What are cookies?
Cookies are text files generated by a website when visited, which are placed on your computer or mobile device through the internet browser. Their implementation helps the website recognize your device on your next visit, allowing the site to function quickly and efficiently. They only retain information according to your preferences. If desired, users have the option to choose whether to be notified about their receipt and to block their entry into their system through the browser.
What are they used for?
This mechanism helps determine the usefulness, interest, and number of uses of websites, allowing for faster and more efficient navigation, eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.
Check below the types used on our website:
Analytical Cookies: These are used to analyze how users navigate the website and monitor its performance. With this, we can identify possible errors and correct any problems that arise to improve the user's browsing experience on our site. We also use them to understand which pages are most accessed, the linking method between pages, or to understand the reason for some pages that may present unexpected errors.
Performance | Functionality Cookies Allows the website to remember user preferences. For example, cookies prevent the user from typing their name each time they access the site and provide advanced services to the user, such as commenting on an article. Performance and functionality cookies store user preferences regarding the use of the site, so it is not necessary to reconfigure the site on a new visit.
Social media cookies: Allows sharing pages and content you find relevant on our website through digital media platforms, either our own, third-party, or from other sites. They can also be used for advertising purposes.
The cookies used may be:
Permanently: They are stored in your internet browser, on access devices (PC, mobile, and tablet), and are used whenever the user revisits the website. They typically provide targeting based on your interests, allowing the site to deliver a more personalized service.
Session cookies: They are temporary and remain in your internet browser's cookies until you leave the website. The information obtained helps identify issues and provide a better browsing experience.
How to disable cookies?
All browsers have tools that enable specific settings to accept, reject, or remove cookies.
It is important to note that by disabling cookie settings, access to the site with better performance may be compromised, and some web services may not function properly, affecting, partially or totally, website navigation.