FINEXPERTIS COOKIES POLICY
When you access our website www.finexpertis.com for the first time, you can choose the cookies you allow us to use.
This document describes what information those cookies gather, how we use them, and why we make use of them. We also explain how you can restrict or block the cookies from being downloaded automatically. However, this might downgrade or even hinder certain elements of the website ́s functionality.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer or other device such as mobile phones or tablet devices by a website. Cookies allow a website to remember your preferences whilst visiting the site in order to provide you with a more personalised experience. They help us to make the website work efficiently and can allow us to track how a site is used to provide useful data for making improvements to our website and services.
The cookies that we use only collect anonymous information to optimise our services, and do not collect personal information.
Cookies on our website
In our website we use several cookies, you can find the complete list in Annex I.
Own Cookies: are cookies necessary for browsing and the proper functioning of the website. Its use allows basic functions of the website as access to pages of the website with restricted access. The legal basis that allows us to collect your data through these cookies is our legitimate interest in allowing you to correctly navigate on our website.
Third party cookies: if you provide us with your consent, we will apply the following third-party cookies:
- GoogleMaps: We use GoogleMaps to make the map on our contact page work. Google Maps provides us with a cookie that enables this function. For more information about your privacy and Google Maps, please visit https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en.
- WordPress: WordPress provides us cookies to better manage our website. You can find further details about WordPress and your privacy at https://es.wordpress.org/about/privacy/
To remove cookies
If you want to delete your browser’s cookies, go to the Preferences menu of the Browser or Browser settings and find the Privacy section. As an example, you can follow the instructions below:
|PHPSESSID||Session||This cookie is native to PHP and allows the web to store serialized status data. On this site it is used to establish user sessions by passing status data through a temporary cookie also known as a session cookie. The PHPSESSID cookie has no expiration date as it disappears when the website is closed|
|pll_language||6 hours||This cookie belongs to the WordPress Polylang plugin and allows you to save the language in which the site will be shown to the user.|
|CONSENT||20 years||It’s a cookie from Google Maps and it is used for the operation of the map in the contact page.|