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PRIVACY AND TERMS

Cookie Policy

PRIVACY AND TERMS

Cookie Policy

1. What is a cookie

A ‘Cookie’ is a little file of text that a website stores in the user’s browser, easing the navigation in the website. They are essential to the functioning of the Internet.

Cookies are used, for example, to remember the likes of the user of the web such as language and browser, to analyze the habits and behaviors of the user, to improve the offered services, or to adjust the contents of a webpage to the visitor’s preferences.

2. Types of Cookies

Cookies can be classified in the following way:

According to the entity that manages (Owner):

Our own cookies: Those that are sent to your devices from our own devices or domain and from which we provide the requested service.

Cookies from a third party: Are those that are sent to your device from a device or domain that is not managed by us, instead it is managed by another cooperative entity. Like, for example, the used by social media, or by external content as videos stored in YouTube.

According to the time range that they remain active (Duration):

Session cookies: They are temporal cookies that remain in your browser’s cookies file until you abandon the webpage, so that none is registered in the local memory of your device. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns in the web. In the long run, this allows us to provide a better experience to improve the content and ease its use.

Lasting cookies: These are stored in the local memory of your device and our web reads them each time that you execute a new visit. A permanent web possess an expiration date determined. The cookie will stop working after this date. These cookies are used, generally, to ease the purchase and registry services.

According to the objective. (Objective):

Technical cookies: These are those that are necessary for the navigation and the good functioning of our webpage. They allow, for example, to control traffic, to communicate data, to access parts of the restricted access, to carry out the purchase process of an order, to use the security elements, to store the contents to be able to spread videos or share contents trough social media.

Customized cookies: These are those that allow you to access the service with some predefined characteristics according to a series of criteria, for example, the language, the type of browser through which you can access the service and the regional settings from where you can access the service, etc.

Analysis cookies: These are those that allow you to quantify the number of users and to conduct the measurements and statistical analyses of the use that the users make of the provided services. We analyze your navigation in our web to improve the offer of products and services we offer.

Advertisement cookies: These are those that allow the management, in the most efficient way, of the advertising spaces that we could be included in our webpage.

Behavioral advertisement cookies: These cookies store the information of the user’s behavior obtained through continued observation. Thanks to them, we can know the habits of navigation in the internet and show you advertisements related with your navigation profile.

3. What cookies we use and with which objectives

Down below are the details of the cookies used by this website and the objective and duration of each of them:

Session cookies: Designed to gather and store data when the user accesses the web. They are used to store information saved only for the introduction of the requested service by the user in only one occasion.

Lasting cookies: In this case the data is still stored in the terminal and is accessible during a period defined by the person in charge of the cookie, it could be several minutes or several years.

Our own cookies: These are cookies created by this website and that only the site can read.

Cookies from a third party: Created and managed by other entities, like providers of advertisement services, of customization or analysis. These third parties can report anonymous data to us.

Technical cookies: They allow the user to navigate through a webpage and to use different options or services that exist in it like, for example, controlling the traffic or the communication of data

Customized cookies: They allow the user to access the website with some characteristics of general character predefined according to a series of criteria in their own terminal, for example, the language, the type of browser through which they accessed the service, the regional settings from which accesses the service, etc.

Analysis cookies: They allow the monitoring and analysis of the user’s behavior in the website to the person in charge. The information gathered is used to measure the activity in the web and to develop navigation profiles of the users.

4. About third parties’ Cookies

VisualNACert’s web can use services from third parties that, in the expenses of VisualNACert, will gather information with statistical purposes, the use of the Site by the user and for other services related with the website’s activity and other internet services.

You must know that if you share the contents of our website with friends through social media, it is possible that you receive cookies from these websites. We cannot control the settings of third parties’ cookies, this is why we suggest you check the website from said third parties to obtain more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Google Analytics uses ‘cookies’ to help the website analyze the use that users make of the website. The information that the cookie generates about its use of the webpage (including their IP direction) will be directly transmitted and stored by Google in their USA servers. Google will use this information in our expense with the purpose of following the pattern of its use of the webpage and gathering reports of the activity in the webpage and the use of the Internet. When using this webpage you agree to the treatment of information about you by Google in the previously stated form and objectives.

Check Google’s Privacy Policy

5. Ways to block and limit the use of Cookies

It is important to highlight that these technologies are not intrusive, because all the information obtained through cookies in completely anonymous and in no case can it be associated with a specific and identified user. This information allows VisualNACert to adapt and improve their services to the user’s interests. However, the user has the option of blocking the production of cookies, through the selection of the correspondent option in their bowser program. VisualNACert informs that in the case that you disable the use of cookies the navigation can be slower than usual.

In particular, all browsers allow you to change or disable the cookie settings. These settings are found located in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ on your browser’s menu.

Down below we show you through these links how to disable the cookies following the instructions in the most used browsers:

Google Chrome 

Mozilla Firefox 

Internet Explorer

Safari

Safari para iOs y iPad

However, if you want to block the analysis cookies from Google, you can install an accessory in your browser developed following the instructions indicated in the following link:  https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

On the other hand, in relation to the accessories of external entities (like for example the services of Google Inc.) used in our web portal we recommend to all of our users to access the privacy policy of each service provider to obtain more information. The links are:

Google Inc.

Zendesk

Stripe

Redsis

Acumbamail

More information

Every user that has any doubts about these technologies can send us the inquires through our email privacy@visualnacert.com

1. What is a Cookie?

A ‘Cookie’ is a little file of text that a website stores in the user’s browser, easing the navigation in the website. They are essential to the functioning of the Internet.

Cookies are used, for example, to remember the likes of the user of the web such as language and browser, to analyze the habits and behaviors of the user, to improve the offered services, or to adjust the contents of a webpage to the visitor’s preferences.

2. Types of Cookies

Cookies can be classified in the following way:

According to the entity that manages it (Owner):

Our own cookies: Those that are sent to your devices from our own devices or domain and from which we provide the requested service.

Cookies from a third party: Are those that are sent to your device from a device or domain that is not managed by us, instead it is managed by another cooperative entity. Like, for example, the used by social media, or by external content as videos stored in YouTube.

According to the time range that they remain active (Duration):

Session cookies: They are temporal cookies that remain in your browser’s cookies file until you abandon the webpage, so that none is registered in the local memory of your device. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns in the web. In the long run, this allows us to provide a better experience to improve the content and ease its use.

Lasting cookies: These are stored in the local memory of your device and our web reads them each time that you execute a new visit. A permanent web possess an expiration date determined. The cookie will stop working after this date. These cookies are used, generally, to ease the purchase and registry services.

According to the objective. (Objective):

Technical cookies: These are those that are necessary for the navigation and the good functioning of our webpage. They allow, for example, to control traffic, to communicate data, to access parts of the restricted access, to carry out the purchase process of an order, to use the security elements, to store the contents to be able to spread videos or share contents trough social media.

Customized cookies: These are those that allow you to access the service with some predefined characteristics according to a series of criteria, for example, the language, the type of browser through which you can access the service and the regional settings from where you can access the service, etc.

Analysis cookies: These are those that allow you to quantify the number of users and to conduct the measurements and statistical analyses of the use that the users make of the provided services. We analyze your navigation in our web to improve the offer of products and services we offer.

Advertisement cookies: These are those that allow the management, in the most efficient way, of the advertising spaces that we could be included in our webpage.

Behavioral advertisement cookies: These cookies store the information of the user’s behavior obtained through continued observation. Thanks to them, we can know the habits of navigation in the internet and show you advertisements related with your navigation profile.

3. What cookies we use and with which objectives

Down below are the details of the cookies used by this website and the objective and duration of each of them:

Session cookies: Designed to gather and store data when the user accesses the web. They are used to store information saved only for the introduction of the requested service by the user in only one occasion.

Lasting cookies: In this case the data is still stored in the terminal and is accessible during a period defined by the person in charge of the cookie, it could be several minutes or several years.

Our own cookies: These are cookies created by this website and that only the site can read.

Cookies from a third party: Created and managed by other entities, like providers of advertisement services, of customization or analysis. These third parties can report anonymous data to us.

Technical cookies: They allow the user to navigate through a webpage and to use different options or services that exist in it like, for example, controlling the traffic or the communication of data

Customized cookies: They allow the user to access the website with some characteristics of general character predefined according to a series of criteria in their own terminal, for example, the language, the type of browser through which they accessed the service, the regional settings from which accesses the service, etc.

Analysis cookies: They allow the monitoring and analysis of the user’s behavior in the website to the person in charge. The information gathered is used to measure the activity in the web and to develop navigation profiles of the users.

4. About third parties’ Cookies

VisualNACert’s web can use services from third parties that, in the expenses of VisualNACert, will gather information with statistical purposes, the use of the Site by the user and for other services related with the website’s activity and other internet services.

You must know that if you share the contents of our website with friends through social media, it is possible that you receive cookies from these websites. We cannot control the settings of third parties’ cookies, this is why we suggest you check the website from said third parties to obtain more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Google Analytics uses ‘cookies’ to help the website analyze the use that users make of the website. The information that the cookie generates about its use of the webpage (including their IP direction) will be directly transmitted and stored by Google in their USA servers. Google will use this information in our expense with the purpose of following the pattern of its use of the webpage and gathering reports of the activity in the webpage and the use of the Internet. When using this webpage you agree to the treatment of information about you by Google in the previously stated form and objectives.

Check Google’s Privacy Policy

5. Ways to block and limit the use of Cookies

It is important to highlight that these technologies are not intrusive, because all the information obtained through cookies in completely anonymous and in no case can it be associated with a specific and identified user. This information allows VisualNACert to adapt and improve their services to the user’s interests. However, the user has the option of blocking the production of cookies, through the selection of the correspondent option in their bowser program. VisualNACert informs that in the case that you disable the use of cookies the navigation can be slower than usual.

In particular, all browsers allow you to change or disable the cookie settings. These settings are found located in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ on your browser’s menu.

Down below we show you through these links how to disable the cookies following the instructions in the most used browsers:

Google Chrome 

Mozilla Firefox 

Internet Explorer

Safari

Safari para iOs y iPad

However, if you want to block the analysis cookies from Google, you can install an accessory in your browser developed following the instructions indicated in the following link:  https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

On the other hand, in relation to the accessories of external entities (like for example the services of Google Inc.) used in our web portal we recommend to all of our users to access the privacy policy of each service provider to obtain more information. The links are:

Google Inc.

Zendesk

Stripe

Redsis

Acumbamail

More information

Every user that has any doubts about these technologies can send us the inquires through our email privacy@visualnacert.com