WHAT ARE THE BISQUITES?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device. They are widely used to make websites work or work better and more efficiently. This is possible because websites can read and write these files, allowing them to recognize and remember important information so you can use these sites more easily (for example, remembering your preferred settings).
Basic cookies. Basic cookies are required for the Site to work, allowing you to navigate through it, and use its services and features. Without these highly-needed cookies, the site will not function as well as you want, and we may not be able to provide the Site or certain services or features you have requested.
Analytical cookies. Analytical cookies collect information on how you use the Site and allow us to improve its work. These, for example, show us which are the most frequently visited pages on the Site, help us to record the difficulties you have with the Site and show us if our ads are effective. This allows us to analyze the overall attendance of the site, not just its use by an individual.
This website uses Google Analytics, an analytical web service provided by a third party (Google). Google installs the cookies described in the above table to help us analyze the use of this Website. The information generated by these cookies and related to the use of this Website will be sent from your Google browser and stored on servers in the United States and other countries. Google will use this information on our behalf to evaluate the use of this Website, compile reports on the activities on the Website and provide other services related to Web site activities and the use of the Internet. The IP address received through Google Analytics will not link to any other data owned by Google. You can stop or block Google cookies by selecting the appropriate settings for your browser. If you do so, you may not be able to access all of the features on this Site.
On May 25, 2011, the European Union has introduced the requirement for all websites operating on its territory to seek the consent of their users to install cookies. The arguments in favor of the decision were that they pose a potential risk to the management of EU citizens' personal data and jeopardize their inviolability.
Although there is no clear text to indicate how the "consent" should appear, the so-called "tacit consent" standard is currently used. According to him, the user permits the installation if, after a cookie alert warning, he continues to view the specific website.
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