Mindout Cookies Policy
This Cookies Policy explains how we use information collected through cookies and other tracking technologies on this website ("Website") which operate under trademarks of NITIDOOBSERVADOR UNIPESSOAL LDA. ("Mindout").
For any questions about the Cookies Policy, you may contact Mindout through firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small information files placed by the websites you visit that are stored in the browser of the device you use to access the internet (for example, your computer or cell phone). These files help the website to memorize information about your visit and to facilitate your next visit: keeping the actions and preferences of Users for a certain period of time, keeping or recognizing your username, the language in which you want to navigate on the site or other settings.
Cookies can be classified taking into account several criteria.
Considering their purpose, cookies can be:
- (a) Strictly necessary Cookies - when they are necessary to ensure the functioning of the website and/or to ensure the provision of functionalities that are requested by the user, or to save your preferences regarding navigation on the website, whenever you use the same device and request this.
- (b) Analytical cookies - these are incidental in nature and collect statistical information to help website owners analyze website usage and better understand their visitors' engagement with websites. Another use for which these cookies, along with some advertising cookies, may be used is to allow us to measure interactions with the ads we serve. Some of these cookies may transfer data outside the European Economic Area ("EEA").
- (c) Personalization cookies - these are of an accessory nature (not necessary for the functioning of the website, but may improve its performance) and are used to personalize the user's browsing experience. Some of these cookies may transfer data outside the EEA.
- (d) Advertising Cookies - these are incidental in nature and aim to make advertising more attractive to users and advertisers by selecting advertisements based on what is relevant to you, to improve reporting on campaign performance and to avoid showing advertisements that you have already seen or flagged as not relevant. Some of these cookies may transfer data outside the EEA. Considering the lifetime of cookies, they can be distinguished between:
- (a) Session cookies - these are temporary and are deleted from the cookie file when or shortly after the browser or application used to access the Digital Channels is closed. Through this type of cookies it is possible, for example, to analyze web traffic patterns, allowing us to identify problems, safeguard security and provide a better browsing experience.
- (b) Permanent cookies - unlike session cookies, these are not deleted when the browser or application is closed, but remain stored on the User's devices. They are used every time a new visit is made to the website, allowing, for example, to customize the browsing experience according to the User's interests and to provide a more individualized service. Considering the entity that places the cookies, they can be classified as follows:
- (a) Own Cookies - are sent to the User's device through equipment or domains managed by EDP Comercial and from which the service requested by the User is provided.
- (b) Third-party Cookies - are sent to the User's device from a device or domain managed by a third party entity over which Mindout has no control. In these cases, the third party may process the data collected through the cookies, including transferring it outside the EEA and Mindout may not be able to configure its operation and/or prevent the transfer of the data collected by the cookies.
What are our cookies used for?
On the Website Mindout uses the following types of cookies:
- a) Cookies strictly necessary;
- b)Analytical Cookies;
- c)Personalization Cookies.
How can I manage my cookie preferences?
Most browsers allow you to control the cookies stored on your device, as well as their immediate deletion if you wish to stop allowing the local storage of cookies. You can change your browser settings to block the installation of cookies or to notify you each time a cookie is set:
- For more information about "Private Browsing" and cookie management in the Firefox browser,click here.
- For more information on "Browsing without logging" and managing cookies in the Chrome browser,click here.
- For more information on "InPrivate Browsing" and cookie management in your Internet Explorer browser, click here.
- For more information about "InPrivate Browsing" and cookie management in the Microsoft Edge browser,click here.
- For more information on "Private Browsing" and cookie management in the Safari browser, click here.
- For more information on "Private Browsing" and cookie management in the Opera browser,click here.
Please be aware that disabling cookies through your browser settings may have an impact on the operation of the Website, since the settings panel of most modern browsers does not offer a level of detail that allows users to turn away all cookies that are not strictly necessary to enable the use of the websites you visit. On equipment that offers this type of functionality, you can have more control over your cookies using free extensions available online.
You can also prevent the collection of information via Google Analytics cookies (provided by Google) on any website by installing the tool available here in your browser. This tool has been developed specifically for Google Analytics and prevents the mechanism that allows the collection of data about how you browse and use our website from sharing information with Google Ireland Limited and other Google entities based in the United States of America (according to information provided by Google).
Changes to the Cookies Policy
Mindout may at any time, without prior notice and with immediate effect, change, add to or revoke, in part or in full, this Cookies Policy. Any changes relevant to the user will be immediately disclosed in the Website, and the user may access the information and, depending on the type of cookie in question, consent to its use.
Last updated: March 21, 2023