We use the cookie files on our website and the mobile version to improve the usability of the web resource, and to collect and store data for marketing purposes and for optimization. cookie files do not contain any confidential information. Instead, they use an anonymous user profile, and could not inflict any harm to your system.
We do not sell information collected by our files, cookies, and are not direct this information to third parties unless it is required by law (for example, local authorities or legal representatives).
Cookie called a small part of data, that is necessary to be asked by browser to preserve on your PC or device. That function allows web-site to memorize your actions and interests.
Overwhelming majority of browsers support cookies. Using this website, mobile version or soft, you agree to our use receiving cookies as described in relating to their policy. Also, if it necessary, user can set personal browser such way that they will decline cookies or delete them anytime. However, this may lead to malfunction of the many features on our website.
There are two types of cookies
They exist only during your online session, and then disappear from your computer or device when you close your web browser.
They stay on your computer or device after the browser has been closed and there is a time period specified in cookies. Permanent cookies are activated every time you visit the Web site for which they were created.
Using cookies let us “remember” custom preferences, it’s not necessary to re-enter information if you close browser or serving another pages and to identify user or to simply facilitate your signing in to use our service.
Every time when the user requests a new page, the web-server can receive the values of the cookies it previously set and give back the page with content relating to these values.
Enforcement and Penalties
Enforcement of the EU Cookie Law is the responsibility of the ICO. There are several of formal actions which may be pursued against website owners that fail or refuse to comply with the new rules:v
1. Information Notice
A notice requiring organizations to provide certain specified information to the Information Commissioner within a specified period.
A requirement that an organization take certain specified actions to improve its compliance.
3. Enforcement Notice
A notice compelling an organization to take specified actions to improve its compliance.
It is important to note that the ICO will have a degree of discretion as to how these enforcement measures and penalties are applied and, in the words of the ICO, the approach taken will be “practical and proportionate”. A first-party analytics cookie placed without users’ knowledge or consent would, therefore, not be treated with the same severity as a third-party advertising cookie that harvested personal data.