What are cookies?
“Cookies” are small text files that are stored on the device (computer, tablet, mobile phone) via the web browser and are commonly used to retain site visit information between different sessions (eg preferences, pages visited, etc.).
Cookies are used by most internet sites for the ultimate purpose of improving the user experience.
What type of cookies are used on the Marturf website?
Strictly required cookies: These allow you to browse the site and use the applications and services that Marturf provides. Without these cookies the services cannot be provided.
Analytical Cookies: These allow you to obtain aggregate data for statistical analysis and site improvement.
Functional Cookies: They allow easy and individualized navigation, as they save the user’s preferences regarding the use of the site, so that it is not necessary to reconfigure each visit.
Some cookies used on the site will be deleted from the device automatically upon logging out of the browser (called “session cookies”). Other types of cookies will remain on your computer and enable you to identify them on your next visit to the site (called “permanent cookies”).
Your browser allows you to manage cookies in the configuration options and may even block all Marturf cookies. However, blocking Cookies will affect your experience as a user.
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Which entities may have access to the information collected by cookies?
The information collected by cookies may be used by Marturf, its subcontractors or partners.