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The following plug-ins are used by you when you visit the pages of our website and they connect the browser you use with the Facebook server. That will inform Facebook about the fact that our website has been visited by you via your IP address. When you click the “Like” button being logged on the Facebook account, your profile can display our website content through the link. Your visit of our website can be allocated by Facebook to your account too.
If you do not want that your visits of our website were allocated by Facebook to your profile, don’t forget to log off the account and only then start using the services we offer.
Information collecting and sharing:
You can publish the information worldwide pressing Google +1 button. This app offers users to receive personalized content from Google and the partners of our website. Data accessed by you through +1 is stored by Google, so don’t be surprised to see your profile shown in Google services in the form of features or links. These might be search results, a Google profile of yours, as well as many other websites and ads on the Web.
Information about your interests is collected by Google with the purpose to make its services better for you in particular. Google +1 can be used only by users with the registered Google profile that contains at least a username. It will be this name that will be used by Google services. Sometimes the name can be replaced by another one used by you sharing content from your account. Your Google profile identity will be displayed only to those users, who are aware of your email address and some specific information about you.
Collected data use:
This data is used by Google for evaluation of your website use and compilation of website activity reports for this website owner and other services. The data can be also transferred to 3rd parties by Google if that is stated by law or they function on behalf of the company. The IP address of yours will never be linked to any other data collected by it.
Adjustment of the browser settings may prevent you from storing cookies. By it is worth noting that if you opt for that, you may be deprived of using all website functionality. Another way to avoid cookies creation and important data transfer to Google is to download and install a plugin for the browser: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
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