Cookies Policy

Cookies are a tool used by web servers to store and retrieve information about your visitors regarding their activity and preferences to remember them on their return and thus be able to offer you a better service through the website.

OSBORNE, on behalf of the latter or a third party contracted to provide measurement services, may use cookies when a User browses OSBORNE sites and pages. Cookies are files sent to a browser through a web server to record the User’s activities on the website.

Cookies are essential for the functioning of the Internet; They cannot damage the user’s equipment / device and, if they are activated in the browser settings, they help us to identify and resolve possible errors in the operation of the website, which uses them for its correct operation and that allow us to know the activity carried out by the users while browsing.

None of the cookies installed on the OSBORNE Web Site can extract information from a hard drive or steal personal information.


What cookies does OSBORNE use?

The application we use to obtain and analyze navigation information is Google Analytics: y

The application we use to post ads and track the results is Google Adwords:

These applications have been developed by Google, which provides us with the audience analysis service for our page. This company may use this data to improve its own services and to offer services to other companies.

You can find out about these other uses from the indicated links.

Thanks to cookies, it is possible for the OSBORNE server, or the third party acting on your behalf, to recognize the browser of the computer used by the User in order to make browsing easier, allowing, for example, access to Users who have previously registered, access the areas, services, promotions or contests reserved exclusively for them without having to register for each visit.

When the User allows its reception, he will be able to know the server that uses the cookies, for which he must consult the instructions for use of your browser. The User has the possibility of configuring his browser to be notified on the screen of the reception of cookies and to prevent their installation on your hard drive. Please, consult the instructions and manuals of your browser to expand this information. Notwithstanding that the User is responsible for the configuration of your browser, you can find more information in the following links:

To use the OSBORNE website, it is not necessary for the User to allow the installation of the cookies sent by OSBORNE, or the third party acting on your behalf, without prejudice to the need for the User to start a session as such in each one. of the services whose provision requires prior registration or login.

OSBORNE, in compliance with legal regulations, requests the user’s consent to use the aforementioned cookies; otherwise, the correct use of the website will not be possible.


What is the purpose of the cookies installed by OSBORNE?

The cookies used by OSBORNE, or the third party acting on your behalf, are only associated with an anonymous User and their computer.

These tools do not obtain data on the names or surnames of the users or the postal address from which they connect. The information obtained is related, for example, to the number of pages visited, the language, the social network in which our news is published, the city to which the IP address from which users access is assigned, the number of users that visit us, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the time of visit, the browser they use, the operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made. For this purpose, OSBORNE’s web servers will be able to automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the User.

All this information is recorded in a server activity file that allows the subsequent processing of the data in order to obtain statistical measurements that allow knowing the number of page impressions, the number of visits made to web services. In any case, said file is subjected to disassociation processes that prevent the identification of the Users’ machine.