What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are downloaded onto your computer when you access certain websites. Cookies allow us to automatically know each time you visit our website, so that we can customise your experience and provide you with a better service.
The information collected through cookies is anonymous and does not contain any sensitive information (such as your name, address, contact email address, etc.) as they do not collect data that can personally identify the user.
What types of cookies do you use?
We use the following types of cookies on this website:
First-party cookies are sent to the user’s computer or terminal from our website. These cookies allow the website to operate correctly so they are essential to allow the user to use all of the website’s options and browse it normally.
|Laboratorios KIN||PHPSESSID||Stores information about the user’s session.||Session|
|Laboratorios KIN||wfvt_2599190549||Stores information about the user’s session.||24 hours|
|Laboratorios KIN||wordfence_verifiedHuman||A cookie used to offer security while browsing the website||24 hours|
Third-party cookies are sent to a user’s computer or terminal from a website that is not managed by us, but by another company, which processes the data obtained through the cookies. Specifically, the third-party cookies used on the website are:
Analytics cookies: Allows the users’ behaviour on our website to be tracked and analysed. The information collected through analytics cookies is used to build user navigation profiles, to enable us to make improvements to our service.
The main aims of this type of cookie are:
- To enable the anonymous identification of users who are browsing and, therefore, to keep an approximate count of the number of visitors and the trend over time.
- To anonymously identify the most visited and, therefore, most popular content among users.
- To know if a user is entering for the first time or has visited in the past.
|Wordfence||wfvt_||User data for smoother browsing||Session|
|_ga||To distinguish unique users||2 years|
|_gat||To throttle the request rate||10 minutes|
How to disable cookies
Most web browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences, to give you more precise control over privacy. The following links show the instructions for disabling cookies in each browser:
Internet Explorer (http://goo.gl/vFM6gb)
- On the tools menu, select “Internet Options”.
- Click on the privacy tab.
- You can configure privacy with a six-position cursor that allows you to control the amount of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low and Accept all cookies.
Mozilla Firefox (http://goo.gl/QXWYmv)
- Click on Tools at the top of the Firefox window.
- Select Options.
- With Firefox you can choose to Use custom settings for history to configure the options.
Google Chrome (http://goo.gl/fQnkSB)
- Click on the menu on the toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click on Show advanced options.
- In the ‘Privacy’ section, click on the Content settings button.
- You can configure the options in the ‘Cookies’ section.
- Select the “preferences” option on the settings menu.
- Open the privacy tab.
- Select your preferred option in the “block cookies” section.
- Remember that certain functions and the full functionality of the website may not be available after disabling cookies.
If you do not want to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed a plug-in to install on your browser, which can be found at the following link:http://goo.gl/up4ND
Bear in mind that if you choose to block cookies, this may affect or prevent the operation of Laboratorios KIN’s website.
Cookies on mobile devices
If you want to change the privacy options, follow the instructions provided for mobile devices by the browser’s developer.
Additionally, we have included some links with instructions on how to change the privacy options of your mobile device below: