What are they?
A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded to the user’s computer for the purpose of storing data, which can only be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for its installation.
A cookie is not a program or executable file and therefore can not contain software of any kind.
What are they for?
Cookies are used to store information related to the user, that is, their preferences for language, browser, web configuration, etc.
With this information, a website can also analyze the use of the website by users to later offer a better service.
The data obtained from this analysis are anonymous and are treated as statistical data, not as personal data.
Analytical cookies: They obtain information on the use made of the website.
Social cookies: They allow the use of external social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc.).
Technical cookies: Strictly necessary for navigation and use of the website.
Third party cookies
Our sites can also include links to social networks. Proxima Systems does not control the cookies that these external websites use. If you wish to obtain more information about the privacy policies of these social networks or other third party websites, we advise you to review your own cookie policies:
- Remarketing: We use analytical data and the DoubleClic cookie to serve our Google AdWords ads on third-party websites, based on previous user visits to our website.
Website visitors may opt out of the DoubleClick cookie, by visiting the Google page for disabling cookies or you can choose not to allow tracking with Google Analytics, visited disabling page from Google Analytics.
Google has more information available about its remarketing privacy , Policies and Restrictions .
- Google+ Google maps and local: test_cookie, NID, OTZ, PREF, channel ID, khcookie, GAPS, GALX. Its purposes are described in the Google Cookies page.
- Twitter: ; guest_id, (Google analytics _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz), original_referer and _twitter_sess. Its purposes are described in the Twitter Privacy page .
- YouTube: – Flash data: This is a particular case, because its domain is s.ytimg.com, but it is originated by YouTube videos that use Flash. ytimg.com is synonymous with “YouTube image”. YouTube images, such as thumbnails and icons, come from that domain. When we upload a video to Youtube, that video YouTube places an image of some section of the video and that image will be what will always be seen when we have not given play to the video. At the same time, leave the flash cookie settings.sol, which stores our preferences if we click with the right mouse button on the video. Learn more … (English).
|PHPSESSID||Technique||Until the end of the session||Identify a user session|
|_icl_current_language||Technique||2 years||Stores the user’s selected language|
|wordpress _||Technique||Until the end of the session||Identify a registered user|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Technique||Until the end of the session||Identify a registered user|
|wordpress_logged_in _||Technique||Until the end of the session||Identify a registered user|
|wordpress_test _||Technique||Until the end of the session||Identify a registered user|
|wp-settings –||Technique||1 year||Identify a registered user’s preferences|
|wp-settings-time||Technique||1 year||Identify a registered user’s preferences|
|comment_author _||Technique||30 minutes||Store author comment data|
|comment_author_email _||Technique||30 minutes||Store author comment data|
|comment_author_url||Technique||30 minutes||Store author comment data|
Deactivation of Cookies
Reject all cookies, it may not allow certain services of the Web sites.
Below we list links to information from device manufacturers and browsers about the management of cookies in their products:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer:
http://windows.microsoft. com / en-es / windows7 / how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9
- Google Chrome:
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/ 95647? Hl = en
- Apple Safari:
Edit & gt; Preferences & gt; Privacy & gt; Block cookies (select “always”).
- Mozilla Firefox:
http://help.opera.com/Linux/ 10.60 / en-GB / cookies.html
Menu & gt; More & gt; Settings & gt; Privacy settings.
http://docs.blackberry.com/en/ smartphone_users / deliverables / 32004 / Turn_off_cookies_in_the_browser_60_1072866_11.jsp
- Apple Safari (iOS):
Settings & gt; Safari & gt; Privacy and Security
- Microsoft Windows Phone:
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