Privacy Policy

Cookie policy

When you visit our website or use our apps and use our services, we and our authorized service providers may use cookies* – in order to continuously improve our services, apps and websites.

Cookies don’t give us access to your computer or any information about you, except the information you choose to share with us

Your permission

When you visit websites and use our services, you agree to our use of cookies in order to comply with this Policy and the PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING POLICY. If you do not want us to use these technologies, set your browser to use them.

1. What are cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies

These are small data files that are stored on your computer, tablet, cell phone or other device (collectively, a “device”) that allow us to track how you use our site and our services. These are often referred to collectively as “cookies,” but the technologies associated with them are slightly different:

Cookie files

Short text files (usually containing letters and numbers) that are stored in your browser or device’s memory when you visit a website or view a message. Websites use cookies to recognize specific devices and browsers. Cookies can be of many kinds:

Session cookies, which allow us to associate your actions with your current session. They expire when you end your session with the browser.

Persistent cookies are stored on your device between sessions and allow us to remember your settings or actions on different websites.

Primary cookies are sent by the website that the user has logged into to store the website’s settings (such as the amount of time the user has been on the site).

A third-party cookie puts a website or domain that you have not visited into your browser. If you visit a website and a 3rd party provider stores a cookie on your computer through that website, that cookie is considered a 3rd party cookie.

When you visit a website which uses cookies, you may be asked to fill out a form with information about yourself, such as your name, email address and interests. This information is stored in a cookie, which is stored in your browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) for later use. The next time you visit that website, your browser will send the cookie to the server. A message is sent to the server every time your browser requests a page from it.

Web beacons

Small files (also called tags or pixel tags) that can be downloaded from our website, applications, and other tools and used in combination with cookies to identify users and collect anonymous data about their actions.

2. What cookies we use and why

We use cookies for a variety of purposes – mainly to operate our websites and provide you with services, but also to improve our service so that we can offer you additional features. So, cookies are needed for:

Directly interacting with the site. In this case, cookies allow you to navigate our site and use its basic functions. Without them we can not provide services to users.

To improve the quality of the site. Cookies allow us to collect information about you and how you use our sites (for example, which pages you visit and if there are any errors in the site). These cookies don’t include any information that could personally identify you. They simply help us to improve our website and to understand what our users are interested in and how useful our content is – based on anonymous statistical data and other information about the use of the website.

Permission to use cookies is a prerequisite for using our websites and providing you with our services. Therefore, if you block cookies, we can’t guarantee the functionality and security of the services we offer.

Improvements to site functionality. These cookies enable us to provide you with services and save your preferences so that your experience on our website is more convenient.

3. Cookie management, control and deletion

You can block cookies by using the appropriate option in your browser, which allows you to refuse some or all of them. However, if you block all cookies (including important cookies) in your browser, you will not be able to use some functions on our website If cookies are not blocked in your browser, our system will send them to you when you visit our site. If you decide to withdraw your consent to use cookies, you will need to delete them from your browser.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact us at

This Cookie Policy is subject to change. Please check this page regularly for the latest updates.

* When we refer to cookies, we mean cookies themselves, as well as web beacons and other analogous technologies.