COOKIE POLICY

Cookie policy, last modification date 20/10/2020

 

Website ownership

Service provider: PANDER.INFO

Website: PANDER.INFO

E-mail: [email protected]

 

«SERVICE PROVIDER» owns the PANDER.INFO website, hereinafter called «WEBSITE».

 

Cookie policy

SERVICE PROVIDER informs you about the use of cookie files on his WEBSITE.

 

What are cookie files

Cookie files are files that may be uploaded on your computer (terminal equipment) through the visited web pages. They serve as utility tools and play an important role in providing services for the whole informational society. Besides they make possible for web pages to collect and store data about the most frequently used elements and user’s hardware configuration, depending on the data collected, these files can later be used for the user identification and improvement of the provided services.

 

Types of cookie files

There are two cookie file types that can be specified, depending firstly on the organization running the domain from which they were sent from, and secondly on their further processing:

First-party cookie files. These cookies are sent to user’s terminal equipment from the hardware or domain run by their publisher, and which the requested service was provided from.

Third-party cookie files. These cookies are sent to user’s terminal equipment from the hardware or domain controlled not by the publisher but by the third-party that performs the further processing of the data collected.

In the event where cookies are uploaded from the equipment or domain run by their publisher, but the data collected or controlled by the third-party, such cookies cannot be considered as the first-party ones.

There is another classification of cookie files that depends on the period they are stored in the client’s browser:

Session cookie files: designed to collect and store data exactly when the user addresses the web page. They are commonly used to store the data related to the service provided, that was required by the user in one single case (i.e. the list of the purchased goods).

Persistent cookie files: the data are continuously stored on the user’s terminal equipment; these files can be accessed and processed by the responsible party during a certain term that may vary from a few minutes to a few years.

Final cookie files classification includes 6 types that depend on the goal for which the collected data are being processed:

Technical cookie files: allow a user to navigate through the web page, platform or application and use various existing options and services, i.e. traffic control and data transfer, session identification, permission to enter the limited access sections, storage of the order list elements, implementation of the ordered goods purchase process, inquiries for registration or participation in some kind of events, usage of security elements during the browsing, storage of the content for video and audio files transfer or for sharing them through social networks.

Personalized cookie files: grant user an access to the service using some of the common features that are defined by criteria set on the user’s terminal equipment, such as language preference, browser type accessing the service, regional settings, etc.

Analytical cookie files: allow the responsible party to track and analyze the users’ behavior on the related websites. The information collected by the means of these cookies is used to estimate the activities on the related websites, applications or platforms and for the development of users’ navigation profiles to perform the improvements and modernization based on the analysis of the usage data, provided by the service users.

Advertising cookie files: improve advertising possibilities.

Behavioral advertising cookie files: save the information on users’ behavior, collected by the means of tracking user’s browsing habits, it makes possible the development of a specific profile for showing personalized advertisements.

Social media cookie files: allow users to interact with the content of various social media platforms (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.), they are generated exclusively for the aforementioned social media users. These cookie files terms of use as well as those of the collected data are regulated by the correspondent social media platform privacy policy.

 

Disabling and deleting cookie files

You can enable, disable and delete cookie files that were uploaded to your computer by using the configuration settings of the installed browser. Mind you that some of the used services may stop working upon disabling the cookies. The way to disable cookie files may differ for each browser, but usually, this could be done via «Tools» and «Settings» menus. Also, you can use the browser’s «Help» menu for instructions in such a case. User can choose cookies he allows to be used on this website at any time.

You can enable, disable and delete cookie files that were uploaded on your computer by using the configuration settings of the installed browser:

Microsoft Internet Explorer и Microsoft Edge: http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies

Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/impedir-que-los-sitios-web-guarden-sus-preferencia

Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=es

Safari: http://safari.helpmax.net/es/privacidad-y-seguridad/como-gestionar-las-cookies/

Opera: http://help.opera.com/Linux/10.60/es-ES/cookies.html

Besides, you can also configure cookie storage in your browser using the following tools:

Ghostery: www.ghostery.com

Your Online Choices: www.youronlinechoices.com/es/

 

Cookie files used on our WEBSITE

We configured our analytical system not to collect any personal data.

Here are the types and roles of cookies related to this portal:

First-party cookies

Technical cookies

__me: assigning a number to a user upon web page publication or filling the forms. Without this cookie you can’t be automatically identified. Expiration time - 1 year.

PHPSESSID: technical PHP cookie. This cookie will expire at the end of the session.

__mayoriadeedad: age of majority confirmation.

__eucookie: cookies acceptance.

Third-party cookies

Google analytics

These cookies are used with anonymous IP. We don’t provide any data to the third parties and don’t use third-party plugins that make such data accessible on our site. Thus no explicit agreement to create these files is needed, for the above-mentioned reasons. However, they can be disabled at your preference.

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2763052?hl=es

The user can cancel his agreement to use cookies in his browser via the settings provided by the browser’s manufacturer or via the system for declining the cookies («opt-out») that can be activated by the links to websites of other parties that use cookies on their pages.

Google Analytics opt-out: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=None

_ga: distinction for users. Expiration time - 2 years.

_gat: number of requests limit. Expiration time - 1 minute.

_gid: distinction for users. Expiration time - 24 hours.

__utma: differentiates users and sessions. Expiration time - 2 years.

__utmb: differentiates new sessions. Expiration time - 30 minutes.

__utmc: new sessions identification, works with __utmb. This cookie will expire at the end of the session.

__utmt: used for making requests faster. Expiration time - 10 minutes.

__utmz: saves the data about how the user got to the site. Expiration time - 6 months.

Alexa

__asc: these cookies allow certification of the traffic for website counters and further global comparison of this website. Expiration time - 1 year.

__auc: these cookies allow certification of the traffic for website counters and further global comparison of this website. Expiration time - 1 year.

 

Cookie policy acceptance

You agree to all aforementioned cookie files usage and related personal data processing by using this website.