What are cookies?
Cookies are small files, usually containing letters and numbers, that are downloaded to a device each time users access a website. They are used extensively in order to make websites work more efficient. Cookies are created each time a user’s browser loads a particular website. The website sends the information to the browser, which creates a text file. Every time the user visits the same website again, the browser retrieves the file and sends it to the website server. Cookies have diverse utilities including, among others: collecting information about the user’s preferences and remembering it, using the shopping cart and, in general, facilitating the user’s use of the website.
-Facilitate navigation on the website and the use of its functions to offer a perfect experience.
-Improve the website.
-Offer personalized browsing features on the website.
-Provide personalized ads.
-Collect information about the use of the website so that we can offer a better experience by evaluating the areas of greatest interest to the user or to remember your data each time you visit us.
Below we detail the kind of cookies:
Type 1: strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential for you to browse the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the site. This includes cookies from third-party analytics services as long as the cookies are for the exclusive use of the owner of the website visited.
IMPORTANT: Without those cookies we cannot guarantee website performance or online security during sessions.
Type 2: performance cookies
We use performance cookies, specifically those from Google Analytics, in order to collect information about the use of our website by users. The data collected includes website clicks, the number of web pages visited, the duration of each session and error messages, data that is used to improve the website and offer users a better experience.
We may also periodically collect information about how users use the website through other performance cookies similar to Google Analytics. Although the information collected through the use of these cookies may include the user’s IP address and browser and domain information, that data is collected and analysed anonymously and in aggregate.
For Google AdWords:
Type 3: preferences cookies
Preferences cookies, also known as “functionality cookies”, allow us to remember the choices users make on the website, such as username, language and preferences. This information allows us to provide more personalized features to our users when they browse the website.
Type 4: advertising and customized cookies
We use these cookies on our website to deliver advertisements that are of your interest. They collect and store information about user’s activities on the website such as pages browsed, links and items users select, browsing behaviour etc., and track user movements across websites so that we can limit the number or prevent the repetition of advertisements on the website and evaluate the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and, thus, improve your experience.
In addition, some of these cookies can be stored on the computer and can be used by third parties for advertising purposes with prior authorization. It occurs when the website you are visiting displays content from a third-party website or you click the “share” button on the website and your computer receives third-party cookies. Third parties may include social media providers such as Facebook and YouTube, and social user and consumer review website Reevoo, which provide services to users and us. These cookies allow third parties to collect and store information such as user preferences and pages visited for advertising purposes or to improve services. Please note that we cannot control third-party cookies and therefore are not responsible for them.
For Google Remarketing:
ITRT uses the Google AdWords remarketing tool. This tool allows you to publish ads on the Google Content Network based on previous user visits to our website. To achieve this, some of the pages of our website include a remarketing code or tag that is set by cookies to determine the type of ad that will be shown to the user based on their navigation through the website. Remarketing lists are stored in a database on Google servers, where all cookie IDs associated with each list or category of interest are stored. Regarding remarketing cookies, the user can disable the use of Google cookies by visiting the Google advertising opt-out page. These cookies are provided by Google.
These websites provide information for configuring most browsers.
How to disable Google Analytics cookies: You can install the Google Analytics “plug-in” in your browser to prevent the website from sending information about your visits to Google Analytics.
For more information visit: www.google.com/policies/privacy
IMPORTANT: Cookies are used in order to improve or enable the usability and processes of our website. Disabling or deleting cookies may prevent users from using the features of the website or may cause the website to function in a different way in the browser than it was initially designed for.