Cookies are small files, typically of letters and numbers, that are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit certain websites. When you return to these websites, or visit other websites that use the same cookies, the websites recognize these cookies and your browsing device. They are widely used to make websites work, or operate more efficiently, as well as to provide information to site owners and to remember you and your preferences. Cookies may be set by the site you visit, or by third-parties, such as those who provide content, advertising or analytics services on the website.
These are essential cookies that enable you to navigate through our Site and use certain features. An example of the use of strictly necessary cookies is the allowance to access secure areas such as the user panel. Without these cookies, some of our features and services cannot be provided.
These types of cookies collect information about how you use our Site. They can collect information about which pages you visit most often and how long you spend on that page. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and is only used to improve our services.
These cookies allow us to store the decisions you make on our Site. They help us to adapt our services so we can provide you with relevant content. These cookies can store preferences you set, such as the language and more. We use them when you access our Site.
Cookies may be used per “session” or “persistent”. “Sessions” cookiesThis type of cookies expires and is deleted when you close your browser. “Persistent” cookies This type of cookie remains in place until it expires automatically or until you delete it through your browser settings. The expiration dates are set in the cookies themselves and may very in length, depending on the purpose of the cookie.
In addition to cookies, we may use some other technologies that work in a similar way. These are: Web Beacons - Small graphic images that may be included on our website, in our mobile application or those of third parties to provide analytics information. SDKs - These are third-party software development kits for mobile applications that are used in our applications. They allow us to collect information about the activity of the application and the device on which it runs.
Social widgets - Buttons or icons provided by third-party social media networks that may collect browsing data and are received and controlled by the third party. Local shared objects - These are sometimes called flash cookies and can be stored on your browser. They are used to maintain preferences and usage logs.
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