WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the user’s computer / smartphone / tablet when accessing certain web pages to store and retrieve information about the navigation that is done from said computer.
Technically, cookies are pieces of arbitrary data defined by the web server and sent to the browser. The browser returns them to the server without modification, thus reflecting a state (memory of previous events) in HTTP transactions, which would otherwise be independent of that state.
The cookie specifications suggest that browsers must support a minimum number of cookies or a minimum amount of memory to store them. Specifically, it is expected that a browser will be able to store at least 300 cookies of 4 kilobytes each and at least 20 cookies per server or domain.
The server that sets the cookie can specify a deletion date, in which case the cookie will be deleted on that date. A shopping site might want to help potential customers remembering the things in their shopping cart, even if they close the browser without making the purchase and return later, to avoid having to search for the products again. In that case, the server would create a cookie with a deletion date according to the desire of the website designer. If a deletion date is not defined, the cookie is deleted when the user closes their browser. Therefore, defining a deletion date is a way to make the cookie survive between sessions. For this reason, cookies with deletion date are called persistent.
To learn more about cookies, we suggest you can access the following link: http://www.iabspain.net/privacidadeninternet/usuario.
TYPES OF COOKIES
There are different types of cookies. They all work the same way, but they have small differences:
Session Cookies Session cookies last only for the duration of your visit and are deleted when you close the browser. Its main purpose is to identify the type of device, support website security or its basic functionality. They do not contain personal information that allows us to identify a person.
Persistent or Permanent Cookies: They are stored on the device’s hard drive and our website reads them every time you make a new visit to GOLDEN MILE LAWYERS SLP .; It has a specific expiration or expiration date, after which the cookie stops working. They allow us to identify your actions and preferences; analyze visits and help us understand how users arrive at our site and improve our services.
Functionality Cookies: Allow GOLDEN MILE LAWYERS SLP. Remember decisions made by the user, such as your login or identifier. The information of these cookies collected is anonymized (that is, it does not contain your name, address, or other data).
Third party cookies. Third-party cookies are the cookies installed by a website that is not the one you are visiting; for example, those used by social networks (such as Facebook) or external content supplements (such as Google Maps). In addition, some advertising companies use these types of files to track your visits on each site where they are advertised.
Analytical Cookies: These are cookies that have the purpose of periodic maintenance and guarantee the best operation and service to the user; collecting data of your activity.
By accessing GOLDEN MILE LAWYERS SLP., You expressly accept that we can use this type of cookies on your devices. If you deactivate cookies, your browsing through GOLDEN MILE LAWYERS SLP may be possible. is not optimal and some of the utilities available to GOLDEN MILE LAWYERS SLP. They may not work properly.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES. GOOGLE ANALYTICS COOKIES
The site uses the Google Analytics service, which is provided by Google, Inc., an entity whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States (“Google”).
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These Google Analytics cookies generate an anonymous user ID, which is the one used to count how many times the user visits Company1. It also records when it was the first and last time you visited the web. It also calculates when a session, user source and keyword has ended.
USER CONFIGURATION TO AVOID COOKIES
Thus, you can block cookies through the browser configuration tools or you can configure your browser to notify you when a server wants to save a cookie:
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Settings. To learn more visit http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies and http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows7/how-to- manage-cookies-in-internet-expl orer-9.
If you use Firefox, in the menu option Tools> Options> Privacy> Cookies. To learn more visit https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-que-los-sitios -web