Cookies are data that websites send to your server and are subsequently stored on your computer system. Cookies are forwarded to the website when the user visits it again and inform us of the sections that interest them the most, among others. The fact that the Websites store cookies helps improve your experience. There are three main types of cookies:
- The session cookies they are specific to a particular visit to the site. They transmit information as different pages are visited, so that you do not have to re-enter the information every time you change the page or try to process an order. These expire and are automatically deleted in a short period of time, such as when you leave the Site or close the web browser.
- The persistent cookies They remember certain information about your preferences for viewing the site, allowing Ethical Time to recognize you each time you return. These are stored in the cache of the browser or mobile device until you delete them, or they are deleted by themselves when they expire.
- The third-party cookies they belong to other entities that are not Ethical Time. They can collect browsing activity on various websites and sessions. In general, they are a type of permanent cookies that are stored until you delete them or expire depending on the period of time defined in each cookie.
- Cookies save usage data, but are useful because they allow Ethical Time to work and allow us to personalize your experience.
Security and authentication (strictly necessary)
Some cookie functions are necessary and essential to ensure that Ethical Time works correctly for visitors and members, such as maintaining the security and integrity of the Site, authentication and login data for Ethical Time (including permissions and consents granted ), and ensure the ability to safely complete transactions.
Account and user preferences
Some cookies are used to remember your account and your preferences over time, such as remembering your account or keeping you logged in when you return to Ethical Time, keep your options in Ethical Time functions and how you want Ethical Time to be displayed ( including remembering the preferred language and country), and customize the content based on how you use Ethical Time.
Performance and analysis
Some cookies help provide performance data on the operation of the Services in order to improve Ethical Time and the Services. This includes, for example, data about the functionality and speed of the site and the application that help us optimize Ethical Time, how the Services are used to help us improve your Ethical Time experience and detect and collect error reports to improve the Ethical Time operation.
The Site and App also use Google Analytics to better understand what use the Ethical Time community gives them. Google Analytics data may be combined with Ethical Time source data and third-party cookies (such as Google ad cookies) for some advertising functions. You can see how to disable the advertising functions of Google Analytics at the end of this policy.
Some cookies are used to offer more relevant advertising for you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see the same ad and measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. In general they are placed by advertising networks with our permission. They remember that you have visited a website and this information is shared with other organizations such as advertisers.
Certain Cookies are used to make the Site work for its ultimate purpose. These are provided based on a contractual need according to your agreement with Ethical Time to provide you with the services you have requested. These include the functions strictly necessary to provide the service mentioned above.
Enable and disable cookies in browsers
Also, when you use Ethical Time in a browser, you can change your web browser settings to reflect your cookie preferences. Browsers are not exactly the same, but generally, these configuration options are usually in the "Options" or "Preferences" menu. Next, we provide the links to access the settings of the following browsers:
If you choose to reject cookies, this may partially affect the functionality of the Websites and consequently you may not enjoy certain features of this site, nor participate in certain activities on it.
For more information about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been installed on your device and how to manage or delete them, visit www.youronlinechoices.eu
Disable Google Analytics functions
You can disable Google Analytics functions through Google ad settings, the configuration of advertisements in mobile applications or any other available means. Google also offers a plugin to disable Google Analytics for the web.
Last update 10 May 2020