What are cookies?
Cookies are simple text files which are stored in the browser a user’s computer. They are widely used by most websites to improve users’ browsing experience and receive information about web traffic. Cookies cannot infect your computer with viruses or install malware. Cookies allow servers to collect certain information about users, for example, they can remember your username and password so you don’t have to log in every time you return to a page.
There are several types of cookies that do different things. Cookies never contain personally identifiable information. They are totally anonymous so that the web page has no way of gathering your personal data by using cookies. You can configure browser’s settings to accept or reject cookies if you wish.
TYPES OF COOKIES:
1. Essential cookies:
Some cookies are strictly necessary to browse websites. Without them, some parts of our website may not work properly. These cookies do not store information about your activity.
2. Non-essential cookies:
These cookies are not essential for the proper navigation, but they do help you to browse and make it easy for you to gather information.
These cookies are used to remember your preferences on our web page, enhancing your browsing experience. They store information about the choices you make and allow you to customise the website according to your individual needs. They also mean that you don’t have to re-enter information every time you come back to our web sites.
These cookies are used to monitor the general use made of our website. ETL GLOBAL uses Google Analytics Google Inc., which registers the number of page views, visits and unique users, among other data. The data gathered are used to analyse how you came to ETL GLOBAL, the number of returning users, the most frequently visited pages, etc. This information is acquired through the users’ IP address, which does enable any personal identification and is not shared with third parties. The data gathered help ETL GLOBAL to understand which sections and information are of most interest to the public, in order to offer a better service.
Other performance cookies:
Google Analytics cookies: Google Analytics cookies gather information that allows us to measure how users interact with the content of the Portal
Source: Google Inc.
Duration: 2 years
More information here: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage?hl=es
SumoMe cookies. Google Analytics cookies gather information that allows us to measure how users interact with the content of the Portal
More information here: https://help.sumo.com/hc/en-us/articles/218958727-Privacy-Policy
We use the following behaviour cookies:
Facebook Custom Audience and Facebook Pixel Cookies. These are used to show ads to users for products or services that they visited, purchased and/or used on a specific page of the website. They also limit the number of times an ad is displayed so that the user does not see exactly the same ad over and over again. These cookies are also used to measure the performance of the advertising campaigns of businesses using the services of Facebook
Duration: 2 years
More information here: https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation
Zoho CRM cookies These are used for email communications
More information here: https://www.zoho.com/es-xl/privacy.html
DoubleClick by Google: Google advertising cookies are used to study the audience by obtaining information about your browsing, collecting data anonymously, to enable us to offer browsing-based advertising.
Origin: Google Inc.
The following link contains more information about Google’s use of the DoubleClick cookies:
More information here: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2839090?hl=es
What kinds of cookies does ETL GLOBAL use?
FIRST PARTY COOKIES:
These cookies are stored by ETL GLOBAL. They are used to save the preferences of users of pages belonging to ETL.
THIRD PARTY RIGHTS:
These cookies are stored by services other than ETL GLOBAL.
When do these cookies expire?
Different cookies have different expiration dates. Some are weekly (e.g., pop-up ads), some have a longer life (web page performance control).
Users can opt to not store cookies in their browsers at any time, bearing in mind that this may interfere with the correct display of some tools, and general browsing. Users have full control of the storage of cookies on their browsers. Some browsers allow you to block all or some cookies. Preferences can be adjusted in the privacy settings of your browser:For more information about Internet Explorer, click here.
For more information about Google Chrome click here.
For more information about Firefox, click here.
For more information about Safari click here.
For more information about Opera, click here.
What happens if I disable cookies?
Disabling cookies may affect the optimal browsing of our web site, as some functionality will be disabled. Registered users have to re-enter the information with each visit and pop-up ads may also be displayed.
Acceptance of the cookies policy
The ETL GLOBAL may be updated. ETL GLOBAL advise users to check this policy when possible.
ETL does not send mass emails or “spam”. Spam consists of sending unwanted e-mails, usually marketing messages, in large numbers and repeatedly to individuals with whom the sender has had no previous contact or who do not wish to receive such messages.
Users can set preferences about the ads that Google displays to them through the Google Ad Preferences page or choose not to participate in the advertisement network by changing their cookies’ settings.
GLOBAL ETL loads IP addresses on the website, or the location of your computer on the Internet, to optimise management of the system and avoid potential problems. We do not use the records of IP addresses to track your session or your behaviour on this website. IP addresses are used to gather general information about web traffic. We will never identify individual users through your IP addresses.
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