Policies for using cookies

/latest update: 24.11.2016/

This policy relates to cookies and websites supported by IMDL City Lab LTD.
What are cookies?
Cookies are like small files of information including unlimited text content and are stored in users’ computers for the purpose of improvement of operation with the respective website. These files allow a specific user to be recognized and the website to be adapted to his preferences. Cookies usually contain the name of a website which they belong to, the time period for which they are stored in the user’s computer and a unique number.

What are cookies used for?
Cookies are used to adapt the contents of a website to the preferences of individual users and to optimize the operation with a definite website. They are also used to create anonymous general statistics that helps us understand how a user works with websites. This helps to improve their structure and contents while in the meantime prevents access to personal user information.

What kind of cookies do we use?
We use two types of cookies – temporary and fixed. The first type is temporary files which are generated in the user’s computer until exiting the website or closing a given application (web browser). Fixed files remain in the user’s computer for a time defined within the parameters of the cookies, or until they are manually deleted by the user.

Cookies used by partners of an operator of one website, including without limitation to the website users, are subject of their own confidentiality policy.

This website may link you to a third-party site, and this connection process may require third-party cookies on your computer or on another device. We do not control cookies of third parties used for these purposes. You should check the third party website to understand their practices and control over data collection before clicking on the link of that site.

Do cookies contain personal information?
Personal information, as accumulated through the cookies, may be used only for carrying out user specific operations. Such information is encrypted in a way which makes impossible the access to it by unauthorized persons.

Deleting cookies
As a rule, applications that are used for web browsing allow to store cookies by default.. this setting can be changed so that automatic saving of cookies to be blocked in the web browser or the respective user to be informed each time before the cookies be stored in his computer. Detailed information about various methods of work with cookies may be found in the web browser settings.

Restricting the cookies may affect some of the functions of the website.