What are Cookies
Cookies are small files that are stored and stored on your computer, tablet, or smartphone while you visit various web pages. The cookie usually contains the name of the web page from which the cookie is derived, the “length of life” of the cookie (that is, its lifetime), and a randomly generated unique identifier used to identify the browser that is connecting to the web page.
1. In connection with the provision of the content of this web site, the so-called. Cookies, ie the information that is stored by the servers on the end user device that the servers can read at each time they connect to this endpoint, may also use other technologies with similar functionality or the same cookies. In this document, cookie information also applies to other similar technologies used in our web sites. Cookies (“cookies”) are computer data, especially text files, that are stored on the end user’s web site. Cookies typically include the domain name of the web site from which they came from, their retention time on the end device, and a unique number.
2. Cookies are used to:
A. Adjust the content of the website to user preferences and optimize the use of web pages; In particular, these files allow you to recognize your web site’s user device and display a web page tailored to your individual needs,
B. Create statistics that help you understand how website users use web pages, which allows them to improve their structure and content,
C. Maintain a web site user session (after login), so that the user does not have to re-enter the login and password on each site subpage,
Providing users with content that is more tailored to their interests.
3. Within our web site, we may use the following types of cookies:
A. “Necessary” cookies, which allow you to use the services available on the website, such as authenticating cookies used for services requiring authentication within the service,
B. Security cookies, such as those used to detect abuse within the scope of service authentication,
C. Cookies to collect information about how to use the website of the site,
D. “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, font size, web page appearance,
E. “Advertising” cookies, to provide users with more customized advertising content.
4. In many cases, web browser software (web browser) by default allows cookies to be stored on the end user’s device. Site users may change cookie settings at any time. These settings may be changed in particular to block automatic cookie handling in your web browser settings or to inform them of each time they are posted to your device on your web browser. Detailed information on the capabilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software settings (web browser). Failure to change your cookie settings means that they will be posted to your end user device and will therefore store information on your end user’s device and access this information.
5. The exclusion of cookies may make it difficult to use certain services on our web sites, especially those requiring login. Disabling cookies does not prevent you from reading or viewing content posted on the web site, with the exception of those that require login.
6. Cookies may be placed on the end user’s web site, and subsequently used by advertisers, research companies, and multimedia application providers.
For information about changing cookie settings on individual browsers, see the following pages: