Information for Users
When you browse any page of the Site, the page itself is loaded on your computer, and a small text file called a "cookie" may be loaded, allowing you to determine whether a particular computer (and, probably, its User) has been on this site before. This happens during a second visit to the site by checking the user's computer for the presence of a cookie from a previous visit. Cookies are widely used by website owners to make websites work or improve performance, as well as to obtain analytical information.
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. These cookies are called "third party" cookies.
A cookie is a small amount of data, often including a unique anonymous identifier, sent to your browser by a site 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 preserve your privacy) 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 internet preferences. Users can configure their computers to automatically accept all cookies, be warned every time a site tries to write a cookie to the user's hard drive, or not accept any cookies at all. The latter option means that some personal services cannot be provided to users, and also that users who have chosen such settings will not be able to get full access to all sections of the Site.
Each browser is unique, so please refer to the Help function of your browser to find out how to customize your cookie experience.
If you have configured your computer to completely deny the acceptance of cookies, you can still visit the Site anonymously until you choose to use one of the site's services.
Cookies storage period
Some cookies are valid from the moment you enter the site until the end of this particular session in the browser. When you close your browser, these files become unnecessary and are automatically deleted. These cookies are called "session" cookies.
Some cookies are stored on the device and between sessions of work in the browser - they are not deleted after closing the browser. These cookies are called "persistent" cookies.
Cookies used on the Website:
Own cookies of the sites profmix.ru These files are necessary for the correct operation of the Site.
Live Internet statistics service. 121151, Moscow, Kutuzovsky prospect, house 22, office "Klimenko and Co". Analytical information about site visits is collected.
Counter Rambler TOP-100 . 117105, Moscow Varshavskoe sh., 9, p. 1 Regulation on the protection of information about users ("Confidentiality")
How to change cookie settings
Setting up your web browser is an effective way to manage cookies. You can make one of the following decisions:
- allow the use of all cookies integrated into the pages. Note: On the one hand, only their publishers will have access to these cookies; on the other hand, this process is not irreversible and you can always delete these cookies afterwards (the procedure for managing cookies differs depending on the browser used; please refer to the respective instructions)
- accept or reject cookies depending on their publisher
The procedure for managing cookies differs depending on the browser used. More detailed instructions are available at the links below:
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