Cookies are tiny files that our sites save on your computer or another device. Such files hold a small amount of data, which allows us, for instance, to remember your preferences, so you don’t have to set-up your options again. An example might the layout selection – if you changed it to dark, it keeps being dark every time you enter the site. Without cookies, you would have to change the layout on your every visit.
In other words, thanks to cookies we can bring you a website more tailored to you.
As you use our site, you agree to the use and storage of cookies on your device.
Look into that page if you seek more detailed information regarding turning-off cookies https://www.aboutcookies.org/cookie-faq/.
There are 3 types of cookies you can encounter:
- storage duration – some information stored for a particular period,
- technical necessity – cookies necessary for the site to run properly,
- cookie provider – third-party cookies.
Storage duration cookies also can be divided into three parts.
- Session Cookies – Cookies that are active during your visit and are erased after you leave the site.
- Permanent Cookies – These are stored permanently, and the purpose might be to retain your saved settings like language, layout, log-in, etc., so you don’t have to set-up everything again after a long break.
- Flow Cookies – In their nature, these cookies are the same as Session Cookies, and the difference is that Flow Cookies are connected to our internal servers. The most common purpose is to gain data about user experience to optimise the site better.
Technical Necessity cookies can be divided into those that are:
- Necessary: These are crucial for the website to run correctly. They are automatically placed on your computer as you access a feature that would require them.
- Not Necessary: Such cookies aren’t necessary for the site to function properly, but they are stored to increase the efficiency and convenience of the website.
The “Provider cookies” are included in the site by us or by the operator of the site.
The service that these cookies provide come from outside of our site. That’s why they are referred to as “third-party cookies” because that’s what they exactly are.
Nowadays, various cookies from third-parties that help you optimise and adjust content for users became mandatory for site owners.
To improve services on our website, we use Google Analytics. It’s a web analytics tool that’s provided by the company Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses safe methods to collect data about users experience on the site. The information about users is compiled into reports that help us improve our website.
It might be that in future we will make changes to our cookies policy. In such a scenario, the changes will be announced here.