Cookies policy

Cookies policy

As we inform you as soon as you access our website, this site uses its own and third-party cookies with the aim of providing you with the best user experience and developing our activity.

At any time, you will have the option to configure your browser to reject the use of these cookies which, in some cases, will affect your user experience.

If you want to know more about this website’s use of cookies, you are in the right place.

Next, we are going to explain to you what exactly cookies are; what type of cookies we use and why; and how you can exercise your right to configure your browser and reject the use of any of them.

Of course, you should know that if you decide not to use some cookies, this website may not work perfectly, affecting your user experience.

What is a cookie

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages or blogs.

Cookies allow this page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about your browsing habits or your equipment, and depending on the information they contain and the way you use your equipment, they can be used to recognize you.

The user’s browser stores cookies on the hard drive only during the current session, taking up minimal memory space and not harming the computer.

Cookies do not contain any specific personal information, and most of them are deleted from the hard drive at the end of the browser session (so-called session cookies).

Most browsers accept cookies as standard and, independently of them, allow or prevent temporary or memorized cookies in the security settings.

Cookies are associated with the browser, not the person, so they do not usually store sensitive information about you such as credit cards or bank details, photographs or personal information, etc. The data they store is of a technical, statistical nature, personal preferences, content customization, etc.

Acceptance of cookies: current regulations

By accessing this website, and in accordance with current regulations on data protection, we inform you of the use of cookies, giving you the option to expressly accept them and access more information through this cookie policy.

You should know that, if you continue browsing, you will be giving your consent to the use of these cookies. But, at any time, you can change your mind and block its use through your browser.

For your complete peace of mind, this website complies with the provisions of current regulations regarding the use of cookies and your personal data:

The lssi-ce regulation (law of the information society and electronic commerce)

The rgpd (regulation (eu) 2016/679 of the european parliament and of the council of 27 april 2016 relating to the protection of natural persons), which unifies the regulation of the processing of personal data in the eu countries.

This cookie policy could be modified at any time to adapt to regulatory developments or changes in our activities, with the policy published on the website being valid at any time.

Types of cookies

In order to offer you a better user experience, obtain analytical data, store and retrieve information about your browsing habits or your equipment and carry out its activity, this website uses its own and third-party cookies.

What types of cookies does this website use?

  • Technical cookies: These are those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and use the different options or services that exist therein, such as, for example, controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted access parts, remembering the elements that make up an order, carrying out the purchase process of an order, making a request for registration or participation in an event , use security elements while browsing, store content for broadcasting videos or sound or share content through social networks.
  • Personalization cookies: these are those that allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics predefined based on a series of criteria on the user’s terminal, such as the language, the type of browser through which you access the service, the regional configuration from which you access the service, etc.
  • Analysis cookies: These are those that, well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and thus carry out the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by the users. users of the service offered. To do this, your navigation on our website is analyzed in order to improve the offer of products or services that we offer.
  • Advertising cookies: These are those that, well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to manage the offer of advertising spaces on the website in the most efficient way possible. , adapting the content of the advertisement to the content of the requested service or the use you make of our website. To do this, we can analyze your internet browsing habits and we can show you advertising related to your browsing profile.
  • Behavioral advertising cookies: These are those that allow the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the editor has included on a page website, application or platform from which the requested service is provided. These cookies store information on user behavior obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows the development of a specific profile to display advertising based on it.
  • Third-party cookies: This website may use third-party services that, on behalf of Google, will collect information for statistical purposes, the use of the site by the user and for the provision of other services related to the activity of the website and other internet services.

In particular, this website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. residing in the United States with headquarters at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043.

To provide these services, Google uses cookies that collect information, including the user’s IP address, which will be transmitted, processed and stored by Google in the terms established on the Google.Com website.

This includes the possible transmission of such information to third parties for reasons of legal requirement or when such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.

Manage and reject the use of cookies

At any time, you can adapt your browser settings to manage, reject the use of cookies and be notified before they are downloaded.

You can also adjust the settings so that the browser rejects all cookies, or only third-party cookies. And you can also delete any of the cookies that are already on your computer.

To do this, you must keep in mind that you will have to separately adapt the configuration of each browser and device you use since, as we have mentioned previously, cookies are associated with the browser, not with the person.

Google chrome https://support.Google.com/chrome/answer/95647?Hl=es-419

Internet explorer https://support.Microsoft.com/es-es/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-10

Mozilla firefox https://support.Mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-sitios-web-rastrear-preferences?Redirectlocale=es&redirectslug=habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-que-los- we-sites

Apple safari https://support.Apple.com/es-es/ht201265

If you have any questions about this cookie policy, you can contact us by sending an email to Website.information.And.contact@gmail.Com

Own cookies

They are those cookies that are sent to the User’s computer or device and managed exclusively by this website for the best functioning of the Website. The information collected is used to improve the quality of the Website and its Content and your experience as a User.

These cookies allow us to recognize the User as a recurring visitor to the Website and adapt the content to offer content that fits their preferences.

Third party cookies

They are cookies used and managed by external entities that provide this website with services requested by it to improve the Website and the user experience when browsing the Website.

The main objectives for which third-party cookies are used are to obtain access statistics and analyze navigation information, that is, how the User interacts with the Website.

The information obtained refers, for example, to the number of pages visited, the language, the place from which the IP address from which the User accesses, the number of Users who access, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the time of visit, the browser they use, the operator or type of device from which the visit is made.

This information is used to improve the Website, and detect new needs to offer Users Content and/or service of optimal quality.

In any case, the information is collected anonymously and Website trend reports are prepared without identifying individual users.

You can obtain more information about cookies, information about privacy, or consult the description of the type of cookies used, their main characteristics, expiration period, etc. in the following link(s):

  • Google: https://www.google.es/
  • Google Adsense: https://www.google.com/intl/es_es/adsense/start/
  • Google Search Console: https://search.google.com/search-console/about

How Google uses cookies

This page describes the types of cookies and other technologies used by Google. It also explains how Google and our partners We use cookies in advertising.

Cookies are small pieces of text that websites you visit send to your browser.

They allow websites to remember information about your visit, which can make it easier to revisit the sites and make them more useful to you.

Other technologies, such as unique identifiers used to identify a browser, application or device, pixels, and local storage, may also be used for these purposes.

The cookies and other technologies described on this page may be used for the purposes indicated below.

Please see the Privacy Policy to learn how we protect your privacy in our use of cookies and other information.

Types of cookies and other technologies used by Google

Some or all of the cookies or other technologies described below may be stored on your browser, application or device. To manage the use of cookies, and even reject the use of some of them, you can visit G.co/privacytools.

You can also Manage cookies in your browser (although mobile browsers may not offer this capability). In your device or app settings, you can manage other technologies used to identify apps and devices.

Functionality

Cookies and other technologies used for functionality purposes allow you to access essential functions of a service.

For example, preferences (such as the language you have chosen), session-related information (such as the contents of a shopping cart), and product optimizations that help maintain and improve that are considered essential. service.

Some cookies and other technologies are used to remember your preferences.

For example, most people who use Google services have a cookie called “nid” or “enid” in their browsers, depending on their cookie options.

These cookies are used to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language, the number of results you want displayed on each search results page (for example, 10 or 20), and whether you want the safe search filter. Google is activated or deactivated. The “nid” cookie expires 6 months after the user’s last use, while the “enid” cookie lasts 13 months.

The “visitor_info1_live” and “yec” cookies have a similar purpose on YouTube and are also used to detect and resolve problems with the service. These cookies have a duration of 6 and 13 months, respectively.

Other cookies and technologies are used to maintain and improve your experience during a particular session.

For example, YouTube uses the “pref” cookie to store information such as your preferred settings for your pages and your playback preferences; For example, the autoplay options you’ve selected, shuffling content, and player size. In you tube music, these preferences include volume, repeat mode, and autoplay.

This cookie expires 8 months after the user’s last use. The “pm_sess” cookie also helps preserve your browser session and lasts for 30 minutes.

Cookies and other technologies may also be used to improve the performance of Google services.

For example, the “cgic” cookie improves the generation of search results by autocompleting search queries based on what a user initially enters. This cookie lasts for 6 months.

Google uses the “consent” cookie, which has a duration of 2 years, to store a user’s status regarding their cookie choices. The “socs” cookie, which lasts 13 months, is also used for this same purpose.

Security

Cookies and other technologies used for security purposes help authenticate users, prevent fraud, and protect you when you interact with a service.

Cookies and other technologies used to authenticate users ensure that only the owner of an account can access it. For example, the “sid” and “hsid” cookies contain encrypted and digitally signed records of a user’s Google Account ID and most recent login time.

The combination of these cookies allows Google to block many types of attacks, such as attempts to steal the content of forms submitted on Google services.

Some cookies and other technologies are used to prevent spam, fraud and abuse. For example, the cookies “pm_sess”, “ysc” and “aec” are responsible for verifying that the requests made during a browsing session come from the user and not from other sites.

These cookies prevent malicious sites from acting as the user without their knowledge. The “pm_sess” cookie lasts 30 minutes, and the “aec” cookie lasts 6 months. The “ysc” cookie lasts for an entire user browsing session.

Analytics

Cookies and other technologies used for analytics help collect data that allows services to understand how you interact with a particular service. This information is used to improve the content of the services and their functions, to offer you a better experience.

Some cookies and other technologies help sites and apps understand how visitors interact with their services.

For example, Google analytics Uses a set of cookies to collect information and provide website usage statistics without Google personally identifying you. each visitor.

The main cookie used by Google Analytics is “_ga”, which allows the services to distinguish one visitor from another and has a duration of 2 years.

It is used by all sites where Google Analytics is implemented, including Google services. Each “_ga” cookie is unique to a specific property, so it cannot be used to track a user or browser across unrelated websites.

Google services also use the cookies “nid” and “enid” in Google search and “visitor_info1_live” and “yec” in YouTube for analytical purposes.

Advertising

Google uses cookies and other technologies for advertising purposes, such as serving and rendering ads, personalizing ads (depending on the user’s settings at G.co/adsettings  Or at the app and device level), limit the number of times an ad is shown to a user, hide ads that the user has indicated they do not want to see again, and measure the effectiveness of ads.< /span>

The “nid” cookie is used to show Google ads on Google services to users who are not logged in, while the “anid” and “ide” cookies are used to show Google ads on non-Google sites. Google.

If you have enabled personalized ads, the “anid” cookie is used to remember this setting and lasts for 13 months in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and 24 months elsewhere.

If you have disabled them, the “anid” cookie is used to store that setting until 2030. The “nid” cookie expires 6 months after the user’s last use. The “ide” cookie lasts for 13 months in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and 24 months elsewhere.

Depending on your ad settings, other Google services, such as YouTube, may also use these and other cookies and technologies, such as the “visitor_info1_live” cookie, for advertising purposes.

Some cookies and other technologies used for advertising purposes are intended for users who log in to use Google services. For example, the “dsid” cookie is used to identify a user who is logged in to non-Google sites and to remember whether the user has accepted ad personalization.

It lasts 2 weeks.

Through the Google advertising platform, businesses can advertise on Google services and non-Google sites. Some cookies help Google display ads on third-party sites and are set on the domain of the website you visit. For example, the “_gads” cookie allows sites to display Google ads.

Cookies beginning with “_gac_” come from Google Analytics and are used by advertisers to measure user activity and the performance of their advertising campaigns. “_gads” cookies have a duration of 13 months, while “_gac_” cookies last 90 days.

Some cookies and other technologies are used to measure the performance of ads and campaigns, as well as the conversion rates of Google ads on the sites you visit. For example, cookies beginning with “_gcl_” are primarily used to help advertisers determine how many times users who click on their ads end up taking an action on their site (for example, a purchase).

Cookies used to measure conversion rates are not used to personalize ads. “_gcl_” cookies have a duration of 90 days.

See more information about cookies used for advertising purposes Here.

Personalization

Cookies and other technologies used for personalization purposes improve your experience by providing you with personalized content and features, depending on your G.co/privacytools< settings. a i=2> Or from the application or device settings.

Personalized content and features include, among other things, more relevant results and recommendations, a personalized YouTube home page, and ads tailored to your interests.

For example, the “visitor_info1_live” cookie can enable personalized recommendations on YouTube based on what you have seen and the searches you have done. On the other hand, the “nid” cookie enables personalized search autocomplete features as you type search terms.

These cookies expire 6 months after the user’s last use. Another personalization cookie, “uule”, sends precise location information from your browser to Google servers so that Google can show you results relevant to your location.

The use of this cookie depends on your browser settings and whether you have location enabled in your browser. The “uule” cookie lasts up to 6 hours.

Non-personalized content and features differ from personalized content and features in that they are influenced by factors such as the content you are currently viewing, the Google search you performed, and your general location.