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What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that websites send to the browser and download to your computer. Cookies allow the website to store and retrieve information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other options, in order to improve the services offered and contribute to a better browsing experience for the user.
Depending on who manages the domain from which the cookies are sent and the data is processed, a distinction will be made between own cookies and third-party cookies.
Cookies can also be classified according to the period or time that they remain stored in the user's browser, distinguishing between session cookies or persistent cookies.
Finally, depending on the purpose for which the information collected is processed, cookies can be classified into the following categories:
• Technical cookies: they allow the user to browse a website and use some of the services offered by it (such as, for example, those that serve to remember the elements of a shopping cart).
• Personalization cookies: they allow the user to access the website with certain characteristics, such as the language.
• Security cookies: they serve to prevent or hinder attacks against the website.
• Complement cookies to exchange social content: so-called plug-ins, which allow content to be shared on social networks.
• Analysis cookies: allow the person in charge to monitor user behavior.
• Advertising cookies: they allow you to manage the advertising spaces on the website.
Behavioral advertising cookies: like the previous ones, they are used to manage the advertising spaces of the website based on the information collected about the user's behavior and habits, adapting the advertising to the user's profile. Geolocation cookies: used to find out the country where the user is.
How to modify the cookie settings
You can restrict, block or delete the cookies of MULTILIFTS S.L.U. or any other web page using your browser. In each browser the operation is different, you can find how to do it in the help menu of your browser where the procedure for its elimination is established. For more information:
https://support.moz illa.org/es/kb/habilitar- y- deshabilitar- cookies- sitios- web- rastrear- preferencias
https://support.microsoft.com/es- es/help/278835/how- to- delete- cookie- files- in- internet- explorer
Different types of cookies are used on the website for different purposes. The following are the cookies used:
1.- PHPSESSID: a session cookie used to maintain the PHP session state on the server. It is important to note that the PHPSESSID cookie does not contain any personal information of the user and is automatically deleted when the user closes their browser. Therefore, this cookie does not represent a risk to user privacy.
2.- __atssc: a cookie used by the website analysis tool "AddThis". This cookie is used to share content on social media and track how many times a particular content has been shared. The "__atssc" cookie stores information about how the website is used and what content has been shared on social media.
3.- __atuvc: a cookie used by the social sharing tool "AddThis". This cookie is used to update the share count for a web page. The "__atuvc" cookie stores information about how the website is used and what content has been shared on social media. This information is used to improve the user experience and provide more relevant and personalized content.
4.- _ga: used to collect information about how users interact with a website, including the number of visitors, how they arrived at the site, and the pages they visited. The information collected by the "_ga" cookie is used to create reports that help site owners understand how users interact with their site and how they can improve the user experience.
5.- _gat: a cookie used by Google Analytics, a web analytics tool that allows website owners to collect data about how users interact with their site. This cookie is used to limit the amount of requests sent to the Google Analytics server in order to prevent server overload.
6.- _gid: a persistent cookie used to distinguish users and expires after 24 hours. This cookie is used to create reports that help site owners understand how users interact with their site and how they can improve the user experience.
7.- ajs_anonymous_id: a cookie used by website analysis tools such as Amplitude. This cookie is used to distinguish anonymous and unidentified users on the website.
8.- ajs_user_id: a cookie used by the website analysis tool Amplitude. This cookie is used to uniquely identify registered users on a website.