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- What are cookies?
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- What are cookies used for?
Cookies facilitate the recognition of the terminal from which the user accesses the site or its subdomains, ensuring a relevant presentation of the content, adapted to the user’s previous preferences.
In general, cookies store information such as previous browsing preferences, language, location, privacy preferences, etc. They are also used in the preparation of aggregated anonymous statistics that facilitate the understanding of the user experience regarding the site, allowing to improve their structure and content, excluding, in most cases, the personal identification of the user.
- How long does a cookie last?
Some of the cookies on the Site are managed by its web servers. The lifespan of a cookie varies depending on the purpose for which it was placed.
a single session (current session) – is deleted when leaving the Site;
maintaining the user’s acceptance of the Cookies Policy – 3 years since the last interaction with us.
- Cookies used by the Site and their purpose:
|NAME COOKIES /
WHERE THEY ARE USED
|WHAT DOES IT DO?
|THE GOAL||STORAGE PERIOD||Holder|
In the entire website
|Helps you log in as a user (log in / log out).||Site functionality (user authentication and identification)||It is deleted when you leave the website||Site Owner|
In the entire website
|Collect statistics to track your use of the site, as well as analyze traffic sources.||Traffic information to differentiate users||5 years||Third party – Google|
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