The information presented is https://www.counterclock.net/ to inform the user about the placement, use and administration of cookies on the https://www.counterclock.net/ website.
The Cookies module is a small text file that is saved on the user’s computer/mobile device after he/she has consented on the site, through the used browser (e.g. Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.).
Cookies are not viruses/spyware, nor can they access the information on the user’s computer. They do not contain the email address or other private information about the user, so he/she cannot be identified by the data stored by the cookies.
The cookie module consists of the name, content and validity.
There are two types of cookie modules: permanent and temporary (session).
Permanent cookies are saved according to the pre-set time in the user’s computer or device and are reused every time the user returns to that site but can be deleted at any time by the user.
A visit to this site may place cookies for the following purposes: the unique identification of the user’s session, identifying the minimum age required to use the site, statistics on the number of pages and duration of the session. These cookies may also come from third parties.
The temporary cookies used by this website are the unique identification of the user’s session and are anonymous. This appears as “PHPSESSIS”.
Permanent cookies that are present on this website are those that help identify the age compliance required to use the site. It has a validity of 30 days or until it is deleted by the user. The name of the module that stores this information is called “AccCook”.
Other permanent cookies used by this website are third party cookies used to collect aggregate statistical information in analytics tools by Google Analytics. The information they collect can be: the location, the number of pages viewed, time spent on the site, the location from which the site is accessed, the type of device, the browser used, the source page from which the user arrived on the site, etc. They are valid for 2 years or until they are deleted by the user. The modules that store this kind of information are called “_ga”, “utma” and “utmv”.
The user can easily delete the cookies from his/her computer/mobile device from the browser. For instructions on how to manage and delete cookies on your device, the user can refer to the browser’s “Help” menu. It may claim to disable cookies that do not agree or believe that it affects their anonymity or may receive a notification each time a new cookie is sent to the computer/device.
Disabling cookies may make the site more difficult to use, with the possibility that the site cannot be used in an optimal way by the user.