What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of data or text that a website stores on your computer, mobile terminal, or other equipment used to access the site. The cookies allow us to compare and understand how visitors are browsing our website, so we can improve the navigation process.
The goal of the cookies on our site is to know the performance of the site, or to analyze the visitors, allowing us to improve the structure and content, excluding the personal identification of the user.
We use two types of cookies:
- per session
The per session cookies are temporary files that remain in the user’s terminal until the end of the session or until the web browser is closed. The fixed ones remain on the user’s terminal for a specified period in the browser or until they are manually deleted by the user.
The service provider retains full control over the data collected through per session and fixed cookies. The site will display cookies on the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer
Cookies in Social Media and Online Advertisement
The service provider is present on multiple social networking sites. The service provider’s site does not send cookies by displaying links to our social channels when you browse our site.
You can follow the links on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google +, LinkedIn, and Pinterest pages, each social network having its own methods of requesting acceptance to place cookies that we do not have control over. YouTube has its own cookies and privacy policies that we do not have control over. There is no installation of cookies on YouTube until you agree with the You Tube cookies.
Similarly, by visiting the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google +, LinkedIn, and Pinterest pages on our site, you will be redirected to social pages that have their own control policies and privacy policies that we do not have control of.
For active online advertising campaigns, your acceptance is declared by the browser-enabled option, allowing you to make ad banner impressions according to your preferences. Use of personal data will only be done with your explicit consent.
The expiration date of the cookie is according to the expiration date declared in the browser. The cookie used by our site is used to collect IP address, location, country, region, city, date of visit of our site, page visited at that time by the visitor, URL of the page accessed in that site visitor time, links to an external domain that was accessed, user device screen resolution, or site searches.
To improve your experience on our site, we use aggregated anonymous traffic analysis systems to secure the site and provide visitor marketing and activity statistics on the site.
By accepting the cookie we will collect data related to:
- IP Addresses
- Location: Country, region, city, latitude and longitude coordinates (Geolocation)
- Date and time of cookie (or site visit)
- The title of the page accessed at that time
- The URL of the page currently accessed
- The URL of the most visited page
- Device resolution (computer, mobile terminal, or other user equipment) from which they access the site
- Time and location based on the region from where the site is accessed
- Files that are accessed or downloaded
- Links to an external domain that was accessed through a link
- Page loading speed
- The language used by the browser from which the site was visited
- Browser version
- The plugins of the browser version accessed (PDF, Flash, Java, …)
- Accessed page language
- Different campaigns / accessed offers
- Events visited
- Site searches
- The date and time of the first visit of the site or page
- Date and time of the previous page visit to the site
- The number of visits of each visitor on the site
Do you want to stop receiving cookies?
If you do not want to receive cookies, by giving up the web site tracking, you can set up your Internet browser to delete them from your computer’s hard drive or to let you know when they want reinstall.
All modern browsers (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, Opera) offer the ability to change cookie settings.
These settings are usually found in the “Options” menu or in the “Preferences” menu of each browser. If you disable cookie save or use the Private / Incognito mode that most browsers are equipped with, all systems that we use, internal or third, will take these options into consideration, and some features offered to you as a user could not work correctly.
If you completely disable cookies in your browser, we may still collect some generic work session data to have a high security level, but these data will not be processed as marketing data.