A cookie is a small text file which is transferred to the user’s computer on its visit to the website and may contain:

  • Name of the server from which the cookie has been sent
  • Lifetime of the cookie
  • The value (typically randomly generated unique number)

The cookie itself does not contain or collect information however it contains a series of letters and numbers that are downloaded to the user’s computer when they visit a particular website. When user re-visits the website obtains information about the loaded cookie which allows identification of the user. Cookies are important for the functioning of the website, mostly in order to improve the user experience.

Storing of the cookies is under the full control of the browser used by the user – user can limit or prevent the use of cookies.



Cookies usually allow user-friendly online services. With the help of cookies an interaction between a user and a website is faster and easier. The web site is using cookies to remember the user’s preference and experience and allows the user more efficient and comfortable browsing the Web. With the help of cookies web site maintains fresh and relevant content in accordance with the interests of each site user.



Strictly necessary cookies

Strictly necessary cookies enable user to move around the website and use its features. Without these cookies, we will not be able to provide certain features, such as automatic forwarding to the least busy server, or remembering your wish lists.

Performance cookies

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for instance which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It is only used to improve how a website works.

Functional cookies

Functional cookies allow the website to remember certain user settings (username, language, location etc.) and provide advanced personalized features. Functional cookies record information about choices made by the user, and they also allow tailoring the website to suit the user’s needs.

Advertising (targeted) cookies

Advertising (targeted) cookies are most commonly used for targeted advertising and advertising related services (such as measurement of the advertising effectiveness). These cookies allow that on the basis of user behaviour on the site, the latter acquires the data and use them for example for advertising which corresponds to the behaviour of users on the site, limiting the number of displayed advertisements (also known as “frequency capping”), research, surveys and marketing analysis, etc.

Analysis cookies

Web Analytics monitors the behaviour of a user on the site and analyses its behaviour and the behaviour of different users on the site and link them to specific information (e.g. who are the visitors to the website – user profiles, measuring the impact of pre-emption activities in sales, etc.) This includes cookies for the purpose of monitoring web traffic, browser and keywords identification. Invasiveness of such cookies is different depending on the context of use.


The following cookies are necessary for the operation of web site www.nil.com do not include any information that would enable identification of the website visitor.



This website is managed by NIL Data Communications Ltd. and for information gathered through Analysis cookies by Google Analytics (“first party” – under the authority of the controller).

Information collected through cookies will not be disclosed to any third party. The user has under the Act on Protection of Personal Data the right to inspect, copy, update, correct, block or delete its personal data.

If you do not want to store cookies to your device, you can change the settings with the cookies notification bar located at the bottom of this page.