This Cookies Policy refers to the information collected from users or visitors (hereinafter, "you" or "your") in our websites, applications and other services in which this Cookies Policy is published (each site web is called, individually or collectively, the "Website") through cookies, shared local objects and other mechanisms.
What are cookies, shared local objects and pixel tags?
A "cookie" is a small data file that is placed in your web browser, computer or device, when you access or use a website, and that stores text that our web server or other third parties may read in the future. Cookies are used to recognize your browser and may allow us to identify you as the same person who visited our Website in the past, in addition to relating the use you make of our Website with other information about you, such as data on the use of the Website or personal data collected by other means. Cookies can be "session" (that is, they are stored only during a browser session) or "persistent" (that is, they continue in your browser until they expire or are permanently deleted).
Shared local objects (for example, flash cookies)
A shared local object is similar to a cookie, but it is stored on your computer or mobile device, instead of in the browser, through a media player or other software installed on your computer or device. A shared local object can store content that goes beyond the text. Like cookies, it is also used to recognize you as the same person who visited our Websites in the past and to relate your use of our Website with other information about you, such as data on the use of the Website or personal.
Web beacons and other tags
Web beacons (also called "transparent GIFs" or "pixel tags") are usually very small, one pixel images, which are embedded in a page of a website or in electronic communications, such as in an email message. These technologies help to verify when a certain page (or area) of a Website has been viewed, when a message has been opened and when it has been clicked or links or other contents have been displayed.