For the sake of simplicity, all of these technologies are defined as "trackers" in this document, unless there is a reason to differentiate them.
For example, cookies can be used in both web and mobile browsers, but since they are browser-based trackers, it is incorrect to talk about cookies in the context of a mobile app. For this reason, in this document, the term cookie is used only to refer to a particular type of tracker.
Some of the purposes for which the tracker is used may require your consent under applicable law. Whenever consent is given, you are free to withdraw it at any time by following the instructions provided in this document.
This application uses trackers that are managed directly by the owner (so-called “third party” trackers) and that enable services provided by third parties (so-called “third party” trackers). Unless otherwise stated in this document, third-party providers may have access to the trackers they maintain.
The validity and expiry period of cookies and other similar trackers may vary depending on the lifetime set by the owner or the relevant provider. Some of them expire when the user's browsing session ends.
In addition to what is set out in the descriptions of each category below, users may obtain more accurate and updated information regarding lifetime specifications as well as other relevant information, such as the existence of other trackers, in the linked privacy policies of each third-party provider or by contacting the owner. You can find it.
Activities strictly necessary for the operation of this application and the provision of services
This application uses so-called "technical" cookies and other similar trackers to perform activities strictly necessary for the operation or provision of the Services.
Other Activities Related to Tracker Use
This application uses trackers to measure traffic and analyze user behavior with the aim of improving the service.
The services included in this section allow owners to monitor and analyze web traffic and use it to track user behavior.
Google Analytics (Google LLC)
Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google LLC (“Google”). Google uses the data collected to track and review your use of this application, prepare reports on your activity, and share it with other Google services.
Google may use the data collected to contextualize and personalize ads in its own ad networks.
Personal Data Processed: Tracker and Usage Data.
Google Ad Conversion Tracking (Google LLC)
Google Ads Conversion Tracking is an analytics service provided by Google LLC that links data from the Google Ads advertising network with actions performed on this application.
Personal Data Processed: Tracker and Usage Data.
How to manage your preferences and give or withdraw consent
There are several ways to manage your Tracker-related preferences and, where relevant, to provide and withdraw consent.
Users can manage tracker-related preferences directly within their device settings by preventing the use or storage of the tracker.
In addition, whenever use of the tracker is based on consent, the user may provide or withdraw such consent by setting his or her preferences within a cookie notification or by updating such preferences as appropriate via the relevant consent preferences widget, if available. .
We may also delete previously saved trackers, including those used to remember the user's initial consent through the relevant browser or device function.
Other trackers in your browser's local memory can be cleared by deleting your browsing history.
Consequences of Denial of Consent
Users are free to decide whether to grant consent or not. However, the tracker helps this application to provide users with a better experience and advanced features (which serves the purpose described in this article). Therefore, without the user's consent, the owner may not be able to provide the relevant features.
Owner and data controller
If you have any questions, please contact us through the consultation channel at the bottom right.
Owner contact email : email@example.com
Given the objective complexity associated with tracking technologies, users are encouraged to contact their owners if they wish to receive additional information regarding the use of these technologies in this application.
Definitions and Legal References
Personal data (or data)
Any information (including personal identification numbers) that directly, indirectly or relates to any other information permits the identification or identifiability of a natural person.
Information automatically collected through this application (or third party services used by this application) includes the IP address or domain name of the computer used by the user using this application, the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI address), the time of the request. , the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file received in the response, the status of the server response (successful results, errors, etc.), the country of origin, the capabilities of the browser and operating system used by the user, and various time details per visit. Numeric codes indicating details about the path followed within the application (eg, time spent on each page within the application) and the sequence of pages visited, and specific information about the device operating system and/or the user's IT environment. other parameters.
Unless otherwise stated, the individual using this application is a data subject.
The natural person to which the personal data refers.
Data Processor (or Data Supervisor)
Data controller (or owner)
A natural or legal person, public authority, institution or other body that, alone or jointly, determines the purposes and means of processing of personal data, including security measures regarding the operation and use of this application. The data controller is the owner of this application unless otherwise specified.
The means by which your personal data is collected and processed.
The services provided by this application as described in the relative terms (if available) and this site/application.
Cookies are trackers that consist of a small set of data stored on a user's browser.
Trackers represent any technology, such as cookies, unique identifiers, web beacons, embedded scripts, electronic tags, and fingerprint recognition, which can track users, for example by accessing or storing information on the user's device.
Last updated: 2020.09.18
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