Cookies

COOKIES POLICY OF THE INTEGRATED MULTICHANNEL SOLUTIONS, S.L. WEBSITE
Use of Cookies

The Integrated Multichannel Solutions, S.L. (hereinafter, “IMS”) Website uses cookies. Cookies are files sent to a browser through a web server in order to record the activities of a User on a website. The primary purpose of cookies is to provide the User with faster access to the selected Services. In addition, cookies personalise the Services offered by the IMS Website, facilitating to and offering each User information that is or may be of interest to him/her, according to the use the User makes of the Services. The IMS Website uses cookies to personalise and facilitate the User’s browsing experience as much as possible and to perform statistical and anonymous usage and measurement analyses to enable us to improve our services. The cookies are only associated with an anonymous User and that User’s computer and do not provide references that allow personal data of the User to be deduced without the express permission of the User.

The User can change the settings of his/her browser so that it reports and prevents the installation of cookies sent by the IMS Website, without this affecting the User’s ability to access the contents. Please note, however, that in all events the operating quality of the web page can decrease. Registered Users who have registered or logged on can benefit from more personalised services that are oriented towards their profile, thanks to the combination of the data stored in the cookies with the personal data given when they registered. Said Users expressly authorise the use of this information for the indicated purpose, without prejudice to their right to reject or disable the use of cookies.

Type and purpose of the cookies used by this site and how they work

First-party cookies

» PHPSESSID: a technical cookie that does not save personal data. Our server uses it to identify the user as a new visitor and expires when the session ends. This cookie is exempt from the obligation to inform and obtain the prior consent of the user.

» qtrans_cookie_test: user experience cookies that do not save personal data. They are used to determine the predetermined language and expire when the session ends. This cookie is exempt from the obligation to inform and obtain the prior consent of the user.

» viewed-cookie-policy: a user experience cookie that does not save personal data. It is used to remember whether or not the user has accepted the cookies policy, and expires in one year. This cookie is exempt from the obligation to inform and obtain the prior consent of the user.

» csbwfs_show_hide_status: user experience cookie that serves to remind the browser whether the user has the social networks floating bar in hidden or visible mode. It does not save personal data, it is exempt from the obligation to inform and obtain the prior consent of the user and it expires in one day. For more information, please consult our Privacy Policy.

Third-party cookies

[Cookies from Google Analytics]: IMS (and third parties) use the Google Analytics service to monitor our users’ browsing on our website, which generates statistical and anonymous metrics, in order to improve our service (or their services, in the case of third parties).

» _ga: an analytical cookie that does not store personal data or associate the IP with any other user details. It is used to distinguish unique users and expires after two years. A cookie that requires prior consent from the user for installation.

» _gat: an analytical cookie that does not store personal data or associate the IP with any other user details. It is used to differentiate between the different tracking objects created in the session and expires after 10 minutes. A cookie that requires prior consent from the user for installation. For more information, please consult Google’s Privacy Centre.

[Cookies from Twitter]: Twitter uses cookies at IMS’ site to share, measure and improve our services. For example these cookies help to authenticate your access to Twitter and prevent that users without permission can enter an account of another person or let us show you suitable contents through our services. These cookies don’t store personal data associated to IP and previous consent is required before being set up.

» _twitter_sess: expires upon the session ending.

» external_referer: expires in 7 days.

» guest_id: expires upon the session ending.

» metrics_token: expires in 10 days.

For more information, please consult Twitter’s Privacy Policy.

[Cookies from AddThis]: Complement (plug-in) cookies to share social and advertising content and previous consent is required before being set up. The AddThis services makes it possible to share content on social media such as Facebook or Twitter, e-mail or other media. AddThis also uses cookies to gather anonymous information for advertising purposes.

» bt2: expires in 9 months.

» di2: expires in 3 years.

» loc: expires in 3 years.

» mus: expires in 3 years.

» ssh: expires in 3 years.

» sshs: expires in 3 years.

» uid: expires in 3 years.

» um: expires in 3 years.

» uvc: expires in 3 years.

» vc: expires in 3 years.

For more information, please consult AddThis’ Privacy Policy.

[Cookies from Doubleclick by Google]: IMS (and third parts) could use services from DoubleClick-Google to segment advertising adapting it to user’s like and profile, improving advertising performance and user experience. These cookies don’t store personal data associated to IP and previous consent is required before being set up.

» IDE: expires in 24 hours.

» id: expires in 48 hours.

For more information, please consult Google’s Privacy Centre.

How to disable cookies in the main browsers

It is normally possible to stop accepting browser cookies or stop accepting cookies from one service in particular. All modern browsers allow cookie settings to be changed. These settings are normally found in the “Options” or “Preferences” sections of your browser menu. The IMS Website offers guidance to Users about the steps to access the cookie settings menu and, where appropriate, private browsing menu for each of the main browsers:

» Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options-> Privacy-> Settings.. For more information, the User can consult Microsoft support or the browser help options.

» Firefox: Tools-> Options-> Privacy-> History-> Use custom settings. For more information, the User can consult  Mozilla support or the browser help options.

» Chrome: Settings-> Show advanced settings-> Privacy-> Content settings. For more information, the User can consult  Chrome support or the browser help options.

» Safari: Preferences-> Security. For more information, the User can consult  Apple support  or the browser help options.

What happens if the cookies are disabled

Some features of the Services may become disabled.

This Cookies Policy was updated on 3 March 2017.

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