A cookie is a small text file that servers may place on the hard drive of your computer, browser, tablet, mobile phone or any device used to surf the Internet, which contains information about the user’s visit to the website, their browsing preferences, the information that they are most interested in, language, etc.
Users can configure cookies in the browser options. If you continue browsing without taking any actions, that means you accept the installation of cookies, just as you were informed in the first layer panel. At PHARMEX, we recommend accepting cookies as they do not violate the privacy of users and they provide relevant information to continue offering quality content.
Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified as:
Session Cookies and Permanent Cookies: the former are deleted upon closing the browser, while the latter remain in the computer system.
Self-own cookies and third-party cookies: depending on whether they belong to the owner of the website or to a third party.
Cookies can be used to collect specific information while browsing a website. The purpose of cookies is to improve the browsing experience and its conditions of functionality, as this information can help PHARMEX ensuring that the website and its services are adjusted as closely as possible to the needs and preferences of its users.
Third-party cookies: in this case, PHARMEX may install third-party cookies in order to provide you with information we consider to be of interest to you during browsing. Usually, the use of third-party cookies will refer to analytical cookies that offer PHARMEX anonymous information regarding the number of entries to the website, the time the user spends on the website, as well as other statistical data. In addition, some cookies that will be used by third parties need to be implemented for the correct functioning of videos and social network interactions.
Cookies necessary for navigation: The installation of this type of cookie is necessary for navigation, as well as for PHARMEX to obtain all the information required by law, such as whether the data owner has accepted the cookies policy or has rejected it.
In addition to the configuration indicated above, you may configure your Internet browser to notify you each time a new cookie is stored on your computer, and decide whether to accept it or reject it. You must not forget that some parts of the website may not work properly if you don’t allow cookies.
To allow, see, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer, you can adjust your browser settings. For example, here are some instructions on how to do it for certain browsers:
a) If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet Options> Privacy> Settings. For more information, please visit
b) If you use Firefox, go to Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies. For more information, please visit
c) If you use Chrome, go to Settings > Advanced settings > Privacy.
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d) If you use Opera, you can configure it in the Privacy & Security menu. For more information, please visit http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/cookies/
e) If you use Safari, go to Preferences> Security or Privacy, from where you can configure the Browser. For more information, please visit: