What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file which is downloaded to your computer whenever you browse certain sites. The cookies allow the site to keep and recover information on the browsing patterns of an user or computer and, depending on the information on them and the way the computer is used, can be used to recognize an user.
How many kinds of Cookies do exist?
1. According to the entity managing the computer or domain where the cookies are sent from and the kind of data obtained:
Own Cookies:They are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain managed by the editor and where the service is provided from.
Third Party Cookies:They are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain not managed by the editor, but by a different entity in charge of the treatment of the data obtained.
In case the cookies are installed from a computer or domain managed by the editor, but the information obtained is managed by a third party, the cookies can not be considered as own.
2. According to the time-lapse the cookies remain active on the user’s computer:
Log-in Cookies: They are aimed to get and store data while the user enters a web site. They are usually used for storing just the needed information to ease the access and service provided on each log-in, for example, a list of products.
Lasting Cookies: The remain stored in the user’s computer and can be accessed and treated for a specific period of time by the cookie’s responsible. This time-lapse can be a few minutes to several years.
3. According to the aim of the data obtained:
What kind of cookies are used in this site?
When browsing our web, you are properly informed that the cookies to be downloaded to your computer are:
The cookies used are own cookies. This means they are sent to the user’s computer from a domain managed by the editor. They are the essentials for the requested services and to allow the communication between the user’s computer and the net.
The information contained in the cookies is only treated by the provider. These cookies are exclusively used for:
Multimedia player log-in
Plug-in for social
Fill out forms
They all are exempt of the obligation of informing and getting user’s consent..
Third Party Cookies
There are many different sections in our site where third party cookies can be installed. Specifically:
Thirp Party Cookies can be installed in your browser while browsing www.consultingjmj.com f you’re for example, clicking the “share” button. The companies managing these cookies have their own privacy policies:
Linkedin cookies, according to its own Cookies Policy
Facebook cookies, according to its Cookies Policy
Google+ & Google Maps cookies, according to the kind of cookies used.
If you go on browsing, we do understand you agree and accept the use. You can change the set-up of your browser in case you want it to announce you are receiving them on your computer, or deactivate the storing of these cookies on your computer.
How are cookies managed?
The cookies are standard text files, so they can be open with most of the text editors. You can click on one of them to open it. Then, a list of links is displayed, so you can find the way to see cookies at many different browsers. If you’re using a different browser, check out its own information on cookies. If you’re using a mobile, check out de handbook of the device to get more information.
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Deactivation / activation of cookies
Limit or block the cookies must be done through your browser set-ups
If you don’t want any cookie on your computer, you can adjust the set-ups of your browser so you will be announced whenever one cookie is trying to be installed on your computer. You can also adjust the set-ups so your computer rejects all cookies. In addition, you can delete all cookies already downloaded to your computer. Please note that you will have to adjust each and every browser and computer you may use.
Also note that, if you don’t wan to receive cookies, we can not guarantee this site will run properly. Several functions may be lost and you may not be able to enter certain sites. Rejecting cookies does not mean you are not going to receive ads. It simply means that these ads will not fit your interest and preferences, and will be more frequent.
Each browser has a different method to adjust settings. If needed, check out the help function of your browser to set the proper configuration.
If you want to deactivate cookies on your mobile, check out the handbook of the device for more information.
We can read more on cookies at http://www.aboutcookies.org/
Taking into account the way the Internet and the sites run, we do not always have all information on third party cookies on our site. Specially, regarding the so-called “integrated elements”: texts, documents, images or movies, stored in a different place but displayed on our site.
Therefore, should you find this kind of cookies not listed above, please let us know or contact the third party and ask for information on the cookies, the aim and duration of the cookies and the way your privacy is guaranteed.