In the event that a medium or low-security configuration is used which allows the automatic installation of cookies when browsing our website, we will consider that a user tacitly consents to its installation.
IN-EDIT, through the website, uses the following cookies:
- __utma (own): Cookie used to calculate statistics of new and recurring visitors. Duration 2 years.
- __utmz (own): Cookie used to identify the source of the traffic to the site. Duration 2 years
- ockham_state (own). Cookie used to save the session data and the contents of the cart. Duration 2 hours
How do I deactivate the cookies?
Since our wish is that you enjoy optimal navigation through the site, cookies are activated automatically when you enter it. However, if you want to deactivate them (or re-activate them), you will have to do so yourself through your browser. On the other hand, if your browser is already configured so that it does not accept cookies by default, it is possible that our site will not work correctly. Below, we provide you with information about how to activate and deactivate cookies in the main web browsers:
- If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Settings.
- If you use Firefox, in the menu option Tools> Options> Privacy> Cookies.
- If you use Google Chrome, in the menu option Settings> Privacy
- If you use Safari, in the menu option Preferences> Security
In the event that your browser does not appear in the above list, go to the “Help” section of your browser, where you will find the necessary instructions to modify the settings.
Please bear in mind that blocking cookies or limiting their installation could cause some of the features of the website not to work or to become more complicated or slow to access.
An alternative to blocking cookies is the activation of the private mode of your browser. This mode enables browsing through the pages but ensures that these will not be recorded in the browser history, in the cookies store or in the search history once the user has closed all the incognito tabs. Below, we provide various explanatory links on how to activate the incognito mode on the main browsers:
– Internet Explorer: InPrivate
– Firefox: Private Browsing
– Google Chrome: Incognito
– Safari: Private Browsing
– Opera: Private Browsing
For more information, IN-EDIT recommends reading the browser’s help section.
Thank you very much and happy browsing!
Latest update: 02 December 2020
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Área Digital Abogados, S.L.P., adabogados.net