Statement on cookies and tracking technologies
Update Date October 15, 2020. FlowPagos.
USE OF WEB COOKIES BEACONS AND OTHER TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES
This page is designed to help you better understand these technologies and how we use them on our sites and services, applications and tools. Here is a summary of some important facts to know about our use of these technologies. You can view the full content of our Cookie Information for Users below.
Whenever possible, security measures are employed to prevent unauthorized access to our cookies and other similar technologies. A unique identifier ensures that only we and / or our authorized service providers have access to cookie data.
Service providers are companies that help us with different aspects of our business, such as site operations, services, applications, advertisements, and tools. We use some authorized service providers to help us deliver relevant advertisements about our services and other areas of the Internet to you. These service providers may also leave cookies on your device through our services (third-party cookies). They may also collect information that helps them identify your device, such as IP address or other unique device identifiers.
WHAT ARE COOKIES, WEB BEACONS AND OTHER SIMILAR TECHNOLOGIES?
Like most websites, we use technologies that are basically small data files that are stored on your computer, tablet, mobile phone or other devices (hereinafter collectively called “device”) and that allow us to record certain information each time you visit or interact with our websites, services, applications, messaging and tools.
The specific names and types of cookies, web beacons and similar technologies that we use may change from time to time. To help you better understand this Policy and our use of such technologies, we provide you with the following terminology and definitions (limited in scope):
Cookies: small text files (generally made up of letters and numbers) that are stored in the memory of your browser or device when you visit a website or view a message. Cookies allow the website to recognize a specific device or browser. There are several types of cookies:
• Session cookies expire at the end of the browser session and allow us to link the actions you take during that session.
• Permanent cookies are kept on your device between different browser sessions, allowing us to remember your preferences or actions taken on various websites.
• First party cookies are determined by the website you visit.
• Third party cookies are created by a third party website, other than the one you are visiting.
You can disable or delete cookies with tools that are usually integrated into most commercial browsers. You will have to configure the preferences of each browser you use separately, as each offers different functionalities and options.
Web Beacons: Small graphic images (also called “pixel tags” or “clear GIFs”) that may be included on our websites, services, applications, messages, and tools.
Similar Technologies: Technologies that store information on your browser or device using local shared objects or local storage, such as Flash cookies, HTML 5 cookies, and other forms of web application software. These technologies can work in all your browsers although, in some cases, the browser may not be able to manage them and it is necessary to manage them directly through your device or the applications you have installed. We do not use these technologies to store information intended to serve you targeted advertising on or off our websites.
In our policies we may use the terms “cookies” or “similar technologies” interchangeably to refer to all the technologies that we use to store data on your browser or device, or that allow us to obtain information or help us to identify you in the way described above.
Our cookies and other similar technologies have different functions. They are necessary for the operation of our services, to help us improve our performance, provide us with additional functionality, or help us deliver relevant and specifically targeted advertising to you. We use session cookies and persistent cookies, as well as other similar technologies.
Generally, these technologies allow our websites, services, applications and tools to store relevant and necessary information on your browser or device for later reading, in order to identify your device on our servers and internal systems. Where appropriate, we will protect our cookies and similar technologies to help ensure that only we or our authorized service providers can interpret them by assigning a unique identifier designed to be interpreted only by us.
USE OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES BY OTHER AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS
Our use of such technologies could be classified into the following general categories:
Related to advertising or segmentation. We can or could use our own or third-party cookies and web beacons to show you content, including advertisements relevant to your interests, on our websites or those of third parties. This includes the use of technologies that allow us to understand how the displayed advertising and content is useful to you, such as if you have clicked on an ad.
All personal information that we collect and store using these technologies in categories 2 to 4 above is based on your consent, obtained through your acceptance of a statement visible on our website during your first visit. You can withdraw this consent through your browser settings, as explained below.
If you would like specific information for your browser on how to adjust cookie settings in the following browsers, click the appropriate link below:
USE OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES BY OTHER AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS
We may collaborate with third-party companies (which we generally refer to as “service providers”) that are authorized to save third-party cookies, web beacons, or similar technologies to store information on our websites or in our services, applications and tools with our permission. These service providers help us provide you with a better, faster and safer experience.
If you believe that an advertisement or other third-party content may be collecting personal information or using tracking technologies on one of our sites, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADVERTISING EXCHANGE NETWORKS OPERATED BY AUTHORIZED THIRD PARTIES FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES
We may use third-party services, such as advertising networks and exchanges, that allow us to serve you advertisements. These network providers and advertising exchanges may use third-party cookies, web beacons or similar technologies to obtain information about your visit to our site or any other on the Internet. They can also collect the identifier, IP address or identifier for advertising (IDFA) of your device. The information collected by these third parties can be used to deliver more specific advertising to you on our websites or any other part of the website. Third party cookies are covered by third party privacy policies.
For more information on third-party cookies related to advertising, interest-based advertising and on how to stop receiving advertising from companies that participate in the self-regulation of the sector, visit the relevant website depending on your country of origin:
"DO NOT FOLLOW UP"
The information policies on how we respond to the Do Not Track (DNT) web browser signals will be governed by the rules of the Republic of Chile. Since there is currently no legal or sectoral standard for the recognition or application of DNT signals, we do not respond to them at this time. We await the result of the work of the sector and the private community to determine when such a response may be appropriate and what format it should adopt.