KIKO POLICY RELATING TO COOKIES
Last update: May 15, 2018
What are cookies ?
Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that are automatically downloaded from your computer or device when viewing a website. Cookies return data to the original site at each subsequent visit, or data sharing with another website that recognizes this cookie.
Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize the device of a user. They fill a lot of different functions, as you can effectively browse between pages, memorize your preferences and generally improve the user's experience. They can also contribute to the advertisements you see online are more relevant compared to you and your interests.
Cookies do not generally identify you as an individual, but simply the device you use. For more information on cookies, including how to know which cookies have been installed on your device and how to manage and delete them, go to http://www.allaboutcookies.org/en/
The types of cookies we use
We use three types of different cookies:
- Essential cookies: These cookies are needed for the operation of our services (eg for you to connect to the secure parts of our websites or use a shopping cart). These cookies are needed for the services to work properly. Without these cookies, the services you have requested can not be provided. We want you to understand the role of these essential cookies, and why we use them, but we are not required to get your consent to use them as part of our services, because we use these cookies only to provide you the services you have requested.
- Functional cookies: These cookies allow our services to memorize the choices you make, for example: memorize your username, your preferences and parameters; Remember if you have completed a questionnaire or participated in a survey or contest, or otherwise reacted to something through the services, so that it will not be asked to do it again; Remember if you used one of our services before; restrict the frequency at which particular advertising is presented to you; memorize the place where you are; and activate elements of social networks such as Facebook or Twitter. The function of these cookies is to offer you a more personal experience in order to avoid having to adjust your preferences again whenever you use our services. We also use functionality cookies to give you access to improved services like watching a video via services. As described below, you can disable any of these function cookies; But if you do, then different functions of our services may no longer be at your disposal or not work as you wish.
- Analytical cookies and / or customization: These cookies collect information on how visitors use our services and interact with them, for example which pages they consult most often. These cookies also allow us to customize the contents and memorize your preferences (eg your choice of language, country or region). These cookies help us improve the way our websites work and offer improved and personalized experience to users.
KikoDo not use any advertising cookies.
Some of the cookies we use frequently appear in the list of our cookie chart. This list is not exhaustive, but is intended to illustrate the main functions of certain types of cookies installed by Kikoand third parties on our websites. Third parties are also likely to install some cookies on your device when you use our services. In some cases, the third party has been requested to provide certain services on behalf ofKiko (eg the analysis of websites). In other cases, our websites include third party content or advertisements (eg, news, news or advertisements provided by other advertising networks). When your browser connects to these third parties's Internet servers to retrieve content, these third parties are likely to install and use their own cookies on your device.
How long do cookies stay on your device?
Some cookies work from the moment you visit a website of Kikoor until the end of this particular navigation session. These cookies expire and are automatically deleted when you close your Internet browser. These cookies are called "session" cookies.
Some cookies will remain on your device between navigation sessions: they do not expire when you close your browser. These cookies are called "persistent" cookies. The duration for which a persistent cookie remains on your device varies according to cookies.
Third party cookies
We can also recover social networking content for our own pages, such as Twitter or Facebook threads for example. Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Google Plus are themselves likely to place cookies on your device. For example, our website also uses the Like Facebook button to share content. If a user clicks the i Like button and connects to Facebook via our website, Facebook will drop a cookie on the computer's computer. This is the same process as when the user connects directly to Facebook, or click on I like on any other website.
We also use Google Analytics as part of our services to help us analyze how our services are used. Google Analytics uses performance cookies to track visitor interactions. For example, using cookies, Google can tell us which pages consult users, which are the most popular, at what time of the day our sites are consulted, if visitors have already consulted our websites before, which websites have returned the visitor to our website, and other similar information. All this information is made anonymous.
We can not exercise control over "third party" cookies already present in your browser, so we suggest that you check the respective confidentiality policies of these external services to help you understand what data concerning you are held by these organizations and this that they do on their respective sites:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php
- Google AdWords: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2549116?hl=en
- Google Analytics: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
- Google Tag Manager: https://www.google.com/analytics/tag-manager/faq/
- Google+: https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/
- Pinterest: https://about.pinterest.com/en/privacy-policy
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=en
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/static?template=privacy_guidelines
Our use of Internet tags
Our use of Internet tags
We are also likely to use electronic images called Internet tags as part of our services: they are sometimes called "transparent GIF", "Unique Pixel Gif", or "Pixel Tracking". Internet tags are used to integrate cookies with our services, count clicks / users, and provide co-brand services or content. We are likely to include Internet tags in our e-mail messages or newsletters to determine if the messages have been opened and if actions have been made related to them.
The services ofKiko Also may contain internet tags from third parties to help us compile grouped statistics about the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns or other websites. These Internet tags are likely to allow third parties to install or play cookies on your device.
How to control which cookies are installed
You can determine which analytical cookies and / or customization, functionality are installed on your devices. Essential cookies, on the other hand, can not be disabled. If you do not allow some cookies to be installed, you may not have access to the website, or the performance, characteristics or services of this website are not accessible.
Disabling most targeted or behavioral advertising cookies
If you want to disable ad cookies that store your navigation habits and attempt to display relevant ads when you use our services, you can view www.youronlinechoices.com. If you choose to disable cookies, you will always see internet advertisements but they will not be personalized according to your interests. This does not mean no advertising appears when you are online. If many companies leading to advertising cookies and disseminating online behavioral advertisements are indicated at the above address, this is not the case for all. Thus, even if you choose to disable cookies used by all companies in the list, you will still be likely to receive advertising cookies and personalized advertisements from other companies.
You can also manage this type of cookies in the privacy settings of the Internet browser you are using. You will find additional information below.
You can disable and / or delete all types of cookies in your browser settings. Please note that if you use your browser settings to block all cookies, you may not be able to access parts of our websites or others. The following links provide information on changing the cookie parameters of some common browsers:
Cookies having been parametric in the past
If you have recently disabled one or more types of cookies, we will stop using disabled cookies to collect additional information. However, we are still likely to use the information collected through these cookies before your cookies setting on "deactivated".