1. Cookie use policy
1.1. About Cookies
Cookies – small text files that a website saves users’ computers. Cookies contain information which can also be used in your browsing different websites that use the same cookie follow.
Cookies are divided according to time and what it finds.
3. Cookies and their functions are
different kinds of cookies are used for different purposes.
Following are the most frequently occurring types of cookies on the list and explains why they are used.
3.1. Session cookies
Session cookies are temporarily stored in your computer’s memory while you are browsing the web site, for example, to be able to keep track of what language you have chosen. Session cookies on your computer are not stored in the memory for a long time, they always disappear when you turn off your web browser.
3.2. Long-term tracking cookies and
persistent cookies on your computer saves a file for a long time; this type of cookie has an expiration date. Long-term cookies help websites remember your information and settings, when you visit the future. This results in faster and more convenient access, as, for example, you do not need to re-connect.
After the expiration date, the cookie is automatically deleted when you return to the website that created it.
3.3. Visited the site cookies
They are determined by the website (the same scope as the browser address bar) and can be read only in the living room. These cookies are typically used for information such as your options to save, in order to use you to visit the site again.
3.4. Third-party cookies
These sets different names (domains), in your browser’s address bar, ie not visited the website owners.
These cookies, for example, is used to collect information for advertising and user content. Also, third-party cookies can be used to collect statistics.
Because third-party cookies to create a more comprehensive surveys about users’ browsing habits, they are considered more sensitive visitors, so the majority of web browsers allow you to adjust the settings, and accept third-party cookies.
3.5. Flash cookies
Flash cookies (Local Shared Objects) are data elements which a website using Adobe Flash, can save on your computer.
Flash cookies are new to your attendance tracking and greater amount of information about you than with conventional cookies preservation method. One of the main flash cookies drawback is that you can not find them in your browser. They do not appear in the list of cookies that you see when you view the cookies currently stored on your web browser. Common HTTP cookies can not store more than 4 kilobytes of data, while Flash cookies can store up to 100 kilobytes.
Flash cookies technical design is similar to the other cookies. Almost all web browsers Flash Player, use Flash presentations show. One well-known Flash presentation example is a video player, YouTube video site. (Flash cookies are not only related to YouTube, but they apply to all web sites that use Flash cookies.)
Flash cookies have no time limit. They will be until removed.
3.5.1. How to disable Flash Cookies
Cookies can not be blocked or manage Flash cookies, because they are stored in another location – the Adobe Web site settings common driver retention settings panel.
Setting the driver can reach the Adobe Web site, but it does place on your computer. The web of conservation settings display all Flash cookies that are currently stored on your computer. You can delete flash cookies from individual sites or all at once. It is also possible to increase or reduce all of the information that is stored on your computer, the amount of kilobytes.
Flash cookies are not saved if going to the preservation of the common settings to disable the option “Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer.
If you want to disable Flash cookies for individual sites, you can make the driver settings.
4. Cookies Management
4.1. How to view the cookies
As the cookies are simple text files, they can browse through the many text editors or editors. You can click on the cookie and open it. The following is a list of links to view cookies for different browsers. If you use a different browser, see the browser cookie information. If you have a smartphone, you can find more information on your phone’s manual.
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If you want to make a website completely netalpintų your computer cookies, you can adjust your browser settings so that you will be notified prior to placing any cookie. You can also customize your settings so your browser to refuse all cookies or foreign cookies only. Similarly, you can delete your cookies that have already been placed on the computer. Please note that you will need to separately adjust the settings used for each browser and computer.
Please be advised that if you do not want cookies, we can not guarantee that our website will function properly. Some features of this site may be lost and some web sites can not see more. Moreover, it rejects cookies does not see any ads. This means that the ad will not be more tailored to your interests and will be repeated more often.
Each browser has different customization method. If necessary, use your browser’s help function to make proper settings.
About cookies off your mobile phone for more details, see your phone’s manual.
More information about cookies can be found online http://www.aboutcookies.org/
5. Kiti / nenumatyti slapukai
Atsižvelgiant į tai, kaip veikia internetas ir žiniatinklio svetainės, mes ne visada žinome apie slapukus, kuriuos patalpina trečiosios šalys mūsų interneto svetainėje. Tai ypač taikytina atvejams, kai mūsų interneto svetainėje yra vadinamieji įtaisytieji elementai: tekstai, dokumentai, vaizdai ar trumpieji filmai, kurie yra išsaugoti kitos šalies svetainėje, bet rodomi mūsų ar per mūsų interneto svetainę.
Todėl jeigu susidursite su tokiais slapukais mūsų interneto svetainėje, kurių mes nenurodėme anksčiau, praneškite mums. Arba kreipkitės tiesiogiai į susijusią trečiąją šalį ir paklauskite, kokius slapukus jie patalpino, kodėl taip daro, apie slapuko naudojimo trukmę ir kaip jie užtikrina jūsų privatumą.
6. Further information