Cookies Policies

The websites of,
online services , interactive applications, emails
and advertisements may use “cookies” and
other technologies, such as pixel tags and web beacons. These
technologies help us to better understand the behavior of
users, tell us what parts of our websites
people visited and facilitate and measure the effectiveness of ads and
searches on the web. We treat information collected by
cookies and other technologies as non-personal information. However
, to the extent that Internet Protocol
(IP) laws or similar identifiers are considered personal information
According to local laws, we also treat these identifiers
as personal information. Likewise, to the extent that
non-personal information is combined with personal information,
we treat the combined information as personal information
for the purposes of this Privacy Policy.
The announcements delivered by the
Company’s advertising platform may appear in Company News and in
any Agency of the Group. If you do not wish to receive advertisements that are
oriented to your interests from the
Company’s advertising platform , you can choose to enable Limit Ad Tracking, which
will opt for your company ID not receiving such ads,
regardless of the device you are using. If you enable
Limit Ad Tracking on your mobile device,
third-party applications can not use the
Advertising Identifier , a non-personal device identifier, to serve you
targeted ads. You can still see ads in the
app or news store depending on the context, such as your
search query or the channel you’re reading. In third-party applications,
you may see ads based on other information.
The company and our partners also use cookies and other
technologies to remember personal information when you use
our website, online services and applications. Our
The objective in these cases is to make your experience with the
company more convenient and personal. For example, knowing your
name allows us to welcome you the next time you visit
the Company’s Online Store. Knowing your country and language, and if
you are an educator, your school, helps us provide a
personalized and more useful shopping experience. Knowing that someone
who uses your computer or device has purchased a
particular product or used a particular service helps us
make our advertising and email
communications more relevant to your interests. And know your
contact information, hardware identifiers and information
on your computer or device helps us customize your
operating system.
If you want to disable cookies and are using the
Safari web browser, go to Safari Preferences and then to the
privacy panel to manage your preferences. On
your company’s mobile device , go to Settings, then to Safari, go to
the Privacy and security section and tap “Block cookies” to
manage your preferences. For other browsers, check with
your provider to find out how to disable cookies. Please
note that certain features of the Company’s website
will not be available once cookies are
As with most Internet services, we
collect certain information automatically and store it
in log files. This information includes
Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type and language,
Internet Service Provider (ISP),
reference and exit websites and applications , operating system, date and time stamp and
click sequence data. .
We use this information to understand and analyze trends,
administer the site, know the behavior of users on
the site, improve our products and services and gather
demographic information about our user base in
general. The company can use this information in our
marketing and advertising services.
In some of our emails, we use
a “click-through URL” linked to the content on the
Company’s website . When customers click on one of these URLs, they
go through a separate web server before reaching
the landing page on our website. We track
this click data to help us determine interest in
particular issues and measure the effectiveness of communications
with our customers. If you prefer not to be tracked in this way,
you should not click on text or graphic links in the
Pixel tags allow us to send emails
in a format that customers can read, and tell us
if the email has been opened. We can use this information to
reduce or eliminate messages sent to customers.