Definition and role of cookies
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information about browsing habits of a user or his/her computer. Depending on the information they contain and on the way you use your computer, cookies can be used to recognize user.
WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES ARE USED THIS SITE?
1. Performance cookies
These cookies collect information on how the website is used (eg, the pages you visit or if an error occurs) and help us to troubleshoot problems, quantify the number of users or measure the use of the website. All information collected is completely anonymous and helps us to understand how our site works, making the appropriate improvements to facilitate the navigation.
Using these cookies: We can rebuild useful information while you browse the site, in order to understand the usability of the site, and will help to implement the necessary improvements. These cookies do not collect any information about you that can be used for advertising purposes, or information about your preferences (such as your user data) beyond that particular visit.
2. Functional cookies
Our purpose with these cookies is to improve the user experience. They are used to remember certain settings or to provide certain services or messages that can reach you enhance your experience on our site. For example, they allow the site to remember the country or the language you have chosen to visit the pages. These cookies are not used for marketing purposes.
Using these cookies: Remember your login as a customer when you return to the page. They never collect any information about you that can be used for advertising purposes, or information about your preferences (such as your user data) beyond that particular visit.
3. Marketing cookies
These cookies are managed by third parties. They are sent to the terminal user’s computer from a machine or domain that is not managed by the editor of this website, but by another entity that processes data obtained from cookies. Therefore, you can use these tools to restrict third party use of such cookies. For example, some of them are used to link to other websites that provide certain services to view or download videos or share content on social networks (Facebook, Twitter or Google). And in other cases, they may also change the ads of other websites to suit your preferences.
Using these cookies: Allow us to link to social networks, watch or download videos, collect information about your visit that help to tailor ads to show you in other websites or pages. Likewise it is possible that a cookie might be installed in your browser when you visit a web page or open any email where any advertisement or promotional material regarding to our products or services is showed. This will help us to show further publicity related to the search you have performed, developed published control regarding to our ads. For example, the number of times they are viewed, where they appear, what time they are published, etc.
4. Analysis cookies
For further details, please see the ‘about Hotjar’ section of Hotjar’s support site.
REVOCATION AND REMOVAL OF COOKIES
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