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- Analytical Cookies
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Criteo (Criteo, S.A.), Google Adwords (Google, Inc.), Adsense(Google, Inc.), DoubleClick(Google, Inc.), Hotjar (Hotjar Ltd) and Facebook(Facebook Inc.) are behavioural advertising tools that web IT uses on its Website. Every time a user visits the Portal, he is assigned a persistent cookie that, during a set period of time, stores information about his behaviour through the observation of his browsing habits on the Website, which allows web IT to identify the user and display certain advertising according to it. Once users abandon the Website, they will be shown advertising for the type of products or services for which they have shown interest. In the same way, if he navigates through other websites in which web IT’s services are advertised, we inform you that the visualisation of these advertisements is managed through data obtained via a cookie to which we have access in order to follow up on the advertising campaign related to said advertisement as well as to display certain advertising. You can obtain more information through this link:
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The user can configure, freely and at any point in time, his privacy settings, in relation to the installation of cookies, through his browser. These procedures are subject to update or modification by the browsers’ developers, so we cannot guarantee that they are up-to-date to the last version available at each point in time.
In the same way, the user can activate:
- Private browsing, through which his browser ceases to store his browsing history, Website passwords, cookies and other information about pages he visits.
- The no tracking feature, through which the browser asks the Websites visited to not track browsing habits in order to, for example, serve relevant advertising on visited websites.
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