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Cookies policy

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  1. The service does not automatically collect any information except for the information contained in cookies.
  2. Cookies ("cookies") are computer data, especially text files, that are stored in the User's terminal and are intended for use on the Service's Web site. Cookies usually include the name of the web site from which they came from, their retention time on the end device, and a unique number.
  3. Cookies and access to them are the owner of the site - the contact information in the "contact" tab.
  4. Cookies can be used to:
    1. Customize the content of the website of the Website to your preferences and optimize the use of the website. In particular, these files allow you to recognize your User's device and display a web page tailored to your individual needs;
    2. Create statistics that help you understand how Webmasters use websites to improve their structure and content;
    3. Maintaining the User's Service session (after logging in), so that the User does not have to re-enter the login and password on each page of the Service;
  5. Within the Service, two main types of cookies are used: "session cookies" and "persistent cookies". "Session" cookies are temporary files that are stored on your end user device until you log out, leave the web site, or disable the software (web browser). "Permanent" cookies are stored in the user's terminal for the time specified in the cookie parameters or until the user deletes them.
  6. The following types of cookies may be used within the Service:
    1. "Necessary" cookies, which allow you to use the services available within the Service, such as authenticating cookies used for services requiring authentication under the Service;
    2. Secure cookies for security purposes, such as those used to detect fraud within the scope of Authentication within the Service;
    3. "Performance" cookies, to collect information about how to use the Website of the Service;
    4. "Functional" cookies that allow you to "memorize" user-selected settings and personalization of the user interface, such as the selected language or region from which the User originates, the font size, the appearance of the website, etc .;
    5. "Advertising" cookies, which allow users to provide more customized advertising content to their interests.
  7. In many cases, web browser software (web browser) by default allows cookies to be stored on your end user's device. Users of the Service may change cookies settings at any time. These settings may be changed in particular to block automatic cookie handling in your web browser settings, or to notify each time of posting in the User's Service. Detailed information on the capabilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software settings (web browser).
  8. The Service Provider indicates that restrictions on the use of cookies may affect some of the functionality available on the Website.
  9. Cookies posted in the End User's Service Appliance may also be used by advertisers and partners who cooperate with the Service.
  10. For more information on cookies, see the "Help" section of the Web browser menu.