INFORMATION ON COOKIES
1. What is a Cookie? A Cookie is a small text file that a website, app or other platform stores on your computer, tablet, smartphone or any other similar device, with information about your browsing or use, such as a tag that identifies your device. Cookies are necessary, for example, to facilitate navigation and to know how users interact with the platforms, in order to allow them to be improved. They are also very useful to offer advertising, according to the user's preferences, as well as for other purposes described below. Cookies do not damage your computer or device. When we speak of "Cookies" we also mean other similar technologies for installing and/or collecting information on your device or about your device (such as flash cookies, web beacons or bugs, pixels, HTML5 [local storage] and technologies SDK for app formats). In addition, the term “Cookies” is also applicable to the use of fingerprinting techniques, that is, information combination techniques that help us to identify your device. Occasionally, these technologies work together with cookies to compile and store information, either to provide you with certain features or services on our Platform, or to show you advertising on third-party platforms, taking into account your browsing experience. This explanation is a general sample of what is meant by Cookies, for informational purposes only. The Cookies that we use specifically are described in the cookie configuration panel, accessible on our Platform.
2. What types of Cookies are there? This section provides an overview of the types of Cookies that can be used in an online environment. Depending on their owner, Cookies can be classified into:
The. Own cookies: These are those that are sent to the user's computer or device from a device or domain managed by the publisher and from which the platform or service requested by the user is offered.
B. Third-party cookies: These are those that are sent to the user's computer or device from a device or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.
Depending on their purpose, Cookies can be classified into:
The. Strictly necessary (technical) cookies: These are those that allow the user to navigate through a website, platform or application and use the different options or services that exist on them, such as, for example, controlling traffic, identifying data or the session, accessing to restricted access sections or contents, remembering the elements of an order, carrying out the process of purchasing an order, managing payments, controlling fraud related to the security of the service, using security elements during navigation, requesting registration or participation in a event, storing content for video or sound broadcasting, enabling dynamic content (for example, loading animation of a text or image) or sharing content via social networks. Technical cookies, being strictly necessary, are downloaded by default when they allow you to show the platform or provide the service requested by the user.
B. Functionality or personalization cookies: These are those that allow the user to remember information so that the user can access the service or the platform with certain characteristics that can differentiate their experience from that of other users, such as, for example, the language, the number of results a show when the user makes a search, the appearance or content of the service depending on the type of browser used by the user or the region from which he accesses the service, etc. Failure to accept these Cookies may lead to slow website performance or poorly tailored recommendations.
ç. Analysis cookies: These are those that allow you to quantify the number of users, the sections visited on the platform and the way they interact with it, in order to carry out the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users, with the objective of introducing improvements, in function of the analysis of the usage data of the users of the platform or service.
d. Behavioral advertising cookies: These are those that store information on the behavior of users, obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the development of a specific profile to show advertising based on it. These cookies allow the management, as efficiently as possible, of advertising spaces that, if applicable, have been included directly by the publisher or in collaboration with third parties.
• Google Chrome
• Internet Explorer • Mozilla Firefox
Additionally, in relation to third-party Cookies for the purpose of providing interest-based advertising, you should note that certain third parties may be members of any of the following online behavioral advertising self-regulation programs, with the corresponding voluntary opt-out options:
• Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) - http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/
• Google Analytics - https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout