What are cookies?
A cookie is a file whose mission is to be downloaded to your computer or the device you are using when accessing certain web pages or applications. Cookies are intended, among other things, to proceed to the collection of statistical information, to facilitate some technical functionalities and to store and retrieve information about browsing habits or preferences of a user or their equipment.
A cookie is stored on a computer to identify the browser while interacting with our websites or applications. Provided that the browser's preferences allow it, a website may set a cookie on it. A browser is only authorized to allow a website to access cookies that it sets itself, but never those set by other websites.
Third-party cookies are used on the websites and applications of this website, designed to collect anonymous statistical data on the visits received in order to be able to optimally monitor the advertising campaigns in force at the time of the visit.
What is the importance of cookies?
This website uses these cookies for the following reasons:
Operational: Control and limit traffic and data communication as a mechanism to ensure service.
For ease of use: To simplify and improve navigation on websites, blogs and applications, remembering, for example, the elements that make up an order. Certain cookies are essential for the correct use of the services of the websites and blogs of this website.
this website in no case carries out any registration of the activities that the user performs on the network nor does it create user profiles.
What types of cookies does this website use?
Technical Cookies: They help control traffic and data communication, session identification, contribute to improving the quality of our service, including storing user preferences, improving the selection of advertisements presented to you as well as search results and the ability to track two user trends. Cookies are also used in advertising media to make it easier for advertisers to manage their advertising through the site.
Advertising management cookies: These are third-party cookies that are used to provide advertising to our websites and applications. They are used to collect anonymous statistical data on the visits that are received, providing an optimal monitoring of an advertising campaign.
They have the ability to collect information that will include the user's IP and Internet provider, usually for geotargeting purposes or measurement of the exposure of certain ads, which will depend on how the browser is configured and how it behaves when it is exposed to advertising campaigns developed on the Internet: the number of impressions of a particular advertising medium, the number of clicks, the number of visitors to the page, etc..
Statistical Cookies: In charge of collecting information on the date of visit, the title of the visited web page and the URL. The reports to which this information gives rise will be eminently statistical in nature and will be limited to reporting on browsing behavior in an anonymous way.
Session Cookies: They keep information about the type of user who visits this website, proceeding to save the user nickname so you do not have to be entering it page by page. It also retains encrypted information and information about the user's favorites.
Analytical Cookies: Designed to track the search engine from which the website has been visited and the search terms used to find it. In the same way they are in charge of calculating the time the user spends on the web in each session and the number of times the page has been visited. Whenever services are added to or excluded from websites and applications, the list of cookies may be modified.
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Types of cookies by expiration
Cookies used by this website may have the following types of expiration:
Session: Whose expiration occurs each time the user logs out of the session.
Service: Related to a personalized service within the site and have an expiration of less than 24 hours.
Persistent: Permanently installed in your browser, being activated each time you visit the site, unless you deactivate their use.