The table below shows the different types of cookies that we use on sites.
A cookie is a simple text file that the website server saves on your computer or mobile device, and only this server can retrieve or read the contents of this cookie. Each cookie is unique to your browser. Each file contains anonymous information, such as, for example, a unique identifier, a site name, any numbers and numbers. This allows the site to remember, for example, your preferences when viewing it.
Some consider storing information on their computer or mobile device as intrusive, especially if this information is stored and used by third parties without their knowledge. If you want, you can block any or all cookies and even delete existing ones, but you must remember that you can lose some functions of this site.
Your own cookies are set by the website you are visiting, and can only be read by this site.
Third-party cookies are set by a different organization than the one you visit. For example, such a site can use third-party analytical tools that set their own cookies for the correct operation of their service (for example, Google). The site you visit may also contain built-in content from third-party sites that can create their own cookies.
We, our third-party service providers, advertisers, ad networks and platforms, agencies and our partners can use "web markers", empty gif images or similar technologies that are small code elements placed on a web page to monitor behavior and Collection of data on visitors browsing the web page. For example, web beacons can be used to count the number of users browsing a web page, or to send cookies to a user's browser.
The sites may also contain items with third-party cookies (for example, "Like" from Facebook or "Tweet" from Twitter).
Session cookies are stored only for viewing time and are deleted from the user's device when the web browser is closed.
Such cookies are stored on your computer and are not deleted when you close the web browser. Constant cookies are used when we need to know who you are for two or more browsing sessions. We use such cookies, for example, to remember your settings, so that they will be preserved when you visit the site. You can delete persistent cookies by selecting the "delete" option in your web browser.
Many sites use Adobe Flash Player to transfer game and video content to users. They are used by a flash player for similar purposes, for example, to store settings or track users.
Flash cookie files work differently than cookie-files of a web browser (the settings of the above cookies can be changed via a web browser). You do not create separate cookies for certain tasks, but a single cookie with all the data. You can delete flash cookies from the Adobe Flash folder.