Lolomove Cookies Policy

1. Cookies Use and Activity Files utilizes its own and from third partiescookies, to improve the users experience, and offers contents suited for your interests, through the customization of advertising spaces. With the sole browsing (enabling the browser to accept cookies) the user accepts the installation of cookies, unless he opposes to it, as it is informed in our Cookies Policies.

2. What are Cookies?

Cookies are those small files that are recorded in the browser used by each visitor of our web, so the server can remember that users visit at a later date, when he comes back and access our contents. Cookies allows a web page, besides other things, to store and retrieve information from the browsing habits of a user or of a team, and depending on the information that it contains and the way that his team utilizes it, it can be used to recognize the user. Usually, since it is not always that way, the user’s browser memorizes cookies on a hard disk, only during the actual session, occupying a minimal memory space and not damaging the computer. Cookies do not contain any type of specific personal information and most of the same,is erased from the hard disk at the end of the browsers’ session (the ones called session cookies). This information does not reveal your identity, or any personal data, nor it accesses the stored content of its device, but it does let our system, identify you as a determined user that previously visited the web, visualized determined pages, etc. Besides, it lets you store your personal preferences and technical information, as for instance, performed visits or specific pages that where visited. Cookies usually does not store sensible information about you, like credit cards or bank data, pictures, ID or personal information. The data that is stored, are those of technical character, personal preferences, customizing of contents, etc. The web server does not associate you as a person, but its web browser. As a matter of fact, if you usually browse with Internet Explorer and try to browse on the same web page with Firefox or Chrome, you will see that the web does not realize that you are the same person, because in reality, it is associating the browser, not the person.

3. What types of Cookies are there?

-Technical Cookies: Are the most basic and strictly necessary for the use of the Web site. They are those that permit the user, the browsing through a web page and the use of different options or services that are available, for instance: the identification of the session, the access to places of restricted access, performance of the purchase process of an order, share contents through social networks, etc.

-Analysis Cookies: Are those that, well dealt by us or by third parties, gather information about the browsing types that you are performing, the categories that are mostly visualized, language, etc.and that way, perform the measurements and statistics analysis from the usage that the users have at the Web Site.

-Personalization Cookies: Are those that lets the user access the service with some features of predefined general character, according with a series of criteria in the users’ computer as the language, type of browser, through which he accesses the service, the geographical configuration from where the service is accessed, as examples.

-Advertisement and Behavioral Publicity Cookies: Are those that, well dealt by us or by third parties, lets you negotiate in the most possible efficient way, the offers from the advertisement spaces that are on the web page, adapting the advertisement content to the requested service content or for the use performed on the web page.

For this, we can analyze your browsing habits on the Internet, and we can show your publicity related with your browsing profile. These cookies store behavioral information from the users, obtained through continuous observation of your browsing habits, which lets us develop a specific profile to publicize in the featured.

4. What are own and/or third party Cookies?

-Own Cookies: Are those generated by the page you are visiting.

-Third Party Cookies: Are those generated by services or external providers for the web site, as for example: Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, etc.

5. What Cookies does use?

Actually, cookies used by are only associated with an anonymous user and its computer, and does not provide by itself, personal data from the user. They are third party cookies. They do not identify the user and only collect browsing information from the web site in an anonymous way, so then the Cookies utilized on this web site have, in any event, temporary character and in no way will be utilized to gather information of personal sort.

On our Web Site, we also use a set of cookies named “utma”, utmb and “utmz”, to compile information in an anonymous way, and produce trend reports from the Web Site without identifying the individual users. In detail, they are Cookies from Google Analytics and Google AdSense.

Google Analytics Information:

This web site uses Google Analytics, a web analytical service borrowed from Google, Inc., a company from Delaware whose main office is on 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California). CA 94043, United States (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, that are text files located on your computer, to help the web site analyze the use that users have from the web site. The information that cookie generates about its use from the web site (including its IP address) will be directly transmitted and filed by Google in United States computers. Google will use this information on our account with the purposeof tracking the web site usage, gathering web site activity reports and providing other services related with the web site activity and Internet usage. Google will be able to convey such information to third parties when required by legislation, or when mentioned third parties process the information on behalf of Google.

Google will not associate its IP address with no other data, besides the one disposed of by Google. You can reject the processing of data or information, declining the use of cookies though the selection of the appropriate configuration of your browser, however, you should know that if you do this, you could probably not be able to use, in its full funtionability, this web site.

6. How to Disable or Handle Cookies Depending on the Browser

It has a different browsing version; please go to menu “Help” from your browser.

Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9

  • 1. Select Tools menu and then Options from the Internet.
  • 2. Click on the Privacy tab.
  • 3. Move the cursor to choose your preferred configuration.
  • 4. If you wish a more specialized cookies configuration, click on “Advanced”

Google Chrome

  • 1. Select Chrome menu and then Configuration.
  • 2. Click on Show Advanced configuration.
  • 3. Click on Configuration Content to select your preferences.

Mozilla Firefox 14, 15 y 16

  • 1. Select Tools menu and then Internet Options.
  • 2. Click on the Privacy icon to select your preferred configuration.
  • 3. If you wish a more specialized Cookies configuration, configure Firefox to use its history.

Safari 5.1 and Later (Mac OS X)

  • 1. Select Safari menu and then click on Preferences.
  • 2. Click on the Privacy icon to see Cookies configuration.
  • 3. Select your preferred configuration.
  • 4. If you wish a more specialized cookies configuration, click on Details.
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