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Cookies policy

Cookies policy

Cookies policy

Cookies policy

 

Principles of operation.

  1. The website does not automatically collect any information, except for information contained in cookies.
  1. Cookies (so-called “cookies”) are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the Website User’s end device and are intended for using the Website’s websites. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they come from, their storage time on the end device and a unique Cookie Policy number.
  1. The entity that places cookies on the Website User’s end device and obtains access to them is the Website operator.
  1. Cookies are used for the following purposes:
  1. adapting the content of the Website’s pages to the User’s preferences and optimizing the use of websites; in particular, these files allow recognition
  2. the Website User’s device and display it accordingly
  3. a website tailored to his individual needs;
  4. creating statistics that help understanding
  5. how Website Users use websites, which allows improving their structure and content;
  6. maintaining the Website User’s session (after logging in), thanks to which the User does not have to re-enter the login and password on each subpage of the Website.
  1. The Website uses two basic types of cookies: “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”. “Session” cookies are temporary files that are stored on the User’s end device until logging out, leaving the website or turning off the software (web browser). “Permanent” cookies are stored on the User’s end device for the time specified in the cookie parameters or until they are deleted by the User.
  1. The following types of cookies are used on the Website:
  1. “necessary” cookies enabling the use of services available on the Website, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication on the Website;
  2. cookies used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect abuse
  3. regarding authentication within the Website;
  4. “performance” cookies, enabling the collection of information on how the Website pages are used;
  5. “functional” cookies, enabling “remembering” the settings selected by the User and personalizing the User’s interface, e.g. in terms of the selected language or region from which the User comes, font size, appearance of the website, etc.;
  6. “advertising” cookies, enabling the provision of advertising content to Users more tailored to their interests.
  1. In many cases, the software used to browse websites (web browser) allows cookies to be stored on the User’s end device by default. Users of the Website can make:
  2. change cookie settings at any time. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way as to block the automatic handling of cookies in the web browser settings or to inform each time they are placed on the Website User’s device. Detailed information about the possibilities and methods of handling cookies is available in the software (web browser) settings.
  1. The Website Operator informs that restrictions on the use of cookies may affect some functionalities available on the Website.
  1. Cookies placed on the Website User’s end device may also be used by advertisers and partners cooperating with the Website operator.
  1. How to disable cookies?

Web browsers allow the storage of cookies by default, but you can change the settings for these files at any time in the options of the browser you use.

In Firefox:

  1. In the upper right corner of the Firefox browser window, click Open menu (three horizontal lines) and select Options.
  2. Then select the Privacy tab.
  3. From the drop-down menu in the History section, select an option: Firefox: will use your settings.
  4. Check Accept cookies to enable, uncheck to disable cookies.
  5. Select cookie storage period:
    • Store: until they expire – the cookie will be deleted once it reaches its expiration date, which is determined by the website sending the cookie.
    • Store: until you close Firefox – cookies stored on your computer will be deleted when you close Firefox.
    • Store: Ask every time – Each time a website tries to send a cookie, your browser will prompt you to decide whether to store the cookie.
  6. Close the options window to save your settings

In Google Chrome:

  1. In the upper right corner of the Google Chrome address bar, select Customize and control Google Chrome (three horizontal lines)
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the window and click Show advanced settings…
  4. In the Privacy section, click the Content Settings button.
  5. In the Cookies section you can change the following cookie settings:
    • Block attempts to place data from websites on your computer
    • Block cookies and data from third-party sites – : Select the Ignore exceptions and block the creation of third-party cookies checkbox.
      Please note that this setting prevents most websites that require login from working.

In Internet Explorer 9

  1. In the browser window, click the Tools button, and then select Internet Options.
  2. Click the Privacy tab, then under Settings, move the slider to the highest position to block all cookies, or to the lowest position to allow all cookies, and then click OK.

In Safari browser

Changing your cookie preferences or deleting cookies and website data in Safari may affect the performance of other programs, such as Dashboard.

Choose Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then do any of the following:

Change how you accept cookies and site data: Select an option next to Cookies and site data:

  • Always block: Safari prevents websites, third parties, and advertisers from storing cookies and other data on your Mac. This may prevent some websites from working properly.
  • Only from current site: Safari only accepts cookies and site data from the site you are currently viewing. Websites often contain embedded elements from other sources. Safari does not allow these third parties to store or access cookies and other data.
  • From sites you’ve visited: Safari only accepts cookies and site data from sites you visit. Safari uses existing cookies to determine whether you have visited a website before. Selecting this checkbox helps prevent websites that embed content from other websites from storing cookies and other data on your Mac.
  • Always allow: Safari allows all websites, third parties, and advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac.

In the Opera browser

Cookie settings Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies
Cookie settings allow you to control how cookies are handled. By default, all cookies are accepted.
The following options are available in the Opera browser:

Accept cookies – all cookies are accepted (option set by default).
Only accept cookies from the website I visit – all cookies from domains other than the visited domain are rejected.
Never accept cookies – all cookies are rejected.