TUPER S.A. seeks to explain, in a transparent and specific way through this Cookies Policy, how, when and why Cookies are used.
For any questions about Our Digital Platforms’ Cookies Policy, you may contact us via Email firstname.lastname@example.org or “Contact Us”) at https://www.tuper.com.br/fale-conosco/.
A Cookie is a text file that is installed in the browser of a computer or mobile device by a website’s server when it is accessed.
Cookies can be installed by the server of the website or by its partners.
3. Cookie Type
The Cookies used by TUPER S.A. can be divided depending on their origin, function and useful life.
Primary Cookies: are Cookies inserted directly by TUPER S.A.
Third-Party Cookies: these are Cookies inserted by third parties, such as Google Analytics, YouTube, advertisers.
Necessary Cookies: are Cookies essential to make the site (s) TUPER SA function properly and allow the user to navigate the site and use all features. If the user refuses these Cookies, parts of the site will not work. These Cookies do not identify the user. For example, the Cookies required are necessary for load balancing the site’s server, checking its functionality.
Functional Cookies: are Cookies that allow the site TUPER SA to remember the choices made by the user of the site, in order to facilitate access to the site and its use at a later opportunity. These Cookies may collect personal information disclosed by users, such as name or a profile picture. Examples of information collected by functional Cookies include, but are not limited to, visitor’s user name, language preference, shopping cart content.
Performance Cookies: these are Cookies that allow us to understand how the user interacts with the site, providing information about the areas visited, time spent on the site, problems encountered. These Cookies help improve the performance of the site. These Cookies do not identify the user and all data collected and aggregated anonymously. For example, performance cookies allow TUPER S.A. to count the number of visitors and track the most popular pages.
Non-functional Cookies: targeting and advertising: these are Cookies that keep track of products and services in which the user may be interested. This information is used to show ads that are adopted for the user’s interest on other sites that are part of the advertising network. These Cookies allow a profile to be fulfilled based on browsing behavior and enable the delivery of content that is more relevant and tailored to the user’s interests. These Cookies track the user by IP number. For example, information collected through a Targeting Cookie is used to measure the effectiveness of a TUPER S.A. advertising campaign.
Social Cookies: these are Cookies from social plugins from various third parties, such as Facebook and Twitter. These Cookies allow the website user to share content on certain social networks. For example, a Facebook plugin that allows users to register using their account details.
3.3 Service life
Permanent Cookies: these are Cookies that remain on the user’s device for a period of time defined in the Cookies. They are activated when the user visits the site. Most non-functional Cookies are permanent.
Session Cookies: these are Cookies that can be used to simplify user actions and link them to each other during a browser session. A browser session starts when a user opens a new browser screen and ends when the browser screen is closed. All Session Cookies are removed when the browser is closed. Most Session Cookies are Functional Cookies.
4. Controlling and Deleting Cookies
Disabling the cookies that TUPER S.A. uses may affect the user’s experience on our digital platforms, for example the user may not be able to visit certain areas of a page of ours or receive personalised information when visiting a page.
If you use different devices to access our digital platforms (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), you should make sure that the browser on each device is set to match your cookie preferences.
Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but provide controls that allow you to block or delete them. For more information on how to control cookies please refer to your browser’s instructions.