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There are two main categories of cookies used on this site: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files stored on the user’s device until the user logs off, leaves the site, or closes the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored on the end user’s device for a period designated in the parameters of the cookie files or until they are deleted by the user.
The following types of cookies are used on this site:
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- Generating statistics helping to understand how users use the site, enabling improvement of the structure and contents of the site
- Maintaining the user’s session on the site (after logging on) so that the user does not have to enter his or her login and password on each subpage of the site.
- Essential cookies, enabling use of services accessible on the site, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication on the site
- Security cookies, used for example to identify authentication abuses on the site
- Efficiency cookies, enabling gathering of information about how the site is used
- Functional cookies, enabling settings chosen by the user to be remembered and personalisation of the user interface, e.g. the selected language, the region the user is from, the size of the font, the appearance of the site and the like.