other information. These advertisements may appear on our site or on third party sites. The technology partners with whom we cooperate and who help us run advertisements tailored to your interests may be members of self-regulatory associations. You may also see third-party advertisements on this site depending on what pages you visit, what activities you perform on our site and on other sites.
7. Use of Web Tracking and Cookies
We use software to determine the number of users who visit our website and the regularity of their visits. We do not use software to collect personal data or IP addresses of individuals. The data is used solely anonymously in aggregate form for statistical purposes as well as for website development.
We do not create an individual profile of your online activities. The content of permanent cookies is limited to an identification number. Name, e-mail address, IP address, etc. are not stored.
There is an exception: Google Analytics cookies.
Google Analytics cookies may be used in small amounts. These cookies use the IP address to recognize the user, but do not personally identify the user. In other words, the information is collected anonymously. Cookies collect information about how Users use the Site, this information is then used to report and help us the Site.
Alternatively, you can opt-out of Google Analytics cookies to track your activity on all websites by clicking on the following link: Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on (http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout).
8. Third Party Cookies
Information Sharing Tools
The Site uses information sharing buttons that allow visitors to bookmark the page and share its content on their favorite social networks. When you click on one of these buttons, the social media sites you choose to share with may create a cookie. The site has no control over the use of these cookies, so you should check with the relevant third-party website for more information.
Third-party cookies in embedded content
Please note: As you may notice, when you visit some pages of our websites, cookies are created that are not Site related. When you visit a page with content inserted from, for example, YouTube or Vimeo websites, these service providers may create their own cookies in your browser. The site has no control over the use of these cookies and cannot access them because of the way cookies work – only the party who originally created them has access to them. Look for more information about these cookies on third-party websites.
We use web analytics services such as Yandex.Metrika, GoogleAnalytics, Woopra, Piwik to help us understand how people use our websites and thereby ensure their relevance, usability, and relevance of content. These services use data collection technologies such as web beacons. Web beacons are small electronic images that set cookies, count visits and rate the usage and effectiveness of a website. In turn, this information helps us understand what information visitors to our sites are interested in and provides personalized content for our websites. Web beacons are anonymous and do not contain or collect any personally identifying information.
The information is anonymous and used solely for statistical purposes. Web analytics data and cookies cannot be used to identify you, as they never contain personal information, including your name or email address.
9. Managing cookies
You may use our Site without cookies. You can disable cookies, limit their creation to specific websites or set your browser to notify you when cookies are sent. You can also delete cookies from your PC’s hard drive at any time (file: “cookies”). Please note: if you do so, the display of pages and site guides will be limited.
Most browsers allow you to control most cookies to some extent through your browser settings.
Not all visitors to our site use web browsers. For example, some users access websites or applications from mobile devices. If this is the case, disabling cookies or changing web browser settings may not be possible.
To opt out of tracking your activity on all websites through Google Analytics, visit: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Most web browsers are initially set to automatically accept cookies. You can change the settings so that the browser blocks cookies or warns you when a cookie is sent to your device. There are several ways to manage cookies. Please refer to your browser’s instructions to learn more about how to adjust or change your browser settings.
If you disable cookies, it may affect the User’s online experience. If User uses different devices to browse and access the Site (e.g., computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), User should ensure that each browser on each device is configured to work with cookies.