According to Wikipedia, “An HTTP cookie (also called web cookie, Internet cookie, browser cookie, or simply cookie) is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user's computer by the user's web browser while the user is browsing.”
In other words, it is a piece of information used to identify your visit. Cookies contain numbers and words, and are received and stored on your device while you browse our website.
Their main goal is to identify your preferences on our website and note whether you entered the system, saved or shared any information, etc.
As soon as you open our website on any device, you explicitly agree to abide by our Cookies Policy. In case you do not agree with any piece of information on this website, we urge you to close the website altogether without ordering any services from us.
All the information you need to learn to understand the policy is described in this document. Please take your time to study it carefully before you start using our website or our services.
To make the document easier to understand, from now on we will refer to our company as “the website” and our visitors as “you.”
Types of cookies
There are two types of cookies we use on our website. The first type is called “session” cookies. They are only stored while you are browsing the website and are removed as soon as you leave the page. Session cookies are needed for our users to use webmail or secure online banking services on our website.
The second type of cookies is called persistent cookies. They are stored on your device after you finished browsing our website. Their main purpose is to remember your preferences as you perform various actions on the site.
How to remove or disable cookies
You have the right to disable cookies at any time. However, remember that due to their function some of the features on our website will not work properly if you disable or remove cookies. So, we can’t guarantee the quality of the services provided if you disable cookies.
The data gathered and stored with cookies is processed and analyzed in Google Analytics and is sent later to Google. We do it in order to create advanced statistical reports about our visitors and better understand the activity of users on the website.
We strongly recommend you visiting www.allaboutcookies.org to gain a better understanding of the technology, its purpose and control. If you don’t want to be tracked by Google Analytics on various websites, check out http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. Our company does not gather personal information with the aid of cookies.