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The website uses two basic types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files that are stored on the user's end device until they log out, leave the website or turn off the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored in the user's end device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are removed by the user.

Data obtained by us through cookies is not assigned to a specific person.

Data collected automatically can be used:

- to analyze the behavior of users on websites or to collect demographic data about our users (using the Google Analytics tool),

- to create statistics that help to understand how Website users use websites, which allows improving their structure and content;

- to maintain the Website User's session (after logging in), thanks to which the User does not have to re-enter his login and password on every subpage of the Website;

We use Google Analytics, a website statistics creation service provided by Google, through which cookies are placed on your device. The information generated by the cookie regarding your use of the Website (including your IP address, which is located where you are on the Internet) will be transferred and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the Website, compile reports on website activity for website operators, and provide other services related to website activity and Internet use. Google may also send such information to third parties if required by law or if third parties process it on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP address with other data held by Google. For more information about Google Analytics, please read the information on Cookies and Analytics, and Google Analytics privacy policy for Google Analytics. You can also choose to opt out of placing the above mentioned files on your device at Google Analytics Opt-out.

We use the DoubleClick technology, which displays banners on various websites, collects information about users visiting these websites, in order to match the displayed ads more precisely to the user's profile. These files are intended to help provide services to reach specific categories of recipients for publishers and advertisers. DoubleClick uses cookies to show more relevant ads. Some common uses are displaying ads based on user interests, improving campaign performance reports, and skipping ads that a user has already seen. DoubleClick cookies do not contain personally identifiable information. Sometimes, such a file contains an additional ID similar to the cookie ID. It indicates the advertising campaign the user was the recipient of. However, DoubleClick does not save any personally identifiable information in the cookie.

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The website user can manually disable cookies by changing the settings in his web browser:

Blocking cookies in the Mozilla Firefox browser: In the "Tools" menu, select "Options" and in them the "Privacy" tab. The browser allows you to disable user tracking altogether or to delete individual cookies for individual sites

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Blocking cookies in the Opera browser: With the "Opera" button in the upper left corner, open the menu and select "Settings" and then "Clear browsing history ...".

In addition to the ability to delete already set cookies, there is also a button "Manage cookies ..." leading to more advanced options for individual sites.

Blocking cookies in the Chrome browser: In the hidden menu under the three horizontal dashes in the upper right corner of the browser, select "Tools" and then "Clear browsing data ...". In addition to the possibility of whether