What is the Cookies Policy?
What are cookies?
Cookies are unique identifiers, usually composed of small pieces of text or code. Cookies are typically stored on your device or on your Internet browser and send certain information to the entity that provided the cookie. When we use the term "first party cookies”, we refer to the cookies that are provided by DOINN. When we use the 'third party cookies' expression, we refer to the cookies that are provided by other parties than the DOINN.
How cookies are used?
Cookies are used to better understand how applications and websites work and to improve the online and mobile experiences. Cookies can do so by allowing the entity providing the cookie to analyze the performance of a web page or mobile application to identify users anonymously and store their preferences, in order to understand better if a computer or device (and probably its user) has visited a site previously, and to deliver personalized ads.
What types of cookies are used on our website?
The Website uses the following cookie categories:
Essential Cookies - Some cookies are essential to access specific areas of our site. Enabling the navigation on the website and the use of its applications, such as accessing secure areas of the website via login. Without these cookies, services that have this requirement can not be provided.
Analytical Cookies - We use these cookies to analyze how users use the site and to monitor the site performance. This allows us to provide a high quality experience, to customize our offer and quickly identify and fix any problems that might arise. For example, we use performance cookies to find out which are the most popular pages, what is the connection method between pages that is more effective, or to determine why some pages are receiving error messages. Based on the use of the site, we can also use these cookies to highlight products or services of the site that we think that might interest our users. These cookies are used only for the purpose of creating and analyzing statistics, never to collect personal information.
Functional Cookies - We use functional cookies to allow us to remember the user's preferences. For example, cookies avoid typing your name each time you access the site. In summary, functional cookies store user preferences regarding the use of the site, so that it is not necessary to configure the site on each visit.
Third-party Cookies - These are used to measure the success of applications and the effectiveness of third-party advertising.
Cookie advertising – Are used to target advertising based on the interests of each user, thus limiting the number of ad views. These cookies help to measure advertising effectiveness. However, they do not identify the user. We do not control or have access to third-party advertising cookies or the information they contain. Third parties generate all the information they collect through their cookies, in accordance with their respective privacy policies.
You can choose to delete third-party personalized advertising cookies (but note that you will continue to receive online ads). To learn more about this issue or to exclude the use of such third-party personalized advertising cookies, in the EU, visit www.youronlinechoices.eu. If you are located in the United States, visit http://www.aboutads.info/choices/.
How else can I avoid cookies?
You can avoid certain cookies by configuring the settings of the browser choosing to delete it directly with the party that operates and controls the cookie. Please check your browser settings for more information.
Cookies settings in Internet Explorer - Disable cookies
Click the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options" option;
Select the "Privacy" tab;
Move the bar to the top, where it will appear "Block all cookies".
Note: There are several levels of activation and deactivation of cookies in Internet Explorer. For more information about cookie settings in Internet Explorer, see the following Microsoft Web page:
Cookie settings in Mozilla Firefox - Disable cookies
Click the "Tools" menu;
Click the "Privacy" icon, which is on the top panel;
In the "Cookies" section disable the "Accept cookies from sites" option;
Click "OK" to save your changes and close.
Note: There are several levels of activation and deactivation of cookies in Mozilla Firefox. For more information about cookie settings in Mozilla Firefox, please see the following page:
Cookie settings in Chrome - Disable cookies
Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
Click on “Show advanced settings”.
In the "Privacy", click the “Content Settings” button.
Select the "Block definition of data by websites" option.
You can change the following cookie settings in the "Cookies" section:
Block cookies by default
Allow cookies by default
Keeping cookies and website data by default until you exit the web browser
Create exceptions for Websites cookies or specific areas.
Note: There are several levels of activation and deactivation of cookies in Google Chrome. For more information about cookie settings in Google Chrome, see the following page:
Cookie settings in Safari Web and IOS - Disable cookies
Click on "Edit";
In the top panel, select the "Privacy" icon;
In the "Accept Cookies" select "Never".
Note: There are several levels of activation and deactivation of cookies in Safari. For more information about cookie settings in Safari, see the following page:
Other web browsers (browser)
Please look in the "help" menu of the web browser or contact the web browser supplier.
NOTE: We remind you that disabling cookies, parts of our site may not work properly.
And if I have any questions?
If you have any questions after reading this Cookies Policy, please contact the DOINN email@example.com