Cookie Policy

Introduction

Cookie policy ("policy") explains that we believe it will be open and clear about how we use your information. In the spirit of transparency, this policy provides detailed information about how and when we use cookies on our website. This cookie policy applies to each product switch or service that connects this policy or combines it with reference.


  1. Does SWITCH uses cookies?
    • Switches use cookies, labels and other technologies when using one of the websites, cellular sites or cellular applications (the service collectively "). Cookies are used so that everyone has a better experience. Cookies also help us maintain safety of your account. By continuing to visit or by using our services, you accept the use of similar cookies and technologies to meet the needs that we explain in this policy. If you prefer not to receive cookies or enlightening rockets, you must stop using our site or consult the configuration of the search cookie and third parties as described below.

  2. What is a cookie?
    1. Cookies are small text pieces stored by the website you visit in your browser, send your web browser into each request to the website. Cookies files are stored in your web browser and allow sites or third parties to recognize it and facilitate your next visit and the site is more useful for you. Basically, cookies are user identity cards for server switches. Cookies allow the switch to serve better and efficiently and personalize your experience on our site. Web beacons, labels and scripts can be used on websites or email to help us send cookies, counting visits, understand the use and efficiency of the campaign and determine if the email has been opened and followed. We can analyse or analyse according to the use of this technology and to produce reports based on individuals and aggregates.

      Cookies can be "persistent" or "sessions" cookies. Persistent cookies help us recognize us as existing users. Therefore, it is easier to return or interact with our services without grabbing it again. Once you have participated, the persistent cookie remains in your browser and will read changing when you return to one of our sites or partner sites that use our services. The cookie sessions only last during the sessions (generally visit websites or browser sessions).

  3. What are cookies used for?
    • When you visit our website, we can put a series of cookies in your browser. This is called Cookie the first part and is needed to activate session information because it navigates from pages to another page on the website. For example, we use cookies on our website to understand visitor and user preferences, enhance experience and monitor and analyze use, navigation, and other statistical information. In addition, cookies allow us to provide advertising inside and outside the site switch and give you personalized features. You can control the use of cookies at the individual level of the browser. If you choose not to activate cookies or deactivate the next cookie, you can visit our website, but your ability to use several features or websites

  4. When does SWITCH place cookies?
    • We use cookies on our website, cell sites and cellular applications. Each browser visiting these sites will receive cookies from us that help us identify us more quickly when I return. Cookies help us specify the page or information you think is more useful or interesting on our own website.

      The switch can also have several cookies for the analysis ie. Analytics is not part of Google Analytics. These cookies help produce statistics and reports on visitors and their activities on the website or application.

  5. How can cookies be used for online analytics?
    • We can use the Analytics Web Service on the switch, such as Google Analytics. This service helps us analyze how users use services, including by registering third party websites from your arrival. The information collected by the technology will be disclosed or collected directly by the service provider, which uses the information to evaluate the use of your service. We also use Google Analytics for some purposes related to online marketing, as described in the following sections.

  6. How are cookies used for advertising purposes?
    • Cookies and other advertising technologies such as tags, pixels and labels help us to serve you more effectively. They also help us provide the audit, research and aggregated reports for advertisers, understand and improve our service, and know when the content has been shown to you. We work with analytics and advertising partners, including Google Display Network, Facebook, etc. To provide switching advertising on third party publisher websites - these partners can set cookies on your computer's web browser. These cookies allow our partners to recognize your computer so that the AD server can show you switching advertisements elsewhere on the Internet, so our analysis software can measure your engagement and interactions when using services. Switching. In this way, the ad servers can compile anonymous and mishap information on where you, or other people who use your computer, have seen our advertisements, whether or not you interact with our ads, and Actions carried out on subsequent visits to change websites and applications. . This information allows an ad network to deliver targeted advertisements that they believe will interest you, as well as advertising technologies and other advertising technologies such as labels, pixels, and labels help us to serve you more effectively. . They also help us provide audit, research and aggregate reports, understand and improve our service, and to know when the content has been shown to you. We work with analysis and advertising partners, including Google Display Network, Facebook, etc. To provide switching advertising on third party publishers' websites - these partners can set cookies on your computer's web browser. These cookies allow our partners to recognize your computer so that the AD server can show you more advertising on the Internet. Our analysis software can therefore measure your commitment and interactions when using services. Switching. In this way, ad servers can compile anonymous and induceing information on where you, or other people who use your computer, have seen our advertisements, whether or not you interact with our ads, and actions. Led on subsequent visits to change websites and applications. . This information allows a public network to deliver targeted advertisements that they believe will interest you most interesting and optimize the execution of our advertising campaigns and the friendliness of our website. In other words, we use concert analysis data with data on our online ads that have been shown using Google View, Facebook for advertisers, or other online advertising networks. In doing so, we can understand how anonymous users have interacted with our website after seeing our ad switch to optimize the performance of our advertising campaigns and the conviviality of our website. In other words, we use concert analysis data with data on our online ads that have been shown using the Google Display Network, Facebook for advertisers, or other online advertising networks. In doing so, we can understand how anonymous users have interacted with our website after seeing our ads.

  7. What third-party cookies does SWITCH use?
    • Please note that third parties (advertising networks and external service providers such as web traffic analysis) can also use cookies on our services. Cookies on our sites. Also note that the names of cookies, pixels and other technologies can change over time.

      We use trusted partners to help us advertise services, which can place cookies on your device. We also draw on the content of social networks in our own pages, such as integrated Facebook feeds. Social networks, such as Facebook, Google, etc., can they put cookies on your machine? If a user connects to Facebook, Twitter or Google+ via our website, they will leave a cookie on the computer's computer. This is the same process as if the user connects directly to these social networks.

      We also use Google Analytics on our services to help us analyze how our services are used. Google Analytics uses performance cookies to track customer interactions. For example, using cookies, Google can tell us what pages of our users, the most popular, at what time of the day are visited on our websites, which visitors are on our websites before, which website has returned The visitor at our websites and other similar information. All this information is anonymous.

      We suggest you check the respective privacy policies for these external services to help you understand what data these organizations have been held on you and how they treat it

  8. What are Web Beacons?
    • Change occasionally Advertisements on third-party websites. As part of our effort to track the success of our advertising switch, it announces from time to time on third-party websites. As part of our efforts to follow the success of our advertising campaigns, we can sometimes use visitors identifying technology, such as "Web Beach" or "Tags Action", which has visitors who came to our website after having State exposed to a banner switch ads on a third-party site. Our partners can also use web tags to collect data from the aggregate, as indicated by your browser while you are on our site or another site where the switch is a third party.

      By browsing our site, you agree that we can place cookies and web labels on your computer or device. If you prefer not to receive web tags, you should stop using our site or check your navigation configuration campaigns. Sometimes, we can use a visitors identifying technology, such as "Web Beacons", "Action Tags", which have visitors who have visitors who have come to our site after being exposed to a banner announcement Switch on a third-party site. Our partners can also use web beacons to collect data in the aggregate as provided by your browser while it is on our site or another site where the switch is a third party.

      By sailing on our site, you agree that we can place cookies and web beacons on your computer or device. If you prefer not to receive web beacons, you should stop using our site or consult your navigation configuration.

  9. How to control cookies?
    • Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their setting preferences. However, if you choose to turn off this cookie, you will still see ads on the Internet but may not be tailored to your interests. That does not mean that you will not be served advertisements while you are online. While we have mentioned that most third parties involved in using cookie targeting or advertising in the previous section, the list is incomplete and can change. Therefore, even if you choose to turn off all third-party cookies listed in the section, you may still receive some customized ads and recommendations.

      There are a number of ways you can set cookies set on your device. However, important cookies cannot be disabled. If you do not allow certain cookies installed, websites may not be accessed by you, and/or performance, features, or website service can be compromised.

      You can also manage this cookie type in privacy settings on the web browser you are using. Please note that if you use your browser settings to block all cookies, you might not be able to access parts of our website or others. Please see below for more information.