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Information about the cookies we use:
These cookies store information about the language that is configured in the user’s browser and shows the website content in the preferred language.
These cookies are installed by the content manager system that uses this website to ensure the it is displayed properly in multiple browsers. None of these cookies is used by Augure S.A. for any purpose.
These cookies store information about a visitor to recover the data on the forms so you can fill them in more quickly
These cookies are associated with the tool to share content on social networks: Addthis. It updates the number of times a page has been shared.
This cookie is set by Crazy Egg, the system used by Augure S.A. in order to improve the website User Experiencie. Their privacy policies of this tool can be read here: http://www.crazyegg.com/privacy
This cookie is installed by the content manager system used by this website. It checks whether or not the browser has cookies enabled.
This cookie is used by service CloudFare to remove security restrictions based on IP address of the visitor to access www.augure.com. This cookie does not associate the information with the user ID or store personal information.
Google Adwords and Google Remarketing
Augure uses the advertising program Google Adwords and the Google Remarketing technology. Both are managed by the company Google Inc. (“Google”)
To measure conversions with Google Adwords a conversion tracking cookie is installed when users click on an Augure Ad shown by Google. The conversion tracking cookies expire after 30 days and are not used to identify users. Google uses different cookies for each client of Google Adwords and does not consolidate the cookie information with other data. When clicking on one of our ads and accessing one of our pages with the tracking code (and the cookie has not expired) the conversion is recorded. With the help of the conversion tracking cookie, Augure S.A. can get the total number of conversions and analyze the effectiveness of our ads. You can find more information about Adwords here: https://support.google.com/adwords/topic/3121763?hl=en&ref_topic=3119071
When you click on one of our ads, Google remarketing cookie is installed. This cookie helps us to show ads on other pages that belong to the Google content network. Remarketing cookies expire after 30 days and are not used to obtain personal information. For more information on remarketing, you can click here: http://www.google.com/ads/innovations/remarketing.html
These cookies are used by the various services of Google: _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz, _ga. Read more here: https://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/privacy/
This cookie is installed by Marketing Automation service that uses Augure S.A.: Pardot. The cookie stores the unique ID of each visitor and aims to track the activity of users visiting the website. The cookie lasts for 10 days.
Pardot uses a separate session cookie for its previews than for the http://pi.pardot.com/ session. This is done for security purposes, to prevent attacks on the main application from code added to the preview.
Pardot uses this cookie for internal metrics and monitoring.
WordPress uses this cookie to see whether the user has closed the pop up with the message of the suscription to the newsletter or not and then it won´t show it again.
WordPress uses this cookie to see whether the user has closed the pop up with the message of the chat or not and then it won´t show it again.