Cookie technologies

Our site, like most others, uses cookies and other similar technologies (web beacons, pixel tags, etc.) to provide services that best meet your needs, as well as accumulate statistical information for analysis and improvement. our services and sites.

This Cookie Notice (hereafter & mdash; & laquo; Notice & raquo;) is part of the Privacy Policy.

By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies and other similar technologies in accordance with this Notice.

If you do not agree that we use this type of file, you must set your browser settings accordingly or not use our website (for more information & mdash; see the section & laquo; How to manage cookies & raquo;).

What is a cookie and other similar technologies

A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer, smartphone, or other device that you use to visit the site.

Some of the pages visited may also collect information using pixel tags and web beacons, which are electronic images called single-pixel (1 × 1) or empty GIF images.

Cookies may be placed on your device by us (& laquo; own & raquo; cookies) or by other operators (cookies & laquo; third parties & raquo;).

We use two types of cookies on the site: & laquo; session cookie & raquo; and & laquo; persistent cookie & raquo ;. Session Cookie & mdash; these are temporary files that remain on the device until you leave the site. Persistent cookies remain on the device for a long time or until you manually delete them (how long a cookie will remain on your device will depend on the length or "lifetime" of a particular file and your browser settings).

Based on these files, information is collected that helps assess the effectiveness of our services and sites and improve them. For example, to find out when you visit our website, how you use it, how you interact with e-mail and other content, remember your preferences, provide secure and secure service for online transactions, etc.

Information collected by such files and technologies is generic and not related to the identification of individual users.

However, when you purchase specific products and services from us, we can use the contact information you provided in the transaction, combined with information obtained through cookies and similar technologies, to analyze how you use our site and improve it . We process such contact information in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Types of cookies that can be used on our site

Required cookies. These cookies allow you to visit sites and use their functions. Turning them off will complicate the functioning of sites and may make their functions and services unavailable.

Cookies related to performance, efficiency and analytics. These files help us understand how users interact with our site, show problems in its work (for example, error messages), help measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns and optimize them for users.

Functional cookies. They help to remember individual preferences of users and personalize site content for them.

Advertising cookies. They are used to deliver targeted advertising and help us evaluate the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. We can share these files with the corresponding advertising systems and platforms where our ad is placed.

Email. We can also use technologies to track whether you have opened, read, or forwarded certain messages that we sent to your email. This is necessary to make our communication tools more useful to the user. If you do not want us to receive information about this, you need to unsubscribe through the link & laquo; Unsubscribe & raquo; (& laquo; Unsubscribe & raquo;) at the bottom of the corresponding email list.

Buttons for accessing social networks. They are used to enable users to share a link to a page on social networks or make an electronic bookmark. These buttons are links to websites of social networks owned by third parties, which, in turn, can record information about your activity on the Internet, including on our website. Please review the respective terms of use and privacy policies of such sites to understand how they use your data, and how to opt out.