Accessing and browsing the Website involves the use and downloading of first and third party cookies to the device (computer, tablet, smartphone…) with which you access and browse it, in order to allow and optimize the browsing, as well as to analyze certain behaviors during it, with the sole purpose of analyzing our services and showing advertising related to your preferences, on the basis of a profile drawn up from those habits.
1. What is a “cookie”?
Cookies are small text files which are downloaded onto the terminal unit used for Internet browsing when entering certain pages and/or using certain services, enabling information to be saved and subsequently recovered for different purposes. These files are stored on the User’s computer or terminal and they contain data, generally anonymous and not harmful for the device. They are used to remember your preferences each time you return to the Website, such as the selected language in a previous browsing, access data or Website customization.
Cookies can also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses the Website. For example, from which other websites you have accessed, or whether you have used an advertising banner to get to the Website.
When you access the Website, certain information about the use of this technology will be provided through the device or terminal used, and we will ask you to give us your consent to do so.
Please note that some cookies may be necessary for the operation of the Website and if you reject them, the access to the Website may be prevented or may not function properly.
In addition, through the settings panel, you can choose to accept or reject all cookies or to do so in a granular manner and manage you preferences.
3. Cookies used on the Website
We use the strictly necessary and essential cookies to analyze our services and/or show you customized advertising based on a profile drawn up from your browsing habits on the Website, using secure areas, customized options, etc.
The Website also contains links to external pages. BELUGA does not control the cookies used by these external sites. However, for more information about cookies from social networks or other third party sites, you can go directly to their own cookie policies.
Specifically and according to their purpose, BELUGA uses the following types of cookies:
a. Essential Cookies: they serve the task of providing fluidity and comfort while browsing the Website, as well as guaranteeing the correct functioning of the site and providing it with security. Likewise, they serve to manage the spaces and enable advertising content on the Website. For example, those used for session maintenance, response time management, performance or option validation, etc.
b. Analysis and Metrics Cookies: they allow to obtain information oriented to the statistical analysis of the use that the Users make of the Website. Thus, they allow to know the preferences of the Users in order to improve the offer of services and to limit the advertising impacts. For example, by analysing the search terms, by studying the geographical area to which most Users belong or by limiting the appearance of repeated advertisements on the Website.
c. Advertising and Targeting Cookies: they allow the management of existing advertising spaces on the page so that each User is offered advertising content according to their browsing habits and preferences, as well as other information provided during navigation.
In the event that you choose to reject the cookies, we will not download any, except those that we are allowed to (such as Essential Cookies).
Below you will find is a list of the cookies used in our Website, indicating the type, origin, purpose, as well as a link so that you can access the Cookie Policies of the different websites of origin of them:
(the information below has been provided by those third parties)
Analytics or measurement
|User identification, session initiation and termination, website permanence calculation, visit frequency, location, website navigation, URL origin of visitors, measurement of visitor data collection.||These are used to obtain statistics on visiting and browsing habits on the Website, to know the user’s preferences in terms of variable options and to adapt the user’s browsing, to make browsing suggestions according to their preferences; to exchange information with other Google cookies.||Clic|
|Google Tag Manager
|User’s navigation on the Website.||These serve to quickly administer, manage and analyse tags within the Website, as well as to measure user behaviour and web traffic.||Clic|
|Location, IP address, device, user browsing.||These are used to obtain statistical information about user interaction with the Website.||Clic|
|HubSpot (HubSpot, Inc)||Domain, utk, initial timestamp (first visit), last timestamp (last visit), current timestamp (this visit), and session number (increments for each subsequent session).||The main cookie for tracking visitors.||Clic|
|HubSpot (HubSpot, Inc)||Domain, utk, initial timestamp (first visit), last timestamp (last visit), current timestamp (this visit), and session number (increments for each subsequent session).||Whenever HubSpot changes the session cookie, this cookie is also set to determine if the visitor has restarted their browser.||Clic|
|HubSpot (HubSpot, Inc)||Domain, viewCount (increments each pageView in a session), and session start timestamp.||This cookie keeps track of sessions.||Clic|
|HubSpot (HubSpot, Inc)||visitor’s identity||It is passed to HubSpot on form submission and used when deduplicating contacts.||Clic|
|User interaction with the advertising displayed on the website.||This is used to target advertising and show the user advertising according to their preferences, avoid showing repeated ads and optimise results of advertising campaigns.||Clic|
|User identification, user interaction with websites, recent searches, devices, browsing data.||These are used to collect information to obtain reports on preferences, navigation and disaggregated user data, in order to show the user advertising that may be of interest to them.||Clic|
In addition to cookies, we and the companies listed above may use «tracking pixels» (also known as web beacons or pixel tags). These are small transparent images that are integrated into the Website itself (and therefore are not stored on your computer), and allow us to verify aspects such as the number of visitors to a particular page or the technical configuration of the browser of users accessing it. The purposes for which they are used are analogous to those described in the table above.
4. Management and deactivation of Cookies
Hereafter, there is a list of instructions and links regarding the steps to activate, deactivate, delete and manage cookies, according to each browser.