privacy policy

The administration of the site (hereinafter referred to as the Site) respects the rights of visitors to the Site. We unconditionally recognise the importance of the confidentiality of personal information of visitors to our Site. This page contains information about what information we receive and collect when you use the Site. We hope that this information will help you make informed decisions regarding the personal information we provide.
This Privacy Policy applies only to the Site and to information collected by and through this site.
Collection of information
When you visit the Site, we determine the domain name of your provider and the country, as well as the selected clicks from one page to another (the so-called "referral flow activity").
The information that we receive on the Site can be used to facilitate your use of the Site, including but not limited to:
- organizing the Site in the most convenient way for users
- providing the opportunity to subscribe to the mailing list for special offers and topics, if you want receive such notifications

The Site collects only personal information that you provide voluntarily when visiting or registering on the Site. The concept of “personal information” includes information that identifies you as a specific person, for example, your name or email address. While you can view the content of the Site without going through the registration procedure, you will need to register to use some functions, for example, leave your comment on the article.
The site uses the technology of "cookies" ("cookies") to create statistical reporting. A cookie is a small amount of data sent by a website that your computer’s browser stores on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies contain information that may be necessary for the Site - to save your settings for viewing and collecting statistical information on the Site, i.e. what pages you visited, what was downloaded, the domain name of the Internet provider and the country of the visitor, as well as the addresses of third-party websites from which the transition to the Site was made and so on. However, all this information has nothing to do with you as a person. Cookies do not record your email address or any personal information about you.
In addition, we use standard web server logs to count the number of visitors and evaluate the technical capabilities of our Site. We use this information in order to determine how many people visit the Site and organize pages in the most convenient way for users, to ensure that the Site matches the browsers used, and to make the content of our pages as useful as possible for our visitors. We record information about movements on the Site, but not about individual visitors to the Site, so that no specific information about you personally will be stored or used by the Site Administration without your consent.
To view the material without cookies, you can configure your browser so that it does not accept cookies or notifies you of their sending. We advise you to consult the "Help" section and find out how to change your browser settings using cookies.
Information Sharing
We also do not disclose the personal information you provide, except as required by law.
The site administration has a partnership with Google, which places advertising materials and advertisements (including, but not limited to, text hyperlinks) on a paid basis on the site’s pages. As part of this collaboration, the Site Administration brings to the attention of all interested parties the following information:
1. Google as a third-party provider uses cookies to display ads on the Site;
2. cookies of the "DoubleClick DART" advertising products are used by Google in ads displayed on the Site as a member of the AdSense for content program.
3. Google’s use of DART cookies allows it to collect and use information about visitors to the Site (except for the name, address, email address or phone number), about your visits to the Site and other websites in order to provide the most relevant ads about goods and services.
4. Google in the process of collecting this information is guided by its own privacy policy;
5. Site users may opt out of the use of DART cookies by visiting the privacy policy page for ads and the network of Google partner sites .
Denial of responsibility
Remember, the transfer of personal information when visiting third-party sites, including the sites of partner companies, even if the website contains a link to the Website or the Website has a link to these websites, does not fall within the scope of this document. The Site Administration is not responsible for the actions of other websites. The process of collecting and transmitting personal information when visiting these sites is regulated by the document "Protection of personal information" or similar, located on the websites of these companies

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