WHAT ARE COOKIES AND HOW DOES THE WORDSON TRADUCCIONES, SLNE WEBSITE USE THEM?
Cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and their computer/device and do not provide any references that would allow us to know personal data. The user may at any time access their browser settings to modify and/or block the installation of cookies sent by the WORDSON website, without this preventing access to the contents. However, the quality of service performance may be affected.
WORDSON’s e-mail marketing tools use small images, invisible to users, which are included in the e-mails. This technology allows us to know whether or not an e-mail has been read, on what date, the IP address from which it has been consulted, etc. We use this information to perform statistical and analytical studies on the sending and reception of emails in order to improve the supply of services to which the user has subscribed and to offer them information that may be of interest.
WHY ARE COOKIES IMPORTANT?
WHAT KIND OF COOKIES DO WE USE AT WORDSON?
LIST AND DESCRIPTION OF COOKIES. INTRUSION LEVELS:
The table below outlines the foregoing cookies, incorporating an “intrusion level” criterion based on a scale of 1 to 3, in which:
Level 1: corresponds to cookies for internal use, essential for the operation of the website and, therefore, provision of the user-requested service, as well as cookies managed by third parties for the sole purpose of allowing the proper functioning of external content add-ins and, therefore, necessary for the proper display of this website.
Level 3: corresponds to cookies managed by third parties that allow user tracking through other websites or services.
TABLE OF COOKIES USED ON THIS WEBSITE, INDICATING THE COOKIE MANAGER WHENEVER IT IS A THIRD PARTY
|Google Cookie: it provides services and extracts anonymous information about your browsing.
|Google Cookie: it ensures the correct sending of data to Google.
|Own Cookie: it determines whether or not to display the information message about the use of website cookies.
|Google Cookie: it collects information about how the end user uses the website.
|Google Cookie: it remembers the user’s browsing preferences and other information, such as language.
|Own Cookie: it avoids counting duplicate visits from the same user.
|Own Cookie: it stores the user’s consent to cookies in the “not required” category.
|Google Cookie: it collects website statistics.
HOW CAN I DISABLE OR DELETE THESE COOKIES?
The user may choose which cookies they want to operate on this website by means of:
WHAT HAPPENS IF COOKIES ARE DISABLED?
Some service features will be disabled.