Cookies policy

How do we use cookies?

What is a cookie?

A “Cookie” is a small text file that a website stores in the user’s browser, facilitating navigation through a web page and is essential for the operation of the internet.

Cookies are used, for example, to validate records on the web (remember username and password); remember options such as size, language, browser used; analyze the habits and behaviors of the user to improve the services offered, or to adapt the contents of a web page to the preferences of the visitor.

Cookies can be “session”, so they will be deleted once the user leaves the web page that generated them or “persistent”, which remain on their computer until a certain date.

Cookies may also be “own”, managed by the domain that the user accesses and that requests a certain service (in this case the domains owned by FUSIO D’ARTS TECHNOLOGY, SL as the owner of the VISUALFY domain) or “cookies of third parties ”, sent to the user equipment from a different domain than the one accessed.

Type of Cookies Used on the VISUALFY Website

Our website uses four types of cookies:

● Own cookies: they are strictly necessary cookies. They allow user interaction through the website using all its functions.      

● Performance and analysis cookies: these are cookies used for analysis, research or statistics in order to improve the website experience. By using these cookies you can show more relevant information to visitors.      

● Cookies used by social networks: On the web you can find buttons of different social networks that allow the user to share content with the contacts of their social network. These cookies allow the user to interact avoiding having to re-enter their data to share said content. The use of these buttons does not imply access to the data entered by users when sharing content on a social network.      

● Cookies used by external add-ons: On the web we offer content that is hosted by third-party services, such as videos hosted on YouTube. These cookies are used by the service providers themselves being necessary for the user to access said service and are governed by the provisions of their respective cookies policies.      

Analytical cookies are only loaded once the user gives us their consent to collect anonymous statistical data while browsing this website, in accordance with Royal Decree-Law 13/2012.

It is important to note that these technologies are not intrusive, since all the information obtained through cookies is completely anonymous, and in no case can it be associated with a specific and identified user. This information allows VISUALFY to adapt and improve its Services to the interests of the users. However, the user has the option to prevent the generation of cookies, by selecting the corresponding option in their browser program. VISUALFY informs that if you disable the use of cookies, browsing may be slower than usual.

Specifically, all browsers allow you to make changes that allow you to disable cookie settings. These settings are located in the “options” or “preferences” of your browser menu.

Below we show you through links the way to disable cookies following the instructions of the most used browsers:

●       Internet Explorer      

●       Mozilla Firefox

●       Google Chrome

●       Safari

Technical Description Of The Cookies Used

Below are the cookies used by this website along with the purpose and duration of each of them, click on this LINK

Additional Information About Social Plugins.

On our website we offer the so-called social plugins of different social networks (eg the “Like” Facebook button).

If you are a member of a social network and click on the corresponding social plugin, the social network provider may link your profile data with the information of your visit to said website. Therefore, it is convenient to find out about the functions of the respective social network.

If you use one of these social plugins within our website, your browser will call the plugin of the servers of the social network provider and present it as part of our website.

In doing so, said provider may store cookies or the so-called “web beacons” on your computer.

If you do not wish to activate this function, inform yourself about the configuration possibilities of your browser regarding how it handles cookies and web beacons. The manufacturer of your browser or the providers of so-called browser extensions and plugins can provide you with this information.

More information.

Any user who has any questions about these technologies can send an email to to be solved as soon as possible.

Publication date 09/13/2019

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