NLMK (hereinafter referred to as “We”, “our”, “us”) uses and processes cookies in order to manage its website university.nlmk.com
This kind of technology is used for different purposes (see below in Section 2). To a certain extent, they can be considered as personal data.
The present policy (hereafter “Policy”) is complementary to our Privacy Statement on the protection of the personal data which you may find at the bottom right corner of our website. We encourage you to read the said statement in order to be informed of the kind of personal data we process and collect and your rights.
This policy explains:
- what a cookie is;
- what kind of cookies we use on our websites;
- how can you manage them.
1. What are cookies and similar technologies ?
Many of our websites and applications also contain web beacons or other similar technologies, as described below.
- Social media. Some of our websites include social media cookies, including those that enable users who are signed in to the social media service to share content via that service.
Some of the cookies we commonly use are listed below. This list is not exhaustive, but it is intended to illustrate the primary purposes for which we typically set cookies. If you visit one of our websites, the site will set some or all of the following cookies:
3. Are there first or third party cookies?
In addition to the cookies we set when you visit our websites, third parties can also set cookies when you visit our sites. For example:
- Companies we hire to provide services on our behalf, such as site analytics (e. g. Google Analytics).
- Companies that deliver content, such as videos or news, or ads on our websites, place cookies on their own. These companies use the data they process in accordance with their privacy policies, which may enable them to collect and combine information about your activities across websites, apps, or online services.
Should you want further information, please consult the table mentioned below in Section 2.
4. Our use of web beacons and analytics services
Some webpages contain electronic tags known as web beacons that we use to help deliver cookies on our websites, count users who have visited those websites, and deliver co-branded products. We also include web beacons or similar technologies in our electronic communications to determine whether you open and act on them. In addition to placing web beacons on our own websites, we sometimes work with other companies to place our web beacons on their websites or in their advertisements. This helps us develop statistics on how often clicking on an advertisement on our websites results in a purchase or other action on the advertiser’s website.
Finally, our websites often contain web beacons or similar technologies from third-party analytics providers, which help us compile aggregated statistics about the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns or other operations. These technologies enable the analytics providers to set or read their own cookies or other identifiers on your device, through which they can collect information about your online activities across applications, websites, or other products. However, we prohibit these analytics providers from using web beacons on our sites to collect or access information that directly identifies you (such as your name or email address). You can opt out of data collection or use by some of these analytics providers by clicking any of the following links: Adjust, AppsFlyer, Clicktale, Flurry Analytics, Google Analytics (requires you to install a browser add-on), Kissmetrics, Mixpanel, Nielsen, Visible Measures, or WebTrends.
5. Our use of other similar technologies
In addition to standard cookies and web beacons, our products can also use other similar technologies to store and read data files on your computer. This is typically done to maintain your preferences or to improve speed and performance by storing certain files locally. But, like standard cookies, these technologies can also store a unique identifier for your computer, which can then track behavior. These technologies include Local Shared Objects (or “Flash cookies”) and Silverlight Application Storage.
Local Shared Objects or “Flash cookies.” Websites that use Adobe Flash technologies can use Local Shared Objects or “Flash cookies” to store data on your computer. To learn how to manage or block Flash cookies, go to the Flash Player help page.
Silverlight Application Storage. Websites or applications that use Silverlight technology also have the ability to store data by using Silverlight Application Storage. To learn how to manage or block such storage, see the Silverlight section of this privacy statement.
6. How long does cookies are kept ?
There are two kinds of cookies:
- Session cookies which are deleted once you close your browser;
- Permanent cookies which are deleted either once their expiration period has expired, or by deleting them manually by following the procedure described below in Section 7.
You will find the expiration time of the permanent cookies in the table mentioned above in Section 2.
7. How can you control cookies?
If you don’t agree with the use of such cookies, you can set up your browser to limit or exclude their use. Your browser may provide you with information and control over cookies. You can set your browser to alert you when a cookie is being used, and accept or reject the cookie. You can also set your browser to refuse all cookies or accept only cookies returned to the originating servers. You can generally disable the cookie feature on your browser without affecting their ability to use website(s).
To make sure you find out your way on how to change the settings, here are a few links that may be useful to configure appropriately the different browser you may be using:
- Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
- Cookie settings in Firefox
- Cookie settings in Chrome
- Cookie settings in Safari
8. How can you submit questions?
If you have a question, please contact us through the following channels:
by email: email@example.com.