Cookies policy

1.0. The CAPP Foundation uses Cookies to provide better Customer Service. Internet browsers have a built-in function to store small text files called “Cookies”. These files contain information that allows our Website to recognize each client each time they access the Website and use its Services. Our Website uses Cookies to store your preferences, as well as any other information related to the use of the Website, to provide each client with personalized characteristics.

1.1. The Client may reject the use of our Cookies by modifying the configuration of his browser, but he must bear in mind that this will deactivate part of the characteristics of the website and may prevent the client from accessing and using our services.

1.2. By accessing the Website and using its Services, the client expressly accepts that the CAPP Foundation can use Cookies to:

  • Identify when the client uses the website and its services.
  • Know when the client has logged into the website.
  • Know the services used and the transactions carried out by the client on the website.
  •  Store information about customer preferences and customize our Services.
  •  Implement security measures to protect the client’s account, including the prevention of fraudulent use of login credentials and the protection of the website and its services.
  • Show ads that are relevant to the client.
  •  Analyze the use and performance of the website and its services.

1.3. The CAPP Foundation uses the following types of Cookies on the Website:

Technical cookies: They allow the client to browse our website and use its services, allowing the session to be identified, payments to be made and security elements to be applied during navigation.

Personalization cookies: They allow the client to access our services with some predefined general characteristics based on a series of criteria corresponding to the client’s device (language, browser type, regional configuration, etc.).

Analysis cookies: They allow the CAPP Foundation to quantify the number of clients and to perform statistical measurement and analysis of the clients’ use of our services, which is intended to improve the  services we offer .

Third-party cookies: The CAPP Foundation may use third-party services for the purpose of collecting information for statistical purposes. Google Analytics: An analytical web service provided by Google, Inc, which uses cookies that collect information, including the IP address of our clients, all of which will be transmitted, processed and stored by Google under the terms set on the google web.com, including the possible transmission of such information to third parties for reasons of legal requirement or to process the information on behalf of Google.

How to disable browser cookies?

You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer:

Chrome: Settings> Privacy and Security > Cookies and other site data.

Firefox: Options>Privacy and Security> Cookies and Site Data .

Internet Explorer: Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Configuration.

Safari: Preferences> Security.

For more information, you can consult the browser support.