Cookies

Cookies are small files that are saved on your computer when you visit a website. They contain various pieces of information that can be read by the website when you return to it. Cookies are used for various purposes, for sessions (logins to forums, for example), displays of various advanced contents on the website (for example, maps, videos), visitor statistics, plugin support for social networks and web advertising tailored to the user.

 

Legal restrictions imposed on the use of cookies is above all a consequence of the abuse of cookie technology to track users and thus of the invasion of one’s privacy on the internet.

 

Types of cookies on this site

They contain information on the number of visits and user habits, and links to the provider’s websites. We anonymously measure your use of this website to improve your experience.

 

Different types of cookies have following characteristics:

  1. temporary (session) cookies or permanent cookies
  2. website's cookies or third-party cookies.

A session cookie is a cookie that is automatically deleted when you close the browser, while a permanent cookie remains stored in the browser until a specified period expires (which may take several minutes, days or more).

Website's cookies set up a site you've visited, and third-party cookies are set up by an external partner web service that is included in the site for the desired functionality.

 

Privacy settings for this site

Some of the features of this site need your consent to remember who you are.

 

Your privacy is not compromised. The Network Museum does not allow registration or editing by users. Only editors, writers and developers can obtain a registration code.
 

 

Last modified on 18 July 2017.