Cookies and Metadata policy

For the best functioning of our website, we automatically collect metadata: cookies, your computer’s IP address, your OS type, your browser type, and others.


Depending on your web browser settings, we collect information that is automatically transmitted to us by the browser when you visit our website. This transfer is carried out by means of cookies. This information usually includes the IP address currently assigned to your computer, the type of your operating system and the web browser used.

A cookie is a small text file that a web server places on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies are used to provide users with a personalized experience of using the website and to make the navigation on it easier. They help to track the most visited web pages, determine the effectiveness of advertising and Internet searches, which allows the improvement of the means of communication and products offered to users.

There are “session” and “persistent” cookies.

Session cookies

We use session cookies to assign a unique identification number to your computer every time you visit our website. Session cookies are deleted after the browser is closed. They are used to maintain the functionality of our website, not to collect personal information about users. All information is collected for statistical purposes only and remains impersonal, i.e. anonymous.

Persistent cookies

When it is permissible, we use persistent cookies that are not deleted immediately after closing the web browser, but are stored on the computer for a certain period of time or until you delete them. Every time you visit our website, our web server recognizes persistent cookies stored on your computer’s hard drive. By assigning a unique identifier to your device, we create a database of your actions and preferences. Such cookies can be used to track recommended products and videos of the website in order to avoid repetition, help the user not to lose the data filled out on the website. The information provided by such cookies does not allow us to identify the user and track the user’s work on websites that are not related to our website.


Session cookies do not require your prior consent, as they are necessary for the operation of the website and will be deleted after closing the web browser.

Persistent cookies that track your past actions and preferences, but are not necessary for the operation of the website, require your prior consent. By visiting our website, you agree to the use of persistent cookies, unless you change your computer settings so that these cookies are not stored. The same applies to third-party cookies.

Google Analytics

We use the Google Analytics stratistics system to collect and analyze data about how visitors use our website. This information includes your IP address, which is transmitted to Google servers and stored there.

Google creates reports on the operation of the website and provides other services. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if required by law, or when these persons process the information on behalf of Google. Google does not associate your IP address with other information stored by Google. By browsing this website, you agree that Google will process web browsing data as described above. You can still prevent this by disabling cookies in your browser. For more information, see at the address:


We use the Yandex.Metrica statistics system to collect and analyze data about how visitors use our website. This information includes your IP address, which is transmitted to Yandex servers and stored there.

The program for tracking and web analytics from the company YANDEX LLC (Russian Federation, 119021, Moscow, Lva Tolstogo str., 16, YANDEX LLC). We collect anonymous data about visits in order to better understand their behavior and improve our website. For more information about data collection by the Yandex.Metrica service, read the document “Terms of Use of the Yandex.Metrica Service” at /, as well as the “Privacy Policy of personal information” of this company at:


Most Internet browsers are initially configured to automatically accept cookies. The user can change the settings so that the browser blocks cookies or warns when files of this type are sent to the device.

You can always decide for yourself whether to allow the use of cookies in your browser. If you do not want to use cookies, you can configure your browser so that it automatically refuses them or informs you every time a website asks you to set a cookie. To find out how to make the settings, use the help function of your browser.

Setting up a web browser is a free and 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 cookie management procedure varies depending on the browser you use; please refer to the relevant instructions on the description pages of your browser);
  • block cookies on your device. In this case, we are obliged to warn you that navigating the website and working with forms may be difficult. Some functions of the site require the use of cookies. Therefore, we are not responsible for the inconvenience caused by the improper operation of our services due to the disabling of cookies;
  • enable the use of cookies on request in each specific case;
  • accept or reject cookies depending on their publisher.

The procedure for managing cookies varies depending on the browser used. More detailed instructions are available on the official pages of browsers.

If you stay on our site and use its features, we believe that you are not against the use of cookies and the collection of other metadata.