Cookie Policy

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This policy explains the different types of cookies and the monitoring that may be applied during your visit to the site. By using or accessing the site, you are consenting to the use of cookies and tracking technologies as described below. If you have more questions or concerns related to the policy, contact us at serverapple.com@gmail.com

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

“Cookies” are small pieces of data (often text files) that the websites you visit place on your computer or device. As a standard feature of major browser applications, cookies are widely used to make websites work or operate more efficiently, as well as to provide website owners with information about users’ browsing experiences. When users return to the same website again, your browser sends cookies previously stored on the web, allowing you to recognize the user and retrieve important information for that personalized or convenient website (for example, to retrieve stored user preferences).

Although cookies serve many valuable functions, some users may prefer not to allow or limit their use on the websites they visit. Most browsers give you the ability to manage cookies to your liking to change the configuration of your browser. For example, some pranksters will allow you to establish rules for managing cookies site by site, which allows you to refuse cookies from websites that you do not trust. You can find more information about cookies and details on how to manage or disable http://www.allaboutcookies.org or http://www.aboutcookies.org.

Note: If you choose to disable cookies on the site, your experience may be diminished and some features and functionalities of the site do not work as expected.

WHAT COOKIES DOES THE SITE USE?

Like many popular websites today, the site uses different types of cookies to work properly. Depending on the nature of your interactions with us, some partners for statistical and advertising purposes may store some or all of the types of cookies identified below in your browser. You can find additional information on the options that may be available to you in relation to the use of the site from cookies and similar technologies in How do I manage Cookies? so.

A. essential biscuit.

“Essential cookies” are essential to support the planned functionality of the site. Let our visitors do things like move around the site, use their basic services and access their main functions. Without these essential cookies, the site will not work as well as we would like, and we can not provide you with the site or certain content, services and related features that you have requested.

Processing cookies and cookies in security are two examples of essential cookies that can be used on the site. The process cakes make the job of supporting the site or the services that our visitors expect, such as navigating between the pages of the site or accessing secured parties. Security cookies provide the necessary checks and controls to protect the site and its visitors. Among other things, they help us authenticate users, avoid the fraudulent use of access credentials and maintain the confidentiality of user data.

B. Preference cookies.

We use them to help remember certain information about your options, preferences and browsing behavior to improve your experience on the site.

The preferences of the cookies allow us to better personalize your visits to the site, even to remember your preferred region, language and display settings.

Many of the features of the site should work without preference Cookies; However, your experience may be less functional and you may re-enter your preferences each time you visit.

We use your cookies to direct advertising of your preferences and to know details of the analysis of your visit to this website.

Preference Cookies on the site can store information like your language and geographical region that will help us to show you the options and display the contents therefore when you return to the site. For example, to remember your region and language, the site may be able to provide local articles and do it in their local language. We can also use preference Cookies to capture the preferred audio: and visual configuration (for example, size of text, source, resolution, etc.), refer to web sites, the sequence of pages within the site that you visit and other similar details about their behaviour of navigation and options about how the site behaves or looks. This helpsus, among other things, monitor and improve the site.

 

 

Documentation:

http://www.agpd.es/portalwebAGPD/canaldocumentacion/publicaciones/common/Guias/Guia_Cookies.pdf