The following policy provides the User with general information about what cookies are use and what types of cookies exist.
What are cookies?
Cookies and other similar devices, such as pixels, web bugs, etc. are text or image files that are installed in the user’s browser when he/she accesses an online service.
Cookies allow, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the user, their browser, their devices and the user’s activity in the service they are connecting to.
What types of cookies are there?
There are many types of cookies. Below, we offer the user some classifications of them, without necessarily implying that this service uses all these types of cookies:
a) Depending on the entity that manages the cookies:
- First-party cookies: are those sent to the user’s device or terminal from the computer or domain belonging to the owner of a service, and managed by the latter.
- Third-party cookies: are those that are sent to the user’s device or terminal from a computer or domain that is not managed by the owner of a service, but by a third party that will process the information obtained through cookies.
b) Depending on the retention period:
- Session cookies: are those that collect and store data when the user accesses a service and cease once the user leaves the service.
- Persistent cookies: are those that have a duration determined in time by the person in charge of the service. The conservation time can vary from a few minutes to several years. They are used to save and recover certain parameters each time the user visits a service.
c) Depending on the purpose:
- Technical cookies: are those that are essential and strictly necessary for the correct functioning, use of the different options or services offered by those responsible for them. For example, those used for session maintenance, response time management, performance or option validation, use of security elements, etc.
- Personalisation cookies: these are cookies that allow the user to specify or personalise certain characteristics of a service. For example, to define the language, regional settings or type of browser.
- Analytical cookies: these allow us to count the number of unique visitors and to perform an analysis of the use of a service in order to measure the interest of this service or of certain areas of it. For example, an analytical cookie would control the geographic areas from which the highest percentage of users connect, which product or service is most popular, etc.
- Advertising cookies: are those that allow the management of advertising spaces in a service.
- Behavioral advertising cookies: are those that allow the management of advertising spaces in a service. The function of these cookies is to store information on the behavior of users of a service, and then display personalized advertising.
d) Other technologies:
- Pixels, web bugs or trackers: also known as tracking pixels, tracking pixels, pixel tags or conversion pixels, web beacons. These are tiny 1×1 transparent pixel images that are inserted into a service in order to measure activity. Once a certain page of the service is loaded in a browser, this image will be loaded, and this data can be measured. The tracking pixels generally make it possible to know the path taken by a given user IP in an online service.
- HTML5 Storage: consists of taking advantage of the capabilities of HTML5 technology to store in the user’s browser certain parameters that can be used to identify the user’s browser.
- Local shared objects (LSO): also known as “flash cookies”, it consists of storing information without cookies on the user’s computer, taking advantage of Adobe Flash Player technology.
- Etags: this is a mechanism of the HTTP protocol that allows the validation of the cache that the user saves in his browser on a website. This technology is mainly used to save bandwidth, avoiding duplicate downloads of content. However, it can also be used to recognize the user’s browser.
- Canvas fingerprinting: It consists of the generation of a unique form in the user’s browser, taking advantage of the standard web technology HTML5 to identify the user’s equipment.
- Source detection: This technique consists of identifying the source configuration of the user’s equipment to obtain a unique identification of the equipment.
- Browser Cache: As the name implies, this technique consists of storing information in the browser cache.
- WebGL: this technique allows to take advantage of the capacities to represent figures in three dimensions of the modern browsers to obtain a unique identification of the equipment, due to the different configurations of each one.
Who is responsible for this service?
This service is the responsibility of Adara Venture Partners III S.à.r.l. (hereinafter, ‘Adara’), a company incorporated in Luxembourg, established at 15 Boulevard F.W. Raiffeisen, Luxembourg, L-2411, registered with the Luxembourg Trade & Companies Register under number B 177954.
What technologies do we use?
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(*) Suppliers not located in the European Union or in countries with equivalent data protection legislation.
The information obtained through these cookies is stored on servers of suppliers not located in the European Union, generally located in the United States, a country whose legislation does not guarantee an adequate level of data protection in the opinion of the European authorities.
By consenting to the use of these cookies, you also consent to the international transfer of your personal data to the countries of the indicated providers. or in countries with equivalent data protection legislation.
How do I disable or delete cookies?
When accessing the service for the first time, the user will see a cookie warning informing him/her of the way in which he/she can give or refuse consent.
If the user has given his or her consent, he or she may at any time disable the cookies stated through the configuration of the options of the browser used on his or her device or terminal.
- Setup of cookies for Google Chrome
- Setup of cookies for Mozilla Firefox
- Setup of cookies for Internet Explorer
- Setup of cookies for Safari
However, taking into account that these codes do not allow the identification of the User, the rights of access, rectification, erasure, opposition, limitation or portability recognised in the data protection regulations will not be applicable, unless the User is able to provide additional information that allows his or her identity to be linked to the identification codes of his or her cookies.