What are cookies?

Valid from: 12 March 2024

Date of update: 12 March 2024

Cookies are small text files that are written to your computer when you visit a website.

Cookies are used to ensure traceability, and the next time you return to the page via the same browser, only the latter can check if the cookie is present, use the data from the cookie and send it back to the page.

Cookies allow us to identify whether a user has previously visited us, and in some cases we can adjust the displayed content accordingly.

Mandatory cookies

These cookies are necessary to move around the website and use its features, such as access to secure areas of the website. Without these cookies, it is not possible to provide the services you have requested, such as a prize game form, etc.

Performance cookies

These cookies collect information about how the website is used, for example which pages users visit most often, and if error messages appear on the websites. These cookies do not collect information that could identify the user. All information collected is aggregated and anonymous. These cookies are used only to improve the performance of the website.

By continuing to use our website after you have been notified of cookies, you agree to us placing this type of cookie on your device.

Functional cookies

These cookies allow the website to remember your chosen options (for example, your username, language or the region where you are located) and offer you improved, more personal options. For example, our website you are currently on offers customized content based on the topic of articles that the user has marked as favorites. These cookies can also remember changes in font and font size and other parts of the website that you can customize. They are also useful for providing the services you have requested, such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information collected by these cookies may be anonymous and may not follow your browsing of other websites.

By continuing to use our website after you have been notified of cookies, you agree to us placing this type of cookie on your device.

Manage and delete cookies

If you decide to change the way your browser uses cookies, you can do so by changing your browser settings.
Most browsers allow you to decline or accept all cookies, accept only certain cookies, or be asked each time whether or not to allow cookies for a particular page.

Deleting cookies varies depending on the browser you are using. For instructions on how to do this, we suggest you use the help in the browser where you will find instructions for managing your browser’s cookies.

The name of the cookie Purpose Duration
_ga Site traffic statistics 2 years
_gid Detects the user’s path through the website 24 hours
PHPSESSID Recognizes a unique session on the website. 1 year
wordpress_logged_in_* Makes sure the user is logged in. By the end of the session
wordpress_test_cookie A cookie set by the website if you are the site administrator and want to log in to the administrative section of the website. By the end of the session
wp-settingtime-xx The number at the end – xx is a unique user ID. Its used for saving the layout of the editorial part of the website 1 year
wp_current_admin_language_* Saves the current user interface language of the editorial part of the website 1 day
Wp-wpml_current_language Save the current website language for the visitor. 1 day
_fbp Facebook cookie to measure statistics 3 months
_gcl_au Google uses AdSense to test the effectiveness of advertising on sites that use their services 3 months


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