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A cookie is a simple text file that is stored by the website server on your computer or mobile device. Only this server can retrieve or view the contents of the cookie.
Each cookie is unique to your web browser. It contains some anonymous information, for example, a unique identifier and the name of the site, as well as several numbers and numbers. It allows our website to remember, for example, your preferences and the pages you visited.
Some users believe that a web site that stores information on their computers or mobile devices carries out a kind of intrusion into their lives, in particular, if this information is stored and used by third parties without their knowledge. Despite the fact that such a process is quite innocuous, you, for example, may not want to view ads that are displayed on the screen in the light of your interests.
If you wish, you can block cookies completely or partially, or delete already installed cookies; However, you should consider that in this case some of the functions of our website will become unavailable.
In accordance with the requirements of the law, the owners of all web sites are required to inform users about which cookies are stored in the browser on the user's device and are subsequently read by the website. This information is provided in accordance with the Decree on informing and obtaining consent in case of storage or access to information of end users of terminal equipment (Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment).
These cookies are set by the website you visit and can only be read by this website.
Third-party cookies are set by different organizations for the website you are visiting. For example, we use a Google Analytics service that sets up its own cookies to ensure the correct operation of the service. The site you visit may also contain embedded content provided, for example, by YouTube or Flickr. These sites can also host their own cookies.
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Session cookies are saved only during the session and are deleted from the user's device when the browser is closed.
Many websites use Adobe Flash Player to display video and game content for their users. Adobe uses its own cookies that can not be controlled through browser settings, but that Flash Player uses for similar purposes, for example, to store user preferences and track their actions. Flash cookies function differently in the browser. Instead of creating separate cookies for specific tasks, the website stores all the data in one cookie. You can control how much data can be stored in the cookie. However, you can not choose what type of information is allowed to be stored. The creators of some web browsers are developing solutions that allow users to manage them through the browser, but now if you want to limit or block flash cookie files, you can do this only from the Adobe site. Please note that limiting the use of flash cookie may adversely affect the functionality, for example, on the service bar displayed on all pages of the site.