DocPath Cookies Policy and Information
We have created this Cookies Policy to provide you with clear information about what cookies are, which ones are used on our website and how you can control them via your browser.
Consent to Cookies
Apart from our first party cookies, DocPath also allows third parties to set cookies and access these cookies on your computer or device. Your consent to the use of third party cookies is implicitly indicated by navigating our website. DocPath cannot be held responsible for the contents and veracity of the privacy and cookies policies of third parties mentioned in our Cookies Policy.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, or other internet enabling devices, by websites that you visit. They are used to ensure correct functioning of a website, to improve the web´s efficiency and to provide information to the website owner about how the website is being used.
There are different types of cookies and different ways to classify them:
- If we classify cookies by who is managing the domain that is sending the cookies and who is managing the obtained data, then we have first-party and third-party cookies.
- According to another type of classification, which refers the duration of the cookies on the browser, cookies may be divided into session or persistent cookies.
- Additionally, depending on the purpose of the obtained data, cookies may be classified as: technical or strictly necessary cookies, personalization cookies, advertising or tracking cookies and analytics cookies.
To find out more about cookies, please visit http://www.aboutcookies.org/.
Cookies used on our website
A general description of each type of cookie as well as detailed information about how we are using these cookies is provided below.
Strictly necessary cookies
Strictly necessary or technical cookies are essential for the proper functioning of a website. They generally activate basic functions, such as correct navigation or user access to secure areas of the website. We use the following strictly necessary cookies:
- ASP.NET_SessionId: This is a first-party cookie that stores session information when a user is navigating our website. It expires as soon as you leave our website. More information.
Analytics cookies (web statistics)
Analytics cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with the website by providing anonymous information.
Google Analytics provides us with information about the number of users that is accessing our website, the number of visited pages, repeated visits and the frequency of these visits. The service also transmits data about the duration of the visits, the browser used, the service operator, the selected language, the device being used or the city assigned to the IP address. All this information allows us to optimize and enhance the services provided through our website.
Advertising or tracking cookies
Advertising cookies are used to remember a website´s visitors. Their purpose is to deliver advertising that is targeted to individual users, which, for this reason, is very valuable to third party advertisers and agencies.
It is worth pointing out that opting out of advertising cookies does not mean that all advertising will be removed. It will simply not be relevant to your recent navigation activities. Our website uses the following advertising cookies:
- Google AdWords Cookies: We register, via a conversion cookie, whether a visitor is redirected from one of our Google AdWords ads and contacts us via one of our contact forms. This information helps us better understand which type of advertising works best. To this purpose, Google sets the “Conversion” cookie from the googleadservices.com domain and the PREF cookie from the google.xxx domain, where xxx represent the country.
- Remarketing Cookies: We use analytics data and the DoubleClic cookie from doubleclic.net for our Google Adwords ads on third party websites, which are based on previous visits of the same user to our website.
Third party cookies
Some third party cookies may be installed on your computer or device, whether or not you are registered on the corresponding platforms. For this reason, these cookies do not contain any personal or targeted data. The following third party cookies are most frequently set when you are navigating our website:
How you can control cookies
The cookies we use or allow on our website are essential for correct functioning of the website.
Please remember that if you disable the cookies that we use, our website and other sites may not work properly and your experience on the website may be limited if you do not re-activate the cookies.
We have explained how you may manage cookies via some of the main Internet browsers below. The links will redirect you to the Help pages of each mentioned browser.
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Click the “Tools” icon, and then click “Internet options”.
- Click the “Privacy” tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block cookies or to the bottom to allow cookies, and then click OK.
- At the top of the Firefox window, click on the “Tools” button and then select “Options”.
- Select the “Privacy” panel.
- In the “History” section, set “Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history.”
- Check “Accept cookies from sites” to enable cookies, and uncheck it to disable them. If desired, choose how long cookies are allowed to be stored.
- 5. Click OK to save the changes.
- Click the Chrome menu (icon with 3 horizontal lines) on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings and then Click Show advanced settings.
- In the “Privacy” section, click the Content settings button.
- In the “Cookies” section, change the cookies settings as desired.
- Open Safari if it is not already open.
- Click on the Safari menu icon (cartwheel icon), click “Preferences” and then click “Privacy”.
- In the “Block cookies” section, specify if and when Safari should accept cookies from websites. To see an explanation of the options, click the Help button (question mark).
Cookies Policy Update
Please consult our Cookies Policy on a regular basis in order to be updated on any changes.
Effective date: January 3, 2014