Cookie Policy

Cookies Notification Message

We want to inform you about the use of cookies. It’s necessary to ensure the stable work of the website and find out what you use frequently to make each your new visit more comfortable.

Cookies. What is it?

They are usually small pieces of data, text files, which are recorded to your computer after visiting a website. This set of files contains valuable information: login or password,  user’s individual settings and preferences. When you visit a website after a time your browser sends this data to the server to define the user and improve the website’s work. As a result, you needn’t re-enter the password, change the language, etc.

What can you do with this?

If you use this website you accept our cookie policy. It means that you agree that the files will be saved in your computer.

It’s not obligatory, you may decline it and hide the notification from the web page. But we recommend you not to do it because it may influence the speed of work of the website. If you don’t want to use cookies at all, you may change the settings of your browser and disable this function. Cookies are stored for a limited period and then automatically deleted, but you may remove them manually.

Types of ‘cookie’ files

There are several types of cookies. Their principle of work is almost the same, but websites use them for different reasons:

  • Cookies from different providers. The provider can be anyone: we as well as the third-party servers.
  • Technical cookies. These are used for technical purposes.
  • Temporary files. Such cookies may be stored for different periods of time.

Who are cookie providers?

First-party cookies are files stored only by us or services on our request. Third-party cookies, on the contrary, are managed by other organizations, such as various advertising services. These services may display online pop-up chats, ads, and social media buttons, etc. You’ll find out about them further. by the way, a Web analytics tool by Google Inc. may be considered the third-party provider.

Technical cookies

There are 2 types of such cookies:

  • Required. We use them because the normal and stable work of the website without them is impossible. They’re transferred to your computer automatically.
  • Non-required. These cookies are placed only to ensure suitable user experience and save a person’s settings. We actively use this type also to know more about our user’s preferences and make adjustments and changes according to them.

Storage time

All cookies are divided into three groups based on the duration of their storage. There is one type of cookie files, which serve to facilitate the communication between the servers of our company. This type is called flow cookies. These are stored until your current session expires. Flow cookies aren’t used to obtain the preferences of the user or any information about the person.

Session cookies, on the contrary, needed for receiving the information about your data, settings, etc. They are temporary: when you close the browser – these files are removed.

Permanent cookie files have the longest period of storing. They let us recognize you at each of your next visits. Your browser downloads page faster due to the presence of permanent cookies on your computer. Over time, they’re deleted.

Measuring website performance using cookies

To know the statistics of visitors on our website we use Google Analytics. This service is free. The detailed statistics achieved through the use of cookies. Google Analytics uses cookie files and identifies the number of visits in definite sections of the website. Cookie files of Google Analytics contain some of your personal information, the names of sections you visit more frequently. Google also receives information about your location through the IP address. Don’t worry the full IP won’t be disclosed. Only truncated IP is showed. All this information is stored in Google services, which are located in the USA.

On the basis of this data, Google Analytics creates the reports and informs us about website activity. It lets them develop ways of increasing overall website performance. Moreover, Google can send cookie files to third-party services or subordinate organizations on legitimate grounds.