1. Cookies are a text file stored in the browser of the computer (mobile device) of the user of the official website of the National Center for Personal Data Protection (hereinafter referred to as the site) when the user visits it to reflect the actions taken by him. This file allows you not to re-enter or select the same options when you visit the site again, such as choosing a language version.
The purpose of processing cookies is to ensure the convenience of users of the site and improve the quality of its functioning.
We do not transfer cookies to third parties and do not use them to identify personal data subjects.
2. The following types of cookies are processed on the site:
- functional - allow you to provide an individual experience of using the site and are set in response to the actions of the subject of personal data;
- statistical - allow you to store a history of visits to the pages of the site in order to improve the quality of its functioning, in order to determine the most and least popular pages.
3. The site processes the following cookies and sets their storage periods:
- setting cookies (functional), stored for no more than a year;
- choice of version for the visually impaired (functional), stored while using the site;
- choice of language preferences (functional), stored during the use of the site;
- necessary for the functioning of the web analytical platforms "Google Analytics", "Yandex.Metrika" (statistical), are installed on the site and are not transferred to third parties, are stored for no more than a year.
4. Personal data subjects can accept or reject the collection of all or some cookies in their browser settings.
However, some browsers allow you to visit websites in incognito mode in order to limit the amount of information stored on your computer and automatically delete session cookies. In addition, the data subject may delete previously stored cookies by selecting the appropriate option in the browser history.
More information about the cookie management options can be found by clicking on external links leading to the corresponding pages of the websites of the main browsers: