• Cookies Policy

Cookie policy
When you use our website, we may collect information by using cookies. All information is completely confidential and never shared with third parties.

What is cookie policy?

Cookies are small text files that are stored in a user's browser when you visit a website. The browser identifies your computer when you later use the website, and thus ensures that the site is easy to use during the current session.

How do we use cookie policy?

We use session (temporary) cookies for the duration of your visit and persistent cookies for recurring visits to the website to analyze the website.

Website analytics with cookies

Cookies anonymously track which links, pages, and features on a website are used more often than others, allowing us to understand which sections and activities on the website are of most interest to users.

  • We use the following analytics systems:
  • Yandex.Metrika
  • Google Analytics
  • VKontakte Pixel

Managing cookies

If you want to change or disable cookies, go to your browser settings, where you can disable cookies completely or enable cookie notification. You can also delete all cookies that were previously saved in your browser.

Consent to the use of cookies If certain cookies are necessary for the operation of a website page, your advance consent to the use of these cookies is not necessary. These session cookies will be deleted as soon as you leave the website. The use of persistent cookies and third-party cookies requires your advance consent, as they will store your actions on the page and remember your preferences. Your consent is conditional upon the website for the receipt of the information, which initially requires the voluntary consent of the individual to use the information.

More information about cookies

Sessional cookies
Sessional cookies are temporary files that are only stored in the user's browser for as long as the user is on the website. After that, these cookies are deleted.

Persistent cookies
Persistent cookies are used for regular website users. This type of cookie remains in the user's browser for a certain amount of time (usually a year or more). These cookies are not deleted when the browser is closed. They help make the website easier to use on repeat visits by remembering information the user has used in previous sessions.