II. COOKIES AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
1. When using the Service and the Application, small text files are placed on the user's device. By default, these files contain the following information:1) the name of the Service from which the cookie was sent,2) unique number that has been generated,3) file retention time.2. These files can be divided according to the source and the time they are stored on the user's device. The Service uses the following types of files:1) Due to the source of origin:a) so-called first-party cookies - originating from the Service; the name indicating the Administrator's domain is stored in the file,b) so-called third-party cookies - placed via the Service by external entities, which services are used by the Administrator.2) Due to the time for which cookies will be placed on the user's device:a) session cookies, which are created each time after accessing the Service website and deleted when the browser window is closed,b) persistent cookies stored in the user's terminal device for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until they are deleted by the visitor of the Service.3. Files of external companies (e.g. service providers, business partners or other entities cooperating with the Administrator) are placed on the user's device, in particular:1) to research the activity of anonymous users and on this basis to generate statistics (e.g. using the Google Analytics tool and Yandex Matrica) that help in learning how to use the Service,2) in order to enable the use of third-party services and technologies placed on the Service website,3) in order to achieve the Administrator's own marketing goals.4. The administrator also uses the capabilities of web browsers that can store information in their memory, including the following technologies to store data:1) IndexedDB - data stored in the form of objects, access to which is limited only for the relevant data sources - domains or subdomains from which they were saved,2) Session Storage - a data store that is equivalent to cookies, but with a much larger data capacity. The data stored in the Session Storage store is deleted after closing the browser window,3) Local Storage - the data store into which information is stored permanently in the user's web browser until it is deleted.
III. EXTERNAL ENTITIES