Types of cookies
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Persistent Cookies: Persistent cookies are stored on the device of the user between browser sessions, allowing the Site to remember preferences and actions on the Site. These cookies can be used for different purposes, e.g. to remember preferences and choices when using a site.
Essential cookies: These cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of the Site. Without the use of such cookies, some sections of the Site may not work. They include, for example, cookies that enable access to protected areas of the Site. These cookies do not collect personal information for marketing purposes and can not be disabled.
Functional Cookies: These cookies are used to identify a user that returns to the Site. It allows to customize the content and remember preferences of the user (such as the language or country). These cookies do not collect information that can identify the user. All information collected is anonymous.
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Analytics Cookies: These cookies are used to collect aggregate information on users’ activities performed on the Site and are collected for statistical purposes.
Profiling Cookies: These cookies are aimed at creating user profiles. They require users’ prior consent and are used to send ads messages in line with the preferences shown by user during navigation.