Cookie Policies - Pontaltech

How Do We Use Cookies?

Cookies are files or information that can be stored on your devices when you visit the Applications. Generally, a cookie contains the name of the website that originated it, its lifetime, and a value, which is randomly generated.


PONTALTECH uses cookies to facilitate the use and better adapt the Applications to your interests and needs, as well as to compile information about the use of the Applications, helping to improve their structures and content. Cookies may also be used to speed up your future activities and experiences in the Applications.

Types of Cookies

What do they do?

Needed

They are absolutely necessary to navigate the Applications and to perform basic functions on the website, such as issuing IDs for an anonymous session to compress various issues related to a server. 

Performance

They collect information about the use of the Applications, including for example internet browsers and operating systems used, the domain name of the website you visited previously, the number of visits, the average duration of the visit and pages visited. These cookies do not store any information that allows you to personally identify them. The information collected with the help of these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. Performance cookies aim to facilitate browsing on the website and improve the user experience. You can block the use of these cookies by creating a cookie deletion.

Functional

They enable Applications to store information that you have already entered (such as user ID, language selection, or user location) to provide the user with enhanced and customized functions. Functional cookies are also used to enable functions such as playing videos.

Marketing

They are used to deliver content that is more relevant to the user, based on their specific interests. They are also used to limit how often advertising appears and to measure and control the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. These cookies record whether or not the user is a website and what content has been used. This information may eventually be shared with third parties, such as advertisers, for example. These cookies are often linked to the functions of third-party websites. You can block the use of these cookies by creating a cookie exclusion option.