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What are cookies and what is their purpose?

The Registry Agency provides high-tech electronic administrative services. It is important for us that you are familiar with the way cookies are used by the portal and for what purpose they are stored on your computer or mobile device.

What are cookies

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device. The function of cookies is to distinguish you from other users of the same website or to store certain information related to your preferences. They are used by most sites to make your browsing easier.
Each cookie is unique to your browser and contains anonymous information. The content includes the name of the domain that the cookie comes from, its "lifespan" and a value, usually in the form of a randomly generated number.
What types of cookies we use and what they are intended for.
Security and identification.

The purpose of cookies intended for connection security is:

To recognize the user within the specific session.
To control security.
To ensure that the information that the user enters is only visible to him.
Security and authentication cookies are deleted automatically after the end of your browser session and are stored for a limited time in order to ensure smooth operation of the site. It is important to note that these, as well as other types of cookies on the site, do not store the entered personal data.
Efficiency and functionality.
Performance cookies aim to collect statistical information and provide content according to individual user preferences. Through them we anonymously measure the number of visits, the pages viewed, the activity of visitors, as well as repeated visits to the site. These cookies help us analyze traffic, which allows us to improve the website as well as the overall user experience.
Manage and delete cookies.
Please note that many of the cookies we use will improve your browsing on our website, and the rest are important to ensure security of access.

Depending on the browser used, you can:

Allow or deny the storage of cookies from all sources.
Set a notification that will ask for permission to accept or decline each new cookie.
Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default. However, if you do not want cookies to be stored on your computer, you can restrict them by changing the settings of the browser used.