What is a cookie?
A “cookie” is a small amount of text that is stored in your browser (such as Google Chrome or Apple Safari) when you browse most websites.
What information does a cookie store?
Cookies do not usually store sensitive information about you, such as credit cards or bank details, photographs or personal information, etc. The data they keep are of a technical nature, statistics, personal preferences, personalization of contents, etc.
The web server does not associate you as a person but to your web browser. In fact, if you regularly navigate with the Chrome browser and try to navigate through the same web with the Firefox browser, you will see that the web does not realize that you are the same person because you are actually associating the information with the browser, not person.
What kind of cookies are there?
Technical cookies: These are the most basic and allow, among other things, to know when a human or an automated application is browsing, when an anonymous and registered user navigates, basic tasks for the operation of any dynamic web.
Analysis cookies: They collect information about the type of navigation you are doing, the sections you use most, products consulted, time zone of use, language, etc.
Advertising cookies: Display advertising based on your browsing, country of origin, language, etc.
What are own and third party cookies?
Own cookies are those generated by the page you are visiting and those of third parties are those generated by external services or providers such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
What cookies does this website use?
The detail of the cookies used in this web page is the following:
From third parties
Collect information on the navigation of users through the website in order to know the origin of the visits and other similar data at the statistical level. It does not obtain data of the names or surnames of the users or of the specific postal address from where they are connected.
Google Analytics Google Privacy Center: http://www.google.com/intl/es/policies/privacy/
Expires at 2 years.
This cookie can be set to prevent the tracking code from sending any information to HubSpot. Setting this cookie is different from rejecting cookies , which still allows anonymous information to be sent to HubSpot.
Expires at 2 years.
This cookie is used to test if the visitor has activated the admission of cookies.
It is a session cookie.
This cookie is used to continually offer visitors the same version of an A / B test page that they have seen before.
It is a session cookie.
This cookie is used to continually redirect visitors to the language version of a page in the language they have selected in this private high-level domain in the past (if such a language version exists).
When visiting a password-protected page, this cookie is set so that you do not need to log in on future visits to the page from the same browser. The name of the cookie is unique for each page protected by password.
hs-messages-is-open (TTL 30 minutes)
This cookie is used on the side of the visitor’s UI so that HubSpot can determine / save if the chat widget is open for future visits. It resets after 30 minutes to close the widget again after 30 minutes of inactivity
hs-messages-hide-welcome-message (TTL 1 day)
When you discard the welcome message in your Messages tool, a cookie is set to prevent it from appearing again in a day.
The main cookie to track visitors. It contains the domain, utk (see below), initial time stamp (first visit), most recent time stamp (last visit), current time stamp (this visit) and session number (increases for each subsequent session).
Expires at two years.
This cookie is used to track the identity of a visitor. It is passed to HubSpot when sending forms and is used when eliminating duplication of contacts.
Expires at 10 years.
This cookie tracks the sessions. It is used to determine if we should increase the number of sessions and timestamps in the cookie __hstc cookie. Contains the domain, viewCount (increases each pageView in a session) and the start time stamp of the session.
Expires at 30 minutes.
Whenever HubSpot changes the session cookie, this cookie is also set. We set it to “1” and use it to determine if the visitor has restarted his browser. If this cookie does not exist when we administer cookies, we assume that it is a new session.
It has no expiration, it is a session cookie.
This cookie is used to recognize visitors who chat with you through the Messaging tool. If the visitor leaves your site before being added as a contact, you will have this cookie associated with your browser. If you have a chat history with a visitor and they return to your site later in the same browser to which the cookie was sent, the Messaging tool will upload your conversation history with that visitor.
How to delete cookies?
You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer: Add-on for Google Analytics browsers.
If you wish to reject the analytical cookies of Google Analytics in all the browsers, so that your information is not sent to Google Analytics, you can download an add-on that performs this function from this link .
If you choose to leave our website through links to web pages not belonging to our entity, we will not be responsible for the privacy policies of these websites or the cookies they can store on the user’s computer. Our policy regarding email focuses on sending only communications that you have requested to receive.
If you prefer not to receive these messages by email we offer you the possibility of exercising your right to cancel and waives the receipt of these messages through them, in accordance with the provisions of Title III, Article 22 of Law 34 / 2002 of Services for the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.
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