Dasdach has developed this policy to inform you what a cookie is.
What are cookies ?: A cookie can be defined as a text file that a web server sends to your browser from the moment it is accessed. The cookie or text file is implanted on the hard drive of your computer, incorporating information related to the user. Once your browser ends a session, the cookie implanted in your computer’s hard drive stops working. It is important to remember that our website will be able to remember the information that concerns you or that related to your preferences until the moment in which your browser session ends (if the cookie is temporary) or until the moment in which it is definitively removed from your system.
Our cookies can never be executed as codes or include viruses in their texts.
Third-party cookies: Dasdach assumes no responsibility for third-party cookies that third parties may install on your computer’s hard drive.
Serve advertising through the Google Adwords service: When accessing the Dasdach website, a Google Adwords cookie is installed on the User’s computer. This cookie will be used to display advertising, text, graphic or video advertisements to Users who have previously visited our website.
This cookie DOES NOT store the Users’ personal information under any circumstances. Only information about visited sites and interests shown by browsing the Internet.
Dasdach uses the information provided by Facebook, which is collected through Facebook cookies in all those users who have a Facebook account, use Facebook services, including their website and applications (regardless of whether they register or not. , or whether they are logged in or not), or visit other websites and applications that use Facebook services (including the “Like” button or advertising tools).
From a Facebook account:
- You can use your ad preferences to know by what a particular ad sees and control how Facebook uses the information it collects to display ads.
- Some of the ads you see are based on your activity on websites and apps outside of the Facebook family of companies. This is what Facebook calls “interest-based internet advertising.” You can control whether you want to view Facebook interest-based internet ads in the ad settings
- Facebook Audience Network allows advertisers to show ads on applications and websites outside of the Facebook family of companies. One of the ways that the Audience Network displays relevant ads is through your ad preferences in order to determine which ads may interest you. You can control this in the ad settings .
More information at https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies