What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that stores information about browser settings. This technology is used on almost all modern sites. Cookies are downloaded by the browser when you visit the site for the first time. When you re-enter this site from the same device, the cookies along with the information stored in are either sent back to the original site (first-party cookies) or to the third-party site to which it belongs (third-party cookies). Thus, we get information about the re-opening of the site through the same browser, and in some cases, the displayed content can be changed.
Cookies can be useful to the user, making the site interface more convenient and personalized when re-entering. If you use the same device and the same browser, the cookies will remember your preferences and adapt the displayed content according to your interests and needs.
By changing the settings on this site, you cannot disable the installation of technical cookies.
Categories of cookies
There are four categories of cookies according to their functions and purposes: technical, performance cookies, functional and advertising.
Such files are important to ensure navigation and use of the site functionality. Without such cookies, when returning to the page in one session, some functions may not be available. For example, the history of your actions will not be saved.
Such files collect information about the use of the site. For example, data on the frequency of page traffic, confirmation of receipt of error notifications by the user, and so on. They don’t store information that identifies a particular user. The information collected is anonymous and used for purposes of the statistics. These files are used solely to improve the work of the site and improve its usability.
Such files allow you to save the entered information (user name, language used and location) in order to improve the site and personalize its functionality and content. Such files are also used to enable user-requested features, such as, for example, video playback. They collect information anonymously and don’t track your actions on other sites.
Such files are used to display advertisements and other messages based on your interests and preferences. They are also used to limit the number of impressions of the same ad to one user, and to measure the effectiveness of ad campaigns. These files remember the user’s transitions to the advertiser’s site / page with the advertisement and can transfer this information to third-party organizations, such as advertising agencies. Cookies used for content targeting and advertisements are often associated with the functionality of the site provided by third parties.
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