Cookie policy

Introduction

The trust of the user is important to us, and therefore, in https://www.ianmosh.com (hereinafter, the “Portal”) we are concerned to protect your privacy. An important aspect of this is to provide you with all the information you can about how we use your personal data, even how we use local data storage and similar technology.
What does local data storage, cookies and similar technology mean?

Local data storage involves storing different types of data locally on your device through your Web browser. Locally stored data can, for example, contain user settings, information on how you navigate our Web sites, what web browser you use, what ads you have shown, and the similar behavior on websites you Collaborate. Locally stored data can be used to personalize the content and functions in our services so that your visits are more comfortable and make more sense. A local data storage method is cookies. 

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device (PC, mobile phone or tablet) that allow us to recognize your Web browser. Cookies contain information primarily about your Web browser and any activity that has occurred in it. In addition to local data storage, we can use other similar technology, such as Web beacons (or Web beacons)/pixel tags (or pixel tags). This technology recognizes cookies and identifiers, and allows third parties to set cookies on their device. Web beacons can be used to determine which ads should be displayed in your Web browser. In this document, the term “local data storage” is used as a collective term for cookies, web beacons and other similar technology.

Why does the Portal use local data storage on its websites and apps?

We use local data storage for a number of purposes, such as: allowing us to perform our services; Bring you pertinent content, personalized when you visit our websites; Measuring and analyzing traffic on our websites; improve our services; and direct specific advertising.

Here are more details about these topics.

Who else uses local data storage on the Portal?

We use local data storage ourselves, and we allow our suppliers to use it when they lend us their services. These vendors are subject to data processing agreements, and are not allowed to use data for purposes other than providing the service we have requested. In addition to our own use, we also offer third parties the opportunity to use data storage on your device when you visit our services. We have devised strict guidelines on how third parties can collect and use data relating to our visitors. The guidelines indicate that data can only be used for clearly defined purposes.

Application areas for local data storage:

A. To deliver and adapt the services to their use.

Local data storage is required and required in order to allow you to use our services, such as information about your configuration, which tells us how services should be presented in your Web browser. We also use local data storage to tailor our services to your best-possible use. For example, to store the settings for your favorite sounds, to store information about the best video quality available for your Web browser and the Internet speed, or to allow the use of special features, such as the option of Store classified ads or keep pre-search and saved listings.

B. To analyze and improve our services.

We use various measuring tools that provide us with statistics and analysis related to our services. These tools allow us to recognize the Web browser over time and to find out if the user has visited the website previously and if so how often. These tools offer us the ability to get an overview of how many unique users we have and how they use our services. We also use the information we have collected and analyzed to develop and improve our cooperative services and services at Schibsted Media Group; For example figuring out which services generate a lot of traffic or seeing if a service is working optimally.

C. Our publicity.

We use local data storage in relation to the Portal’s advertising activities. This allows us to know if and often the user has seen an ad or certain type of ad, and how long ago he saw it. We also use local data storage to build target segments and groups for marketing purposes and to direct specific ads.

The following link includes didactic videos in the form of video tutorials explaining, step by step, how to configure the privacy options of browsers, social networks and most common mobile operating systems:

https://www.agpd.es/portalwebAGPD/

CanalDelCiudadano/Protegetuprivacidad/index-ides-idphp. Php. We also use local data storage on other Web sites in connection with Portal advertising when the user has visited other websites we advertise on, as well as local data storage that other actors set up. This gives us information on, for example, which website the user visited before visiting our portals and allows us to direct our advertising based on this information. For example, we can show travel ads if the user recently visited an airline’s website. The information we obtain through local data storage does not contain directly identifiable data. We received information about which pages you visited, but not about who the user is.

D. Third party advertising.

As with other commercial Web sites, the user will also find advertisements supplied by other actors in the Portal services. Most actors use local data storage. Local data storage is used to find cookies or anonymous IDs on your device to find out which ads should be displayed or what ads have been shown in your Web browser. Local data storage is also used to measure the effect of ads by measuring how many users clicked on a specific ad and how many actually completed a purchase.

We do not allow these data to be directly linked to the user yourself. The Portal has the ability to read data from third-party cookies like these. These companies can use local data storage to direct specific ads on other websites based on their visit to the Portal.

You can find out more about this type of advertising here:

Http://www.youronlinechoices.com/es/videos-utiles/.

How can I manage data stored locally?

You can adjust the settings in your Web browser or use special programs that have been developed to manage cookies. The settings in your Web browser usually show a list of all cookies that have been stored to give you an overview and, if you wish, to remove unwanted cookies. Normally, you can indicate that you accept the storage of cookies from the websites you visit or from third parties affiliated to such websites. You can also choose to be notified every time a new cookie is stored. Guidance on how to do this in different Web browsers is provided below. Your Web browser usually stores cookies in a specific folder on your hard drive, so you can also examine the content with more Detail. The Portal has also prepared a list of the main forms of local data storage present on our website and more details about its purposes. The list is available below in ‘ Overview of the Technology we use ‘. However, cookies that are present on the website change frequently, and not all cookies are equally important. Therefore, the Portal will regularly update the list of which cookies are available.There are also services that have been developed specifically to provide users with an up-to-date list of cookies and other tracking mechanisms. See an example here www.ghostery.com or www.disconnect.me.

Note that disabling cookies from the Portal can prevent our websites from working properly. For example, you may have to log in every time you visit us, and you can receive random ads instead of those that are most appropriate according to your searches.The following is a summary of how locally stored data can be managed in different Web browsers. Keep in mind that this process can change and that the descriptions given here may not be up to date.

1. Cookie management in GOOGLE CHROME. How to delete cookies:

  • See Settings in your browser menu.
  • Click Show Advanced Settings.
  • Click Delete Browsing data.
  • Select the time period for which you want to delete the information from the menu at the top. If you want to delete all cookies in the browser, click from the origin of the Times.
  • Brand cookies and other site and add-ons data.
  • Click Clear Browsing Data.
  • Close the window.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your Web browser:

  • Go to settings in your browser’s menu.
  • Click Show advanced Settings, and then click Content Settings.
  • In cookies, select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Do not allow site data to be saved.
  • Click Done.
  • Close the window.

2. Management of Cookis on SAFARI.

How to delete cookies:

  • Go to Preferences in your browser menu
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
  • Click Delete all Web site data and then click Delete to delete all cookies.
  • Close the window.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your Web browser:

  • Go to Preferences in your browser menu
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
  • In cookies and Web site data Select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Always lock.
  • Close the window.

3. Cookie management in FIREFOX.

How to delete cookies:

  • Go to options in your browser menu.
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
  • Click Show Cookies.
  • Select the cookies you want to delete and click Delete selected. Click Delete all if you want to delete all cookies in your Web browser.
  • Close the window. Any changes you’ve made will be saved automatically.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your Web browser:

  • Go to settings in your browser’s menu.
  • Select the Privacy tab.
  • Under History, click Use a custom settings for the history.
  • Select your favorite options to allow Web site cookies. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, uncheck the Accept Web site Cookies checkbox.
  • Close the window. Any changes you’ve made will be saved automatically.

4. Cookie management in INTERNET EXPLORER.

How to delete cookies:

  • Go to Tools (sprocket icon) in your browser menu.
  • Click on Internet Properties.
  • On the General-Navigation history tab, click Delete.
  • Make sure to mark the Cookies and Web site data option.
  • Click Delete.
  • Click OK.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your Web browser:

  • Go to Tools (sprocket icon) in your browser menu.
  • Click on Internet options and then click on the Privacy tab.
  • Move the slider to the desired level. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, select the level to block all cookies.
  • Click OK.

5. Management of cookies in OPERA.

How to delete cookies:

  • Go to settings in your browser’s menu.
  • Select the Privacy and Security tab.
  • Click on cookies and then click on all cookies and Web site data.
  • Select the cookies you want to delete and click Delete.Click Delete all if you want to delete all cookies in your Web browser.
  • Click Done.
  • Close the window.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your Web browser:

  1. Go to settings in your browser’s menu.
  2. Select the Privacy and Security tab.
  3. In cookies, select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Do not allow site data to be saved.
  4. Close the window.

How can I control what information is sent to advertisers?

If you want to control what information is sent to advertisers, you can download an opt-out cookie from different advertisers or use alternative solutions, such as youronlinechoices.com. Keep in mind that you must follow the same process for each device you use, and for each Web browser on your devices.

Contact information

If you have any questions regarding the use of the local storage of the Portal please contact us at the email address: shoponline@ianmosh.com

Next, we publish a list of the main cookies used in our website, distinguishing:

The strictly necessary cookies, for example, those that serve to correct browsing or those that allow to make the payment of goods or services requested by the user or cookies that serve to ensure that the content of the Web page is loaded Effectively.

The analytical cookies for periodic maintenance purposes and, in order to guarantee the best possible service to the user, with which the websites collect statistical data of the activity.

Third-party cookies, such as those used by social networks, or by external content supplements.

List of cookies of  IAN MOSH S.L. Through its website:
Name Quantity Description
wp-settings-time- 1 year This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.
wp-settings- 1 year This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.
wp_woocommerce_session session It helps where to find the cart data in the database for each customer.
wordpress_test_cookie session WordPress test cookie.
wordpress_sec session Controls WordPress access.
wordpress_logged_in session WordPress cookie for a logged in user.
woocommerce_cart_hash session Contains information about the cart as a whole and helps WooCommerce know when the cart data changes.
woocommerce_items_in_cart session Contains information about the cart as a whole and helps WooCommerce know when the cart data changes.
cookie_notice_accepted 15 days Used to save the cookie settings.