WHAT COOKIES AND SIMILAR TECHNOLOGIES ARE?
The services associated with XJOURNALS automatically record certain information about visits using cookies, such as the number and frequency of visitors, technical information about browsers and the devices used to access our website and information about service interruptions and other technical issues. Cookies that record this information are necessary to allow the operation of our services and tools.
XJOURNALS and the providers can automatically collect certain information through cookies about their activities over time in the services and on the web pages, applications, and other means of third parties. Cookies can be included in our web pages, mobile applications, email messages and other digital content. They can retrieve unique cookie identifiers or other identifiers associated with your browser or device. They also collect information while you are using our services or running in the background on your device.
Cookies on our services can be sent directly by XJOURNALS or from other sources, such as advertisers and data analysis companies (referred to as "third-party cookies").
Cookies are specific to each browser and device and can be kept for different periods of time. Some are automatically deleted when the browser is closed or when we leave our service. Other cookies are "persistent", which means that they remain on your device after closing the browser.
YOUR OPTIONS, INCLUDING DISABILITIES
Cookies help XJOURNALS, our service providers and our business partners, to provide and personalize the services delivered through XJOURNALS. You have the right to accept or not our cookies. However, if you choose to reject or delete cookies, this decision could affect the availability and functionality of Digital services. To adjust your preferences, use the Cookie Panel. In addition, depending on how you access Digital Services, you can choose between its different options through other channels, as indicated below:
Disabling on web pages (browsers)
Most browsers accept cookies by default. You can modify the settings so that your browser rejects certain cookies or sends you a notification before accepting cookies. To activate it, follow the instructions provided by your browser, which are usually found in the "Help", "Tools" or "Edit" services. Some third parties also offer the possibility of rejecting their cookies by clicking directly on a disabling link and, to know more about these cookies, you should review the Cookies policy of the third party in question.
DeDisabling in mobile applications
To limit tracking for advertising purposes on your mobile device, you can review and adjust the parameters supplied by the manufacturer of your device, such as "Limit advertising tracking" on iOS or "Disable custom ads" on Android.
Remember that as the mobile app environment continues to evolve, new privacy settings or personalized ad disabling mechanisms may appear. We urge you to review information about these disqualifications and announcements that may be made available by device manufacturers, technology companies, and industry associations.
Last Updated: May 30, 2020