- Cookies in Ikigai
In Ikigai information is collected through the use of a technology called “cookies” so that your experience on the web is optimal. Next, we explain how “cookies” work on our website.
- What is a cookie?
When you connect to the Internet, you use a program called a “browser” (like Apple’s Safari or Google’s Chrome). Most websites store a small amount of text in the browser, and that piece of text is called a “cookie.”
Its usefulness is that the website can remember your visit when you return to browse that page, which can facilitate your next visit and make the website more useful to you. Thus, cookies seek to adapt the content of the web to your profile and needs. Without the presence of cookies, your experience while browsing a site would be frustrating and the services offered by the website would be affected.
- Where are cookies used?
- What are the cookies used by the Ikigai website and what are they used for?
Technical or functionality cookies
At Ikigai we have technical cookies that are essential and strictly necessary for the proper functioning of our websites.
Preference or customization cookies
These cookies allow us to remember information that changes the appearance or behavior of our website based on the settings you make, such as the language setting.
Cookies are one of the ways we avoid security risks.
We also use the services of third-party providers to perform statistical analysis and evaluate our services and the content we provide to you. These third parties may collect or access information in an anonymized manner and in accordance with their own privacy and cookie policies.
Likewise, at Ikigai Lab we can use our own and third-party cookies. If you check the third-party cookies hosted on the Ikigai Lab website, you will be able to find providers such as Google Analytics and Facebook.
You should know that the companies that generate these latest cookies have their own cookie policies, and are obliged to obtain your consent, if applicable, and to inform you about the existence of the cookies they generate and manage.
- How can I configure cookies in my browser?
- Your browser probably offers you options for cookies. For example, most browsers allow you to block “third-party cookies”, which are cookies from sites other than the one you are visiting. These options differ from browser to browser, so check your browser settings for more information.
- In the case of Google, you can go to the Chrome address bar and click on the lock icon that appears at the beginning. Then, click on the “Cookies” option and select the cookie you want to block or remove.
- Remember that third-party cookies are not managed by Ikigai. Therefore, we recommend that you review the privacy policies, conditions of service, purpose and use of third-party cookies so that you can obtain more information about the deactivation of these cookies and how you can manage them.
- You can also choose to delete your browsing data (including cookies) from your own browser. Do not forget to consult the options and instructions offered by your browser for this.
- Warnings about cookie settings
You must bear in mind that some cookies help to make your experience on our website unique (personalization cookies), as well as they are essential for the proper functioning of our website (technical cookies) and their deactivation or blocking would impact your browsing experience.
By visiting our website and accepting this Cookies Policy, you declare that you agree with all the aspects set out in this document and authorize us to use the cookies previously developed, including third-party advertising cookies, in accordance with the purposes indicated, unless you decide to configure them, in which case your consent will be understood to have been revoked.
Remember that third-party cookies are not managed by Ikigai. Therefore, we recommend that you review the privacy policies, conditions of service, purpose and use of third-party cookies so that you can obtain more information about the deactivation of these cookies and how you can manage them.
Ikigai reserves the right to modify this Policy based on legislative, regulatory requirements or its own criteria.