Policy on cookies
What are cookies?
Kurago uses digital tracking technologies to collect information about the movement on our website and how visitors interact with us. We do this in order to measure the performance of our websites and to provide interesting content.
To identify a visitor throughout the visit and recognizing visitors at later visits, our websites leave a small file called a cookie in the visitor’s internet browser.
Cookies uniquely identify a browser or device. By using cookies, Kurago can distinguish one visitor from another and treat them individually.
Visiting website generates anonymized data that Kurago uses to improve its own website. When using cookies in this manner we do not collect or process personal data. Instead, we use anonymized aggregated statistics to make better decisions.
More specifically, the anonymized data describes the general activity and performance of Kurago website. Kurago measures how many of our visitors read each one of our webpages. If the statistics show that there are few readers, we will use this to decide whether to move the corresponding webpage elsewhere on the website to make it more visible.
The anonymized data we collect includes:
- – Information about types of browser and device
- – Geographical information limited to city
- – User behavior on the website, i.e. the journey from reference site to landing page to exit page, if pages were scrolled and how far, if videos were played and for how long, which links were clicked.
- – Public company information
From this anonymized data we can measure the popularity of our content and decide which direction we should further develop our websites, both in terms of technical evolvement and content.
The anonymous data is not shared with any third party except our subcontractors when placing and managing cookies including Google Analytics. The anonymous data is subject to security and privacy standards according to applicable data protection legislation.
On this basis, Kurago could use personal data to register what the individual visitor is pursuing. These preferences are used to ensure that visitors are subject to relevant content on our websites. In short, to let Kurago personalize content.
The personal data we process in this regard includes:
- – Email address, name, and company
- – Employers key information
- – Likely interests based on registered movement on website and subscription preferences.
Personal data is not shared with any third party except our subcontractors when placing and managing cookies. All processing of personal data is subject to security and privacy standards according to applicable data protection legislation.
Which cookies does this website use?
This website uses its own first-party and third-party cookies, which are as follows:
Opening a session: The cookies for opening a session allow you to log into and out of your account at https://kurago.software/
Customisation: Cookies help us to remember the people or websites you have interacted with so that we can show you related content.
Preferences: Cookies store your adjustments and preferences, as well as your chosen language and your privacy settings.
This website uses analysis services, specifically Google Analytics, for helping the website to analyse users’ browsing experience and improve its performance, but under no circumstances do they involve data that can be used for personal identification. Google Analytics is a website analysis service provided by Google Inc. A user may verify the types of cookie Google uses here.
Social media cookies
The following are the social media cookies that this website uses in its own policies on cookies:
- Facebook cookies, more information is available at policy on cookies.
- YouTube cookies, more information is available at policy on cookies.
We carry out remarketing through Facebook ads, using their cookies to help us provide specific advertisements that are consistent with prior visits made to our website.
DoubleClick uses cookie ID to record the advertisements that have already been displayed on specific browsers. When an advertisement is posted on a browser, it uses that browser’s cookie ID to verify the advertisements it has already displayed on that browser in particular. It thus avoids displaying advertisements that the user has already seen. Likewise, cookie IDs enable DoubleClick to record conversions involving requests for advertisements, such as when a user sees a DoubleClick advertisement and subsequently uses the same browser to visit the advertiser’s website and make a purchase.
As an internet user, you may at any time delete the information on your browsing habits, as well as the related profile informed by said habits, by accessing the following link directly and free of charge: Ad personalization. When a user disables this function, the unique DoubleClick cookie ID on the user’s browser is overwritten with the phrase “OPT_OUT”. As there is now no unique cookie ID, the disabled cookie can no longer be linked to a specific browser.
Can cookies be deleted?
Yes, and not only deleted, but also blocked, in a general or specific manner for a particular domain.
To delete the cookies on a website, open your browser settings where you can locate those associated with the domain in question and remove them.
- Managing cookies in Google Chrome
- Managing cookies in Apple Safari
- Managing cookies in Internet Explorer
- Managing cookies in Mozilla Firefox
I don’t want to be subject to cookies that process my personal data
In privacy matters, the most efficient way of managing these cookies is reach out directly to email@example.com.
Further information about cookies
You may consult the regulations on cookies issued by Spain’s Data Protection Agency in its “Guía sobre el uso de las cookies” [In Spanish], and obtain further information on cookies on the internet at http://www.aboutcookies.org/
If you would like to have more control over the installation of cookies, you can instal programs or add-ons on your browser, with these tools being described as “Do Not Track”, which will enable you to choose those cookies that you wish to accept.
This policy on cookies was last reviewed on 7 August 2023.