This agreement applies to the rules of the Site regarding personal information provided to the administration of the Site by Users.
When you view any page of the site, the page itself is downloaded to your computer, as well as a small text file called a "cookie". Such files are used by many sites, because "cookies" allow you to do many useful things. For example, these files allow site owners to determine if a particular computer (and probably a user) has been on that site before. This happens when you revisit the site by checking the user's computer for a cookie left over from the last visit.
The information we receive through cookies helps us to provide you with our services in the most convenient form for you, and can also help us get an idea of our readers. For example: if, after visiting the site, you visited a section, then the next time we can learn about it from the "cookie" and select articles from this section during your next visits to the site.
A cookie is a small amount of data, often containing a unique anonymous ID, that is sent to your browser by your site's computer and stored on your computer's hard drive. Each site can send its own cookies to your computer, if your browser settings allow it. At the same time (to keep your data confidential), your browser only allows sites to access your own cookies, but does not allow them to use the same cookies left by other sites.
Cookies store information about your preferences on the Internet. Users can configure their computers to automatically accept all cookies, or to warn each time a site tries to write its "cookie" to the user's hard drive, or not to accept any "cookies" at all. The latter option means that some personal services may not be provided to users, and that users who choose such settings will not be able to fully access all sections of the site.
Each browser is unique, so refer to your browser's Help to learn how to set up cookies.
Cookies are widely used by site owners to ensure the operation of sites or improve efficiency, as well as to obtain analytical information.
The site and service providers may use different types of cookies on their Internet resources:
Some cookies are valid from the moment you log in to the site until the end of this particular session in the browser. When the web these files become unnecessary and are automatically deleted. Such cookies are called "session" cookies.
Some cookies are stored on your device and between browser sessions - they are not deleted after you close the browser. Such cookies are called "persistent". The storage time of persistent cookies on the device differs for different cookies. We and other companies use persistent cookies for various purposes: for example, to determine how often you visit our sites or how often you return to them, how the nature of the use of the Site changes over time, and to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising.
Cookies can be placed on your device by the site administration. These cookies are called "own". Some cookies may be placed on your device by other operators. Such cookies are called "third party" files.
We use software to determine the number of users who visit our website and the regularity of visits. We do not use programs to collect personal data or IP addresses of individuals. The data is used exclusively anonymously in a consolidated form for statistical purposes, as well as for website development.
We do not create an individual profile of your actions on the Internet. The contents of persistent cookies are limited to an identification number. Name, email address, IP address, etc. are not saved.
There is an exception: Cookies "Yandex.Metrica".
Yandex.Metrica cookies can be used in small amounts. These cookies use IP addresses to identify the user, but do not provide personal identification. In other words, the information is collected anonymously. Cookies collect information about how Users use the Site, then this information is used to report and help us to the Site.
Third-party cookies in the inserted content
Please note: as you can see, when you visit some pages of our websites, cookies are created that do not belong to the Site. When you visit a page with content embedded, such as from YouTube or Vimeo websites, these service providers may create their own cookies in their browser. The site does not control the use of these cookies and can not access them due to the peculiarities of cookies - access to them has only the party who created them originally. Look for more information about these cookies on third-party websites.
We use analytical web services, such as Yandex.Metrica, GoogleAnalytics, which help us understand how people use our websites, and thus ensure their relevance, ease of use and relevance of information content. These services use data collection technologies such as web beacons. Web beacons are small electronic images that place cookies, count visits, and evaluate website usage and performance. In turn, this information helps us to understand what information is of interest to visitors to our sites, and to provide an individualized content of our websites. Web beacons are anonymous, do not contain or collect information that identifies you.
The information is anonymous and is used exclusively for statistical purposes. Web analytics data and cookies cannot be used to identify you because they never contain personal information, including your name or email address.
You can use our Site without cookies. You can disable the storage of cookies, restrict their creation to specific websites, or set cookies to be sent in your browser. You can also delete cookies from your PC's hard drive at any time (file: "cookies"). Please note: in this case, page views and site usage guidelines will be limited.
Most browsers allow you to control most cookies to one degree or another through your browser settings.
Not all visitors to our site use web browsers. For example, some users access DHL websites or applications from mobile devices. In this case, disabling cookies or changing your web browser settings will probably not be possible.
Most Internet browsers are initially set up to accept cookies automatically. The user can change the settings so that the browser blocks the cookie or warns when files of this type are sent to the device. There are several ways to manage cookies. Please refer to your browser's instructions to learn more about how to adjust or change your browser settings.
If you disable the cookie, it may affect the User's work on the Internet. If the User uses different devices to view and access the Site (for example, computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), he must make sure that each browser on each device is configured according to the preferences for working with cookies.