Cookie Policy

We use cookies or similar tools on to improve its performance and your experience. This policy explains how we do this.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that a website can save to your computer or mobile device when you visit a page or site. The cookie will help the site or other sites to recognise your device the next time you visit it. Web beacons or other similar files can do the same. We use the term cookies in this policy to name all files that collect information in this way.

Cookies perform many different functions. For example, they help us remember your username or preferences, analyse how well our site performs, or even allow us to recommend content that we think will be relevant for you.

Some cookies contain personal information – for example, if you clicked “Remember me” when you logged in to your account, the cookie will remember your username. Most cookies do not collect information that can identify you, but rather collect general information about how users access and use our sites or what their location is.

What cookies does use?

In general, cookies split into 4 groups depending on the functions they perform:

  1. Important cookies

Some cookies are strictly necessary for the functioning of our website. For example, we use these cookies:

  • to identify the authenticity of users who are registered, as well as those who are our paid subscribers;
  • so that we can fulfil our requirements for using the site and maintain the security of our services. If a user of the website decides to stop these cookies, she/he will not have access to the content available only for subscribers.
  1. Cookies related to the effectiveness of the website

We use other cookies to analyse how visitors use our website and to monitor the performance of our website. This allows us to offer you a high-quality experience by customising the content offered and quickly identifying and resolving various issues.

  1. Functional cookies

Functional cookies allow us to remember your preferences, such as font size and other personal settings. For example, cookies save you the time and effort of entering a username every time you visit our website.

  1. Behaviourally targeted advertising cookies uses cookies to show you ads that we believe are relevant to your interests. You can see these ads on and other websites you visit. But we do not disclose your identity to our advertisers.

For behaviourally targeted advertising, we use a Google Inc. service called remarketing. According to its own policy, Google does not collect personal data in this process. However, if you do not wish to be subject to remarketing, you can disable it by changing your settings at this link: You can also disable the use of cookies for behaviorally targeted ads by following the instructions on this page:

Third-party cookies

We use or allow third parties to use cookies on our websites that fall into the four categories mentioned above. For example, like many companies, we use Google Analytics to monitor brand-network me traffic. Also, when you share content using social media buttons (such as Facebook), the social network that created that button will remember your action.

We may use third-party cookies to assist us in researching the market, tracking revenue, improving functionality and monitoring compliance with our terms and conditions and copyright policy.

Advertisers sometimes use their cookies to show you targeted ads. For example, advertisers may use a profile based on websites you’ve previously visited to show you more relevant ads when you visit We believe it’s useful for our users to see ads that target their specific interests.

How to turn off cookies?

It is important to know that you can choose whether to accept cookies or not.

All modern browsers allow you to change cookie settings. You can usually find these settings in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser. To be aware of these settings, the following links can help you or you can use the “Help” button on your browser’s menus for more details:

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie settings in Firefox

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Safari web and iOS.

If you are most concerned about third-party ad cookies generated by advertisers, you can turn them off here: Your Online Choices site.

Please remember that if you decide to stop cookies, some sections of may not work properly.

We reserve the right to periodically change this Cookie Policy at our discretion. This change will be announced on If you do not accept the changes, you must inform us by sending us an email at If we do not receive such an email within three (3) business days of the announcement of changes to the Cookie Policy on, you will be deemed to have accepted all changes.

More information

More information on how businesses use cookies is available at

If you have any questions regarding this Cookie Policy, please contact us at

This policy was last updated on December 18, 2020.