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 collect statistical information to analyze and improve our services and sites.

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 files, you must adjust your browser settings accordingly or not use our site.

What is cookie and other similar technologies

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

Some of the pages you visit may also collect information using pixel tags and web beacons, which are electronic images called one-pixel (1 × 1) or blank GIFs.

Cookies may be placed on your device by us (“own” cookies) or by other operators (“third party” cookies).

We use two types of cookies on the site: “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”. Session cookies are temporary files that remain on your 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 remains 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 to help evaluate the effectiveness of our services and sites and to improve them. For example, to find out when you visit our site, how you use it, how you interact with email newsletters and other content, remember your preferences, provide a secure and secure service for online transactions, etc.

The information collected by such files and technologies is of a general nature and is not associated with the identification of individual users.

However, when you purchase specific services from us, we may use the contact information you provide in the transaction in combination with information from cookies and similar technologies to analyze how you use our site and improve it.

Types of cookies that can be used on our site

Necessary cookies. These cookies enable you to visit sites and use their features. Disabling them will complicate the functioning of sites and may make their functions and services unavailable.

Performance, efficiency and analytics cookies. These cookies help us understand how users interact with our site, show problems in its operation (for example, error messages), help us measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns and optimize them for users.

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

Advertising cookies. They are used to deliver targeted advertising and help us measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. We may share these files with the appropriate ad systems and platforms where our ads are placed.

Third Party Web Services. We sometimes use third party web services on this site. For example, to display certain elements (images, videos, presentations, etc.), organize surveys, pay for products and services through payment systems, etc. As in the case of buttons for accessing social networks, we cannot prevent these sites or external domains from collecting information about how you use the site’s content.

How do I manage cookies?

Most internet browsers are initially set to automatically accept cookies.

You can change the settings of your browser to block cookies or alert you when they will be sent to your device (refer to the specific browser manual).

If you use multiple devices and (or) browsers to access the Internet, the corresponding settings must be changed in each of them.

Changes to the terms of use of cookies

We may change this Notice from time to time in our sole discretion.

Changes to the Notice come into effect from the moment the new version is published on the website. The fact that you are using our site after the relevant changes have been made constitutes your consent to the acceptance of the new version of the Notice.

We recommend that you periodically re-read this Notice to familiarize yourself with its current version.