What are cookies?
Cookies are simple text files that are stored in user browsers. They have an extended use by web pages to provide a better browsing experience to users and receive traffic information. Cookies do not have the possibility of infecting the computer with viruses or installing malware. Cookies allow the server to teach personalized pages to users, for example remembering their login and avoiding the need to enter it each time a page is visited.
There are different types of cookies for various functions. None of them contain personally identifiable information, are completely anonymous so the website has no way of knowing personal data of users through cookies. Users can choose not to allow the storage of cookies.
THE TYPES OF COOKIES ARE:
1. Essential cookies:
Some cookies are strictly necessary for the browsing of web pages. Without them, some parts of our website may work incorrectly. These cookies do not store information on the activity of users.
2. Non-essential cookies:
These cookies are not essential for the correct navigation, but they help to make navigation and the collection of user activity information simple and effective.
These cookies are used to remember the user preferences on our website, thus achieving optimal navigation. They store information about the choices made by the users, and allow the personalization of the web page according to the needs of each one. . It also prevents users from having to re-enter information, or start the session every time they enter our websites.
These cookies are used to monitor the general use of our website. For this purpose, PRODER uses Google Analytics from Google Inc., which records the number of page views, visits and unique users, among other data. The data collected is used to analyze how to get to know PRODER, how many users return, which are the most visited pages, etc. This information is acquired through the IP of the users, which does not allow any personal identification of each one and is not shared with third parties. The data collected helps PRODER understand which sections and what information is of most interest to the public, thus being able to provide a better service.
What cookies does PRODER use?
FIRST PARTY COOKIES:
These cookies are stored by PRODER. They are used to save user preferences within the pages belonging to PRODER.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES:
These cookies are stored by different services used in PRODER.
When do these cookies expire?
Different cookies have different expiration dates. Some are weekly (eg, pop up ads), some have a longer life (web page performance control).
Users can choose not to store cookies in their browser at any time, bearing in mind that this could affect the correct visualization of some tools, and general navigation. Users have full control of the storage of cookies in their browsers. Some browsers allow to block all or only some cookies. The preferences can be adjusted in the privacy settings of each browser:
Chrome / Firefox / Internet Explorer / Safari.
What happens if a user deactivates the storage of cookies?
Deactivating the storage of cookies can affect the optimal navigation of our website, since some features would be disabled. Registered users would have to log in each visit and the pop-up ads could also be shown again.
Updating the cookies policy
The PRODER cookie use policy is subject to updates. PRODER advises users to consult this policy when possible.
PRODER is not engaged in mass mailing, or “spam.” Spam is the sending of unwanted emails, usually of a commercial nature, in large quantities and repeatedly, to people with whom the sender has had no prior contact or who does not wish to receive such messages.
Users can set preferences about the ads that Google shows them through the Google Ad Preferences page, or choose not to participate in the interest ad network by changing cookie settings.
PRODER uploads the IP addresses on the Website, or the location of your computer on the Internet, to optimize the management of the system and avoid possible problems. We do not use IP address records to track your session or your behavior on this Website. IP addresses are used to collect general traffic information. We will never try to identify individual users through their IP addresses.
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Updates to this policy