Polygraphtest, through this document, sets out its policy on the collection and processing of cookies, in compliance with Article 22.2 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE).
Cookies are stored on the user’s terminal equipment (computer or mobile device) and collect information when visiting the website https://polygraphtest.es, in order to improve their usability, understand the habits or browsing needs of users to be able to adapt to them, as well as obtain information for statistical purposes. In the case of users who are already clients of Polygraphtest, the information collected with cookies will also serve for their identification when accessing the different tools that Polygraphtest makes available for the management of services.
Polygraphtest informs users of its website of the existence of cookies and makes this policy available to inform them about their use and purpose. Continuing to browse through its pages implies knowledge and acceptance of this Policy by these users.
Polygraphtest uses the following types of cookies:
Classified by ownership:
First-party cookies: sent and managed directly by Polygraphtest. Third-party cookies: sent and managed by a third party unrelated to Polygraphtest, anonymously, for the purpose of carrying out statistical studies of navigation on the Polygraphtest website pages.
Classified by purpose:
Technical and/or personalization cookies: facilitate navigation by identifying the session, allowing access to restricted access tools, and configuring the available options. They make it possible to provide the service requested by the user in advance. Analysis and/or advertising cookies: allow knowing the number of visits received in the different sections of the website, the habits and trends of its users and, consequently, improving navigation and the service offered by Polygraphtest (mainly, Google Analytics), as well as managing the advertising spaces included on the website visited by the user. They collect data anonymously for the purpose of obtaining user browsing profiles.
Classified by duration:
Session cookies: collect and store data while the user accesses the website. Persistent cookies: collect and store data on the user’s terminal for a variable period of time depending on the purpose for which they have been used.
The retention time of cookies will depend on the type and will always be the minimum necessary to fulfill their purpose.
In any case, users can configure their browser to disable or block the reception of all or some of the cookies. Not wanting to receive these cookies does not constitute an impediment to accessing the information on the Polygraphtest website pages, although the use of some services may be limited. If, once consent has been given for the receipt of cookies, it is desired to withdraw it, those stored on the user’s equipment must be deleted through the options of the different browsers.
The way to configure the different browsers to exercise the actions indicated in the paragraphs above can be consulted at: