What are cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of text that a website asks the browser to save on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or even any device that allows you to browse web pages. Thanks to these cookies, the website can “remember” the user’s actions or preferences over time. Our websites (https://ayeluya.com, https://itecsa.com) rely on some “strictly necessary” cookies for their normal operation. Without them, for example, you will not be able to make purchases, chat with our advisors, etc.
Most internet browsers accept cookies; but users can configure them so that they do not allow certain types of cookies or specific cookies. Users can also delete cookies at any time.
Because they are important?
From a technical point of view, they allow websites to work more quickly and adapt to user preferences, such as storing the language, the country’s currency or detecting the access device.
They establish levels of protection and security that prevent or hinder cyber attacks against the website or its users.
They allow media managers to know statistical data collected in Cookies to improve the quality and experience of their services.
They serve to optimize the advertising that we show to users, offering the one that best suits their interests.
What types of cookies do we use?
Own and third-party cookies
On our website we use both our own and third-party cookies.
We generally use our own for functionalities of the sites such as: country, language, currency, shopping cart, online chat, paging and other basic functions of the site.
Third-party cookies belong to other companies and are managed by them (for example: Google Analytic or Chat Online). These cookies may be necessary to facilitate certain forms and online chat system, or to allow some type of advertising outside of our websites.
These are temporary cookies used to remember the user during the course of his visit to the website, allowing him to access its services without having to enter his data each time he changes the web page. When the user closes the browser, they disappear. These types of cookies allow the proper functioning of our sites and are “strictly necessary”
They are used to remember the user’s preferences on the website and remain on the computer or mobile device even after the browser has been closed or the computer has been restarted. We use these cookies to analyze user behavior in order to obtain visiting patterns and to be able to improve the functions of the website. These cookies also allow us to present you with personalized content and measure the effectiveness of our site’s features and advertising.
How are cookies used for advertising purposes?
Cookies and other technologies used to serve ads, such as web beacons, pixels, and anonymous and network tags, help us to serve you more effectively with relevant ads. They also help us compile aggregated audit data, studies, and performance reports for advertisers. Thanks to the pixels, we can understand and improve the presentation of ads to the user and know what specific ads they have seen. Since the user’s web browser can request advertisements and web beacons directly from advertising network servers, these networks will be able to view, modify or set their own cookies, just as if the user had requested access to a web page from their site.
How are third-party cookies used?
How can I control cookies?
You have the right to decide whether to accept or reject cookies.
Opt out of most interest-based advertising: Most ad networks offer you a way to opt out of interest-based advertising. For more information, visit https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or https://www.youronlinechoices.com.
Other tracking technologies
We and our third-party partners may use other similar technologies from time to time, such as web beacons, pixels (or “clear gifs”), and other tracking technologies. These are small graphics files that contain a unique identifier that allows us to recognize when someone visited our websites or, in the case of web beacons, opened an email that we sent to them. This allows us, for example, to monitor user traffic patterns from one page within our websites to another, to deliver or communicate with cookies, to learn whether you have come to our websites from an online advertisement that appears in a third-party website, to serve targeted advertisements to you and others like you, to improve site performance, and to measure the success of marketing campaigns. While you may not have the ability to specifically decline or disable these tracking technologies, in many cases these technologies rely on cookies to function properly; consequently, in those cases, disabling cookies will impair the operation of these technologies.
How often will this Cookies Policy be updated?