Cookies policy

 

What Cookies are

A cookie is a file that is downloaded into your computer when acceding to certain web pages. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the user’s or his/her computer’s browsing habits, and, depending of the information they contain and the way the computer is used, such data can be used serve to recognize it.

However, these means only obtain information on the number of pages visited, the city to which the IP address from which it is accessed is assigned, the number of new users, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the duration of such visits, and the browser or operator or terminal type from which the visit is made.

Under no circumstances is any information obtained on the name, postal address or other similar users’ data.

What Cookies we use

Technical cookies: They are created and managed exclusively by us, they allow us to adjust and customize the service to your needs. The Krakenberger.ORG website uses its own technical cookies, and the names and specific purposes thereof are as follows:

o_pll-language: This cookie specifies the user’s language settings
o_ga: This cookie enables the feature that control single visits. The first time a user enters the site by means of a browser, this cookie will be installed. When this user re-enters the website with the same browser, the cookie will determine it is the same user. Only if the user changes browser will Google Analytics consider it is another user. This cookie expires in two years.
o_gat: This cookie distinguishes between different tracking objects that are created in the session. It expires at logoff.

Analysis Cookies: The cookies used in Krakenberger.ORG are the ones generated by Google Analitycs, with the name and specific purpose of each as follows:

o__utma: This cookie expires 2 years after the latest update. It generates a unique user ID that records the date, the first and last time the user visited the website. It is used to count how many times a single user visits the site.
o__utmb: This cookie expires 30 minutes after the latest update. This cookie records the time of arrival to the site and expires 30 minutes after the last recorded website visit. It is automatically deleted when you go to another website or close the web browser. It is used to calculate how long a user stays on a page.
o__utmc: This cookie is similar to the previous one but for sites where the old urchin.js tracking code is installed.
o__utmz: This cookie expires after 6 months. This cookie stores the origin of the visitor, the path followed to accede to the website; that is, whether it was a direct access from a link on another website, from an email link, using certain keywords in a search engine, through a display campaign, or through an AdWords advertisement. This cookie is used to calculate the traffic that comes from (organic and PPC) search engines, advertising campaigns on display and navigation within the website itself (internal links). The cookie is updated on every visit to the website.

How to Disable Cookies

All modern web browsers include simple mechanisms to manage cookies and their operation. To learn more about how to manage such mechanisms in your browser, please check any of the following links:

O If you use Google Chrome, click here
O If you use Mozilla Firefox, click here
O If you use Opera, click here
Or if you use Internet Explorer, click here
Or if you use Safari, click here

If you use any other web browser, see its official documentation. However, we inform you that the possibility of disabling cookies prevents or hinders navigation and the provision of services offered on this website.

Uso de cookies

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