Information collected from Cookies is currently used to improve the functionality of the Pulsus website and platform
2. What are Cookies?
“Cookie” is a file sent by the platform server to the user’s computer, with the objective of identifying the machine and obtain access data, such as navigated pages or accessed links. The information collected from Cookies is currently used to improve the functionality of the Pulsus website and platform.
Cookies are also useful to allow a simplified login for the users and, to preserve information between sessions. Cookies may be an integral part of the guarantee that information provided to the users reflect their preferences and are more relevant to their needs.
3. What types of cookies does Pulsus use and, what are they used for?
3.1. Proprietary Cookies
3.1.1 Wp-settings – Used to remember the interface configuration defined by the users.
3.1.2 Wp-settings-time – Used to remember the interface configuration defined by the users.
3.1.3 Gtrans_admin_language – Used to remember the administrative interface language of the website and platform. Does not include identifiable personal information.
3.1.4 Gtrans_front_language – Used to remember the interface language, as defined by the user. Does not include identifiable personal information.
3.2. Third Party Cookies
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