Cookies are small text files that a website places on your device when you visit a website. Cookies do not contain any personal information and are sent from your visited website server to your computer or mobile phone.
We are improving our website on a regular basis to make it most convenient to use. To be able to improve the website, we have to know which information interests our website visitors most, from which countries and cities our website is visited, visitors’ returning frequency, browsers used, devices on which our website is read, etc. This information is collected by using Google Analytics tools which enable recording and analysing statistical data of the website use. More information about Google Analytics and information which can be collected by using these tool is available here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=lt. If you do not wish Google Analytics tools to record information about your browsing online, you can select Google Analytics op-out browser add-on.
We use the essential cookies (ensuring the functioning of the website or facilitating the use of the website, etc.), such as filtering settings or log-in remembrance, functional cookies and analytics cookies (Google Analytics cookies). Google cookies are used to collect statistical information about your browsing on the website, as described above. We also use third-party cookies, when you contact us by e-mail, as well as when advertisement is used in our website or when you visit our website. Analytical cookies can be used for identifying and counting the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around the website during its usage. This information helps us to improve the functioning of the website. The information received by cookies about your use of this website is stored by Google. Google can hand over the information collected by Google Analytics to third parties as required by the law, or where these third parties process information on behalf of Google.
Many cookies are temporary, and they disappear when you end a session (when you close the browser). Other cookies are “permanent”, which means that they will be saved on a computer for a period of time. In our list above, we detail the period of time during which cookies will be saved on a computer. Some local cookies are also could be used sometimes during local campaigns. These cookies will expire and will disappear automatically at the end of the campaign.
When you arrive at our web page for the first time, you’ll be shown a window in which you are asked to indicate if you accept cookies.
When you use the browser to access the content we provide, you can configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies or notify when the cookie is downloaded. Each browser is different, so if you do not know how to change cookie preferences, look in its Help menu. Your device’s operating system may have additional cookie controls. If you do not want the information to be collected using cookies, use the current easy-to-use procedure in most browsers that allows you to stop using cookies. To learn more about managing cookies, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.
However, please note that in some cases, deleting cookies may slow down the speed of browsing the web, restrict the functionality of certain web site features, or block access to your site.
We reserve the right to amend Cookies policy. Notice about any amendments or supplements to Cookies policy and the latest version of Cookies policy will be published on our website.