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Privacy policy

1. Any information submitted by the parties to each other when using the resources on the site is confidential.
2. User gives permission from the site to the collection, processing and storage of their personal personal data, as well sending text and graphics advertising by eMail.
3. User agrees to abide by the agreement governing the relationship associated with the establishment, amendment and termination of the confidentiality of personal information and not to disclose confidential information to third parties.
4. Site administration collects two types of information about the User:
4.1 personal information which user knowingly disclose for site administration in order to use the site resources;
4.2 technical information, which software automatically collects during user visit the site. During a visit to the site, system automatically becomes available from standard server logs (server logs). This includes the IP-address of the user (or the proxy server, if it is used to connect to the Internet), the name of the ISP, domain name, browser type and operating system, information about the site from which the user has made the transition to the site, the site pages the user is visiting, the date and time of those visits, files that the user downloads.
5. The site has the technology to identify users, based on the use of the cookies. Cookies - these are small-sized files that are stored on a user's computer by a web browser. On a computer used by the user to access the website, files may be cookies, which will later be used for the automatic authorization, as well as to collect statistical data, in particular the traffic to the site. The site administration does not store personal data or passwords in cookies. The user has the right to prohibit saving of cookies on the computer used to access the site appropriately by configuring your browser. It should be borne in mind that all services using the technology may not be available.