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The cookie modules policy for FACTORY40.digital website

The cookie modules are small text files that are stored on your computer, phone, tablet or you mobile device. They are stored on the devices mentioned above by the websites you access (as is our site)  and contain information regarding your activity on those sites – for example – sub-pages accessed, amount of time spent on that page, etc.

Cookie modules can be for a the session and they are deleted when you close your browser or they can be permanent and they remain in your computer, after you have closed your browser, usually until they are deleted manually.

Technical wise, these information can be obtained by us through the use of other technical means assimilated to cookie modules and used for the same purposes (e.g. web beacons, pixels, widgets, device associated identifiers, etc.). In this policy, we encompass all these technologies by using the term “cookie module”.

This cookie modules use policy can be updated based on the upgrades we will do on the website www.factory40.digital. Additional information will be included in this updated document, that you can find at https://www.factory40.digital/cookies.

The current cookie modules use policy offers information regarding the processing of personal data stored through the use of cookie modules on the website – www.factory40.digital.

We use cookie modules to help you access our website more easily and more efficiently.

Cookie modules help us supply, protect and improve the services on our website.

For example, through the use of the cookie modules, we can remember you and the next time you access our website we can offer you a personalized content, adapting and measuring ads, making sure at the same time that your experience is safer and easier to access.

Considering the way in which we will develop the services we offer online, it’s possible that this cookie modules will change their technological characteristics in the future. But, even in that case they will still continue to serve on of the purposes listed below.

In order to be easier for you to identify them, we have put our cookie modules into a set of categories:

Necessary cookie modules – necessary for delivering the services on the website www.factory40.digital

For example cookie modules for administrating the system, in order to prevent criminal activity

Cookie modules that analyze performance – used directly by us (personal cookie modules), or used by third parties (third party cookie modules) to help is offer you an improved experience and to analyze the state in which the website is running.

For example cookie modules through which we evaluate the site’s performance (number of visits, duration, etc.) and we can test different design ideas

Directing/ Advertising cookie modules – used directly by us (personal cookie modules), or used by third parties (third party cookie modules) to offer relevant marketing materials and personalized for each user, as well as evaluating the efficiency of that content.

Cookie modules to personalize advertising content.

On the website www.factory40.digital we use social media icons, as well as video content incorporated from other website, such as YouTube.

In order for us to be able to offer you this incorporated content, we use a series of technical means assimilated to cookie modules, which are called widgets or pixels, and that we obtain from other entities such as social media networks (for example Facebook, Twitter, YouTube).

  • For example, we use the Facebook Pixel, a service offered by Facebook used to observe your activity on factory40.digital as a result of your interaction with the ads for the events organized delivered through the Facebook ads network.

When you visit a page with incorporated content (for example, a video on YouTube) or you click the social network icon on our website, a cookie module will be placed on your computer.

Plus, we can recognize information from cookie modules on your computer to understand the way in which you interact with our website and with the electronical messages sent by us. We obtain this thing by using technical means assimilated to cookie modules, named we beacons. These allow us to correlate information from cookie modules concerning you.

  • For example, we use web beacons stored in e-mails transmitted towards you to identify if you’ve opened them or if you were interested in their content.

As a rule, information stored in cookie modules used by the website www.factory40.digital, are used by us (personal cookie modules). But, there are a series of services detailed below, that can be used by us through using third party cookie modules.

The third party cookie modules are offered by entities such as Google, Facebook, YouTube. They allow us to benefit from additional services supplied by them, to improve our own services and to make our website easier to use.

Through these cookie modules, we can offer relevant materials and adapting to your preferences, being able to evaluate the efficiency of that content.

For example, we use products offered by Google that use cookie modules, through which you can identify your interests easier and we can customize ads regarding online FACTORY 4.0 events that you see, either on our website or on other websites or online pages. Thus, we manage to promote to you, all the products that we think you might be interested in, avoiding spam or irrelevant ads.

In case you don’t want our website to use cookie module, you can deactivate them at any time through the settings offered by your browser.

You can restrict, block or delete cookie modules used by this website at any moment, using settings offered by your browser. These differ from one browser supplier to another, but on most cases, these can be found in the section “Settings”, under the section referring to “Security” or “Confidentiality”. The “Help” function in your browser can offer more information regarding these settings.

There are certain services offered on our website that require the use of cookie modules. This means that, if you choose to restrict or block cookie modules, you won’t be able to use certain services or facilities that depend on using cookie modules, as we will present them in the table below.

In case you wish to delete the cookie modules from your computer, you can user the settings of your browser for that. Usually, this option can be found in the “Settings” or “History” menu, for any browser:

  • In case you are using the browser Internet Explorer, this option is available as follows: internet settings – navigation history – delete navigation history. The “Help” function in your browser can offer more information regarding these settings

For the browser Google Chrome, access history (or use the quick command CTRL+H) – delete navigation data – cookies and other data regarding the website.

FIRST PARTY

Host

Name

Description

Lifespan

Path

Secure

Http only

factory40.digital

OptanonConsent

This cookie is set by the conformity solution of the OneTrust cookies. It stores information regarding the categories of cookies that the website uses and if the users have given or withdrawn their consent for using each category. This thing allow site owners to stops cookies from each category from being set in the users’ browser, when it’s not given. Cookies have a normal lifespan of 1 year, so that visitors that will come back to the website will remember their preferences. It doesn’t contain information that can identify the website’s user.

a year

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THIRD PARTY

Host

Name

Description

Lifespan

Path

Secure

Http only

onetrust.com

__cfduid

This domain is owned by OneTrust, a software that manages the private lives that help organizations follow global regulations.

FIRST PARTY

Host

Name

Description

Lifespan

Path

Secure

Http only

factory40.digital

_gid

The name of the cookie is associated with Google Universal Analytics. It seems it’s a new cookie and since the spring of 2017 there aren’t any information from Google. It seems that it stores and updated o small unique value for each page visited.

a day

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factory40.digital

_ga

This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics – which represents a significant update of the most used analysis service by Google. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users, by allocating a randomly generated number as a client id. This is included in each solicitation of a page in a website and is used to calculate user dates, sessions and campaigns for website analysis reports. Implicitly, it expires after 2 years, although this feature is customizable by the website’s owners.

2 years

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THIRD PARTY

Host

Name

Description

Lifespan

Path

Secure

Http only

r3.minicrm.io

minicrm_sr

a year

/

  

r3.minicrm.io

Session

Session

/

  

r3.minicrm.io

UserCode

a year

/

  

FIRST PARTY

Host

Name

Description

Lifespan

Path

Secure

Http only

factory40.digital

_gat_gtag_UA_113348914_4

Google Analytics

2 minutes

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THIRD PARTY

Host

Name

Description

Lifespan

Path

Secure

Http only

doubleclick.net

test_cookie

This domain is owned by Doubleclick (Google). Its main business activity: Doubleclick is Google Googles which offers an offer for real time exchange of advertising.

15 minutes

/

  

doubleclick.net

IDE

This domain is owned by Doubleclick (Google). Its main business activity: Doubleclick is Google Googles which offers an offer for real time exchange of advertising.

2 years

/

  

youtube.com

YSC

YouTube is a platform owned by Google for hosting and distributing videos. YouTube collects user data on incorporated videos on websites, which are aggregated with profile data from other Google services to display advertising targeted to the web users on a large range of personal websites or other websites.

Session

/

  

youtube.com

VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

YouTube is a platform owned by Google for hosting and distributing videos. YouTube collects user data on incorporated videos on websites, which are aggregated with profile data from other Google services to display advertising targeted to the web users on a large range of personal websites or other websites. This cookies is used as a unique identifier to monitor video views.

Permanent

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youtube.com

GPS

YouTube is a platform owned by Google for hosting and distributing videos. YouTube collects user data on incorporated videos on websites, which are aggregated with profile data from other Google services to display advertising targeted to the web users on a large range of personal websites or other websites.

Permanent

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