On your first visit to our website, you are informed about the existence of cookies and these cookie policies. You can discuss our policy at any time at the bottom of the website “Cookies Policy” during future visits. By registering on the Website and/or simply browsing, you agree to install the cookies we inform you about in this “Cookies Policy” (unless you change your browser settings to reject cookies).
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What are cookies used for and what are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to a user’s device when certain content is accessed through web pages, electronic media, and/or applications. the way they use their device.
Cookies are secure because they can only store information used by the browser, information entered into the user’s browser or information included in the page’s request.
Some “cookies” are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website and/or application and may not contain viruses or harm your device.
Others serve a variety of purposes, such as promoting navigation between pages and/or applications, preserving users’ preferred language, allowing users to remember their preferences, or identifying whether you’ve visited them before.
Cookies do not harm your computer and help identify and fix potential errors when they are enabled.
agile-tqm.com What types of cookies are used?
2.1. 2.1. The cookies used can be categorized, depending on the entity that manages them:
(i) Custom Cookies: The cookies that are sent to your device and are managed exclusively by us for the best performance of agile-tqm.com. The information we collect is used to improve the quality of our services and your experience as a user.
(ii) Third-party cookies: These are cookies that are set by another server from another domain, with the approval of the site you are visiting (for example, by pressing the social media button or watching videos hosted on another website or application). If cookies are installed from a computer or domain operated by agile-tqm.com but the information collected through them is handled by third parties, they cannot be considered as own cookies.
2.2. 2.2. Depending on the times they are active, you can distinguish between the following cookies:
(i) Session cookies: These are temporary files that remain in the cookie history of the browser as long as websites or applications remain, The data obtained through these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns and data communication. They allow providing a better experience to improve the content and make it easier to use.
(ii) Permanent cookies: These are stored on the hard drive and on the website and are read by the application each time a new visit is made. Cookies will stop working after that date. These are usually used to facilitate web pages and various services provided by applications.
2.3. 2.3. How the purpose of the cookies depends on:
Registration Cookies: When a user registers agile-tqm.com, cookies are created that identify them as registered users and indicate when they have identified themselves on the portal.
These cookies are used to identify the user’s account and related services. These cookies either shut down the browser or shut down the device until the user leaves the account.
Analytical cookies: agile-tqm.com Cookies may be used with analytical information to identify user preferences individually.
Performance cookies: These cookies store user preferences for specific tools or services so that they do not have to be configured whenever they visit agile-tqm.com and in some cases, may be provided by third parties. Some examples are the volume of the audiovisual player, the choice of sorting articles, or the consistent video playback speed.
the requested service is provided. These cookies store information about users’ behavior by constantly monitoring their browsing habits, allowing the development of a specific profile to display ads based on it.
The geographic location of cookies: These cookies use programs that try to connect computers, smartphones, tablets, or TVs to the most geographically appropriate situation that provides completely anonymous content and services.
Other third-party cookies: On some of our pages you may install third-party cookies that allow you to manage and improve the services they provide. An example of this use is linked to social networks that allow us to share our content.
How can a user block or delete cookies?
Users can configure, block, or delete cookies installed on their computers by configuring their Internet browser options. In the event that you block them, it is possible that certain services that they need to use are not available to the user.
Below we offer user links where you can find information on how to activate their preferences in the main browser:
Firefox: Custom settings for custom toolkit privacy history.
For more information, you can consult Google Help or Browser Help.
Safari: Safety choice
By configuring the browser options mentioned in the “Withdrawal and Elimination of Cookies” section, users can revoke their prior consent for cookie installation at any time, excluding cookies installed on their computer. However, it can affect the functionality of the website or the applications used by the user, making the user experience less satisfying.