This CookiePolicy (hereinafter, referredto as the“Policy”) applies to all users ((hereinafter, referred to as "Users"and/or “You”) of Brickken PFP, S.L. (hereinafter, “Brickken”, “We” and/or “Us”) mobileapps and the Online Services (defined below) including the mobile versions ofthis Online Services that Brickken owns and operates.
Moreover, the Policy sets out information aboutcookies and other tracking technologies that are used in the context of themobile apps and the Online Services we offer to You (hereinafter, referred to as the "Cookie/s").
The term "Online Services"refers to the Websites, Marketplace, dApp and all information and servicesprovided to You in connection with your use of the aforementioned including newsletters,sponsored content, advertising, and email communications.
The term Cookies refers to all technologies that store and access information on the device that the User use to access the Online Services, such as your computer, tablets, or mobile phones. For example, http Cookies, are small data files (typically composed of numbers and letters) that are downloaded when accessing online services and allow owners to recognize your device.
Cookies can contribute to enhancing the online experience for our Users and understanding how the Online Services are used, indicating whether Users have accessed the Online Services before, or new visitors.
Depending on the ownership of the Cookie, they may be classified as:
(a) First-Party Cookies: Refers to the type of cookies being sent to the user’s computer or device from a computer or domain managed by the publisher himself, and from which the website requested by the user is being provided.
(b) Third-Party Cookies: Refers to those being sent to the user’s computer or device from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by a different entity who processes the information collected through Cookies.
According to the lifespan of the Cookie, they may be classified as:
(a) Session Cookies: Designed to collect and store information while the user visits a website.
(b) Persistent Cookies: Allow access and processing of stored information over a period of time defined by the Cookie owner, ranging from few minutes to several years.
Depending on the purpose of the Cookie, they may be classified as:
(a) Analytical Cookies: Processed either by the publisher itself, or by third parties, allow for the quantification of the number of users and thus the measurement and statistical analysis of the web’s usage. To that end, an analysis of the users’ browsing the web is carried out for the purpose of improving the products and services offered. Sometimes these cookies can also be used to record conversions, which refers to capturing and storing information about specific user actions considered as desired outcomes on a website, such as making a purchase, signing up for a newsletter, or completing a form.
(b) Advertising Cookies: Allow for the management, in the most effective way possible, of the advertising spaces that the publisher has included on a website, application or platform from which the requested page is provided, based on criteria such as the edited content or the frequency in which ads are being displayed.
(c) Behavioral Advertising Cookies: Allow for the management, in the most effective way possible, of the advertising spaces that the publisher has included on a website, application or platform from which the requested page is provided. In particular, these Cookies store information on the users’ behavior, obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, allowing to develop a specific profile in order to display advertising based on the same. It is also possible that by visiting a website, or by opening an e-mail or a message containing an ad or a promotion, a Cookie is installed on the user’s browser for the purpose of displaying subsequent advertising related to previous searches and developing a control of the ads concerning, for example, the number of views, the location in which they appear, the times at which they are displayed etc.
(d) Technical Cookies: Allow the user to browse through a website, platform or application and use the different options or services provided therein, such as, web traffic management, information or session identification, access restricted content or sections, remember items included in an order, carry out the order purchase process, submit an application for registration or participation in an event, use security features while browsing, store content for video or audio broadcasting or share content on social networks.
(e) Personalized Cookies: Allow the user to access the website, platform or application, using predefined generic features based on a series of criteria set by the user´s computer or device, such as the language, the type of browser or the locale from which the website is accessed etc.
The following table sets out the different categories of Cookies that the Online Services use and why We use them:
These Cookies are necessary to provide You some of the features of the Online Services.
You can control and delete these Cookies through your browser settings however if you choose to do so, then you will not be able to use the full functionality of the Online Services.
These Cookies are necessary to be able to provide You with a better user experience as they allow us to understand how our website is used by You. From this information we can improve the way the site works and adapt our content to your interests.
More information, including details on how to opt-out, is available here.
Google Tag Manager
Container of all cookies used on the website.
You can control and manage these cookies through your browser settings or by following the guidelines provided on the respective cookie management platforms.
Hotjar Cookies facilitate the recording of user sessions and the analysis of website usage.
You can control and manage these cookies through your browser settings or by following the guidelines provided on the Hotjar website.
Microsoft Clarity Cookies enable the recording of user sessions and the analysis of website usage.
You can control and manage these cookies through your browser settings or by following the guidelines provided on the Microsoft Clarity website.
Facebook Cookies are used for tracking user activity, interactions, and recording conversions for advertising purposes.
You can control and manage these cookies through your Facebook account settings or by following the guidelines provided on their website.
X (formerly known as Twitter)
X Cookies are used for tracking user activity, interactions, and recording conversions for advertising purposes.
You can control and manage these cookies through your X account settings or by following the guidelines provided on their website.
Google Ads Cookies are used for tracking user activity, interactions, and recording conversions for advertising purposes.
You can control and manage these cookies through your Google Ads account settings or by following the guidelines provided on their website.
LinkedIn Cookies are used for tracking user activity, interactions, and recording conversions for advertising purposes.
You can control and manage these cookies through your LinkedIn account settings or by following the guidelines provided on their website.
You have the right to choose whether to accept Cookies or not. However, they are an important integral to the functionality of our Online Services work, thus, refusing or removing Cookies, may affect the availability and functionality.
1. Manage your Cookies: Use the appropriate privacy section available on Brickken’s Online Services.
2. Manage Cookies through your web browser, smartdevices or third party-settings:
a. Web browser: You may be able to control whether You accept Cookies through the settings of your own web browser or smartphone. Your web browser or smartphone gives you the option to delete all Cookies, including all of our Cookies. Please note, however, that disabling Cookies in your browser may result in preventing access to some or all of the features of our Online Services and we decline any liability in this respect.
Explanations about how to manage settings of the web browser is often provided by each web browser on the "help" menu of your browser.
b. Smart devices: You may allow, block, or remove Cookies installed on your personal devices by changing the configuration of the browser. For additional information on how to manage and/or block Cookies, You may access the following sections and links concerning the most popular browsers:
c. Third Parties: For the third-party Cookies for interest-based advertising, please note that third parties may participate in one of the following self-regulatory programs for online behavioral advertising, with corresponding user opt-outs:
· Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) - (http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/)
· Google Analytics - (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout)
If at any time You do not want your personal data to be used to allow third-parties to display advertisements or to personalize advertisements displayed to You, You can adjust your settings by using the tools provided by these third-parties (e.g. Google, Facebook) or through one of the above self-regulatory programs for online behavioral advertising, if the third party participates in one of them.
Most mobile devices offer control over tracking for advertising purposes via the “Limit Ad Tracking” setting (more specific information for iOS devices here) or the “Opt out of Interest-Based Ads” setting (more specific information for Android devices here).
For further information about Cookies, including how to see what Cookies have been set on your device and how to manage and delete them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.eu.
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January 15th, 2024