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Cookie Policy

Information about Cookies

The domain https://quicktok.ai (hereinafter referred to as QUICKTOK.AI) uses automated procedures to collect Cookies to gather personal information, such as the type of browser or operating system, referring page, path, ISSP domain, etc. This helps us adapt this website to your personal needs and provide a better user experience.

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a harmless text file that is stored in your browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) when you visit almost any website.

The purpose of the cookie is to make the website you visit remember your visit when you browse it again, making navigation easier and more helpful. As a website, it helps us improve quality by allowing us to personalize each user's navigation to some extent.

Although many people may not be aware, cookies have been used for decades. Currently, they are essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing countless advantages in delivering interactive services and facilitating navigation.

Remember that cookies cannot harm your computer, and, in return, having them activated helps the website owner identify and resolve errors, thus improving the navigability of the site and providing a better experience for users.

What is not a Cookie?

A cookie is not a virus, trojan, worm, spam, spyware, or pop-up window.

What information does a Cookie store?

Cookies usually do not store sensitive information about you, such as credit card or banking data, photos, your ID card, or personal information.

The data they store is technical in nature, such as personal preferences, content personalization, etc. For example, the language you use for browsing or the font size.

The web server associates you not as a person but with your web browser. In fact, if you regularly browse with Firefox and then try to browse the same website with other browsers, such as Microsoft Edge or Chrome, the website will not recognize you as the same person because it associates you with the browser.

What types of Cookies are there?

Cookies can be divided into session cookies or permanent cookies, depending on how long they remain installed. Session cookies expire when the user closes the browser, while permanent cookies expire when they have served their purpose or are manually deleted.

Furthermore, based on their purpose, cookies can be classified as follows:

  1. Required or Technical Cookies: These are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website. They are usually generated when the user accesses the website or logs in. They allow, among other things, to determine whether a human or an automated application is browsing, whether it is an anonymous or a registered user, which are basic tasks for the operation of any dynamic website. They also keep the user identified, so if they leave the website and return later, the browser or device will still recognize them, facilitating their navigation without having to log in again. Similarly, these cookies are used to check whether the user is authorized to access certain services or areas of the website.
  2. Preference Cookies: They record information related to the website's behavior or appearance, such as the language used or the region from which it is accessed.
  3. Statistical/Analytical Cookies: These are used to analyze and improve the browsing experience, optimize the website's operation, and see how visitors interact. They collect information about the type of navigation you are performing, the sections you use most, products consulted, usual time zone, language, etc.
  4. Marketing Cookies: These cookies are used to display advertisements on the website, videos, or social media that may be of interest to you, rather than random ads. The potential interest is inferred based on your browsing preferences, country of origin, or language. They are also cookies that gather information about the ads shown to website users.
  5. Geolocation Cookies: These cookies are used to determine the country or region where the user accessing a service on the website is located, in order to offer content or services appropriate to their location.

What are First-Party Cookies and Third-Party Cookies?

First-party cookies are generated by the website you are visiting, while third-party cookies are generated by external services or providers, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Google.

What happens if I disable Cookies?

To understand the scope of disabling cookies, here are some examples:

  • You won't be able to share content from that website on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social network.
  • The website will not be able to adapt content to your personal preferences, as often happens in online stores.
  • You won't be able to access your personal area on that website, such as My Account or My Profile or My Orders.
  • Online stores: You won't be able to make digital purchases; they will have to be made over the phone or by visiting the physical store, if available.
  • You won't be able to customize your geographical preferences, such as time zone, currency, or language.
  • The website will not be able to perform web analytics on visitors and web traffic, making it challenging to compete online.
  • You won't be able to write on the blog, upload photos, post comments, rate or score content. The website will also not be able to tell if you are a human or an automated application that posts spam.
  • Personalized or sector-specific advertisements will not be displayed, reducing the website's advertising revenue.
  • All social networks use cookies. If you disable them, you won't be able to use any social network.

Can Cookies be deleted?

The answer is yes. Not only can you delete cookies, but you can also block them, either generally or specifically for a specific domain. To delete cookies from a specific website, you need to go to your browser's settings and search for those associated with that domain, then delete them.

Disabling or Deleting Cookies

The answer is yes. Not only can you delete cookies, but you can also block them, either generally or specifically for a specific domain. To delete cookies from a specific website, you need to go to your browser's settings and search for those associated with that domain, then delete them.

Cookie Settings and Management

For more information on customizing cookie settings or accessing activation, restriction, and/or disabling options, visit the following links depending on your browser:

Updates to the Cookie Policy and Information

The owner of this website may modify this Cookie Policy based on new legislative or regulatory requirements, or to adapt the policy to instructions issued by the relevant Data Protection Agencies. We recommend regularly checking the Cookie Policy to be informed of any updates or modifications. Users will be informed whenever there is a significant change in this Cookie Policy.