In these guidelines, we use the term "cookies" and mean cookies and other similar technologies are covered by the EU's directive on privacy in electronic communications.
What is a cookie?Cookies are small text files created by the Web page visited and which contains the data. They are stored in the visitor's computer to give the user access to various functions. Both session and non-session cookies are used on our pages. A session cookie is temporarily stored in your computer's memory while the visitor browses to your Web page. This cookie is erased when the user closes the browser or after a period of time (means that the session has expired). A non-session cookie remains on your computer until it is deleted.
Functionality and contentSplit function used by visitors to recommend our Web pages and content on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Cookies store information about how visitors use the split function-not at the individual level-so that the website can be improved. If you do not accept cookies, stores no information. For some features on the site, we use third party, for example. When you visit a page with video content from or with links to YouTube. These videos or links (and other content from third party) may contain third-party cookies, and you might want to consult the third party's policy regarding Web page content and use of their cookies.