Cookies Policy

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Date update: 13.06.2024

Cookies are small pieces of text data transferred from web servers to browsers or devices, primarily aimed at enhancing the user experience for site visitors.

At, we utilize cookies to retain a variety of settings and features, as well as to gather anonymous data about the pages you visit and analyze site traffic.

On, we employ several types of cookies:

  • First-Party Cookies: These are cookies placed directly by the website you are visiting.
  • Persistent Cookies: These remain on your device until you delete them or until they reach their expiry date.
  • Session Cookies: These are temporary and expire once you close your browser or end your session.
  • Third-Party Cookies: Set by a domain other than the one you are currently visiting.

By consenting to cookies on, you allow us to collect information to refine and personalize your browsing experience. We assure you that these cookies are not shared with third parties; they are solely for enhancing user experience and data analysis.

It’s worth noting that cookies are a common feature on most websites, but their use is entirely optional. Should you prefer not to have cookies stored on your device, you can disable them by adjusting your web browser’s settings.


What are cookies? 

Cookies are small text files sent by web servers to be stored in web browsers or devices, primarily used to enhance the site owner’s ability to provide a better user experience.

What if I don’t accept cookies? 

Refusing cookies may result in some websites restricting access or providing a less personalized browsing experience.

Can I reject cookies? 

Yes, if a cookie can identify you personally, you have the right to decline it. Websites using such cookies must obtain your consent or face significant penalties under various regulations. If you prefer not to store cookies that hold information about you, you have the option to decline.

What do cookies know about me? 

Generally, cookies don’t contain personally identifiable information. They usually consist of a string of text or a “unique identifier” that acts like a label. When a website recognizes this string of text, it understands that the browser is one it has previously encountered.