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How do we improve through "Cookies" and automatic data collection tools?

How we use automatic data collection tools

We use and allow certain other companies to use cookies, web beacons and other similar technologies ("automatic data collection tools") in connection with our Services. We do this to understand how you use our services and to improve your user experience.

More information about automatic data collection tools can be found at: .

What are cookies?

"Cookies" are text computer data stored in the user's browser, intended for use by web pages. This data makes it possible to identify the user's device and the correct behavior of a web page according to his individual preferences. "Cookies" usually contain the name of the website, the storage time on the end device and a unique number.

How do we use cookies? uses "cookies" to adapt the content of the page to the user's preferences and to optimize the use of the website. Through them, we also create anonymous statistics (about the user's behavior on the site) in order to improve the structure and content of the site. The goal is for to provide optimal results for you personally.

What cookies do we use? uses two types of "cookies" - "session" and "fixed". "Session" cookies are temporary files that remain on your device until you exit the website or deactivate the software with which you view the Internet pages (web browser). "Fixed" cookies are kept for the period specified in the "cookie" parameters or until they are manually removed by the user.

We describe all types of cookies in more detail here:

  • Types of cookies. Type - the need for the service:


Necessary - They are necessary for the proper functioning of the site or for a given functionality that the user wishes to use.

Functional - They are important to the performance of the service because:

  • serve to improve the functionality of the service and are intended to ensure a high level of functionality of the service.

  • are very important for service functions. Locking them will cause some processes to malfunction.

Business - They help to implement the business processes of the site. Blocking them will not prevent the full functionality of the site. Blocking them may result in a reduced level of discussion or support. This category includes, for example, "cookies" when conducting various marketing campaigns.


  • Types of cookies according to the time for which the cookies will be saved on the user's device:

Temporary cookies - Cookies placed during the stay on the site (session). They are deleted when the session is terminated.

Persistent cookies - These remain on the user's device for a certain period or without an expiration date.


  • Types of cookies according to origin - the administrator who manages cookies:

Cookies from the site - Cookies placed directly by the owner of the site.

External cookies - Cookies placed by third parties with the consent of the site owner.

  • Note: Cookies may be activated by the servers of a partner from another location - another country or even a different legal system. They may have other standard cookie policies other than those mentioned in this document.


  • According to the pursued goal:


Configuration of services - Use the settings, functions and other services of the site.

Service safety and reliability - Provide authentication capabilities and optimize site performance.

Verification - Provide information when the user is offline so that the site can retain relevant information and features.

Session state - Record information about how the user uses the site. These may include the most visited pages or error messages that appear on some pages. Cookies are used to store the so-called "session state" to help improve service and enhance browsing comfort.

Processes - Enable the smooth functioning of the site and its functions.

Advertising - Allow the display of advertisements and messages outside the platform on other sites that are more interesting to users, so that the content of the platform is as useful as possible.

Location - Allows customization of the information displayed about the user's location.

Analysis and research, audience audit - Allows the owner of the site to better understand the preferences of its users and, through the conducted analysis, to improve and develop the product and services. Typically, the site owner or research company collects anonymous information and process trend data without identifying individual users or their personal data.

"Cookies" and personal data

Personal data collected by cookies can only be used to implement specific functions on the site related to the user. Personal data is encrypted to prevent access by unauthorized persons.

Delete cookies and opt out

If you do not want to allow cookies at all or only want to use certain cookies, please check your browser settings. You can use your browser settings to withdraw consent to our use of cookies at any time, as well as to delete cookies that have already been accepted. The Help section menu of your browser or the website   contains detailed information about the cookie refusal process for different browsers.

Note that disabling certain cookies may limit your access to some features and parts of content on

To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics on our websites, use .

If you wish to opt-out of third-party cookies in relation to advertisements based on your interests, visit

What are web bookmarks?

A web beacon (also called a web beacon or clear GIF) is a transparent graphic image (typically 1 pixel x 1 pixel) that is inserted into online content, video, or email and allows a server to read a certain type of information from your device, such as when you viewed certain content or a specific email message.

When we use web bookmarks

We use and allow selected third parties to use web beacons (usually in combination with cookies) to aggregate information about your use of our website, your interactions via email or other means of communication, measure performance and offer you appropriate content and advertisements.

For example, we may insert web beacons into email messages or newsletters to determine whether our messages have been opened, acted upon, and whether our correspondence tools are functioning properly.

Opting out of web bookmarks

Because web bookmarks are the same as any other content request included in the creation of the web page, you cannot refuse or turn them off. You may have the option to disable web bookmarks in email messages by not downloading images contained in the messages you receive (this feature depends on the email software used on your personal computer). It should be noted that this action will not always override a web bookmark or other tools for automatically collecting data from an email message due to the specific characteristics of email software. For more information in this regard, see the information provided with your email software or service provider. Web bookmarks can be stopped in certain circumstances by turning off cookies or changing the cookie settings in your browser.

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