How Jean Pierre Bua uses automatic data collection tools

Additional information is provided in the following sections.

about commonly used web technology tools.

 

 

Cookies

A "cookie" is a small data file that is transferred from a website to your computer's hard drive. Jean Pierre Bua or its service providers send cookies when you browse our site or on sites where our ads appear, if you make purchases, request or personalize information, or register for certain services. If you accept the cookies used on our site, on sites managed by other companies on behalf of Jean Pierre Bua or on sites where our ads appear, you give us access to information about your browsing behavior. Cookies are usually classified as "session" cookies or "persistent" cookies.

• Session cookies do not remain on your computer after you close your browser.
• Persistent cookies remain on your computer until you delete them or they expire. Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, although you can selectively reject or accept cookies through your browser preferences. If you disable cookies, certain features of our site may not be available and some web pages may not display properly.

In certain countries you can also adjust your cookie preferences for Jean Pierre Bua.com and associated sites through a preference management tool on the site you visit.
How to block cookies in different browsers.

 

IE9

      If you're using Internet Explorer (IE) 9.0+:
• Go to “tools” in the menu bar, where a menu should be displayed, in which to choose “internet options”
• Click on the “privacy” tab at the top
• Slide the switch to the mark “block all cookies”

Important notice: blocking all cookies could prevent you from accessing many sites. Internet Explorer's next two privacy levels, high and medium-high, are more manageable.

To delete existing cookies:

• Go to “tools” in the menu bar that will drop down at the bottom and then click on “internet options”.
• Click on the “general” tab which should be under “browsing history” and click on “delete”.

Google Chrome

      If you use Google Chrome to disable cookies:
• Go to the “tools menu”
• Click on “options”
• Click on “advanced”
• Select “cookie setting”. Once done, select "block all cookies"
• Now all cookies should be blocked in your Google Chrome

      To delete existing cookies:
• Go to the “tools menu”
• Click on “options”
• Click on “advanced”
• In the "privacy" section select "show cookies"
• A new window called “cookies” should open. In it you can see all the cookies that are in your Google Chrome browser.
• Click “remove all” to remove any cookie items
• If you only want to delete a specific cookie, simply select it and click on “delete”

Safari

      Safari 5.1+
• Go to the Safari menu and click on “about”, to find out what version of Safari you are using.
• From the Safari menu, click on “Preferences”.
• Once you are in the Safari preferences window, click on “privacy”.
• Set your preferences about the creation of cookies next to “block cookies”.
• Select “Sources and Advertisers” – “Always” or “Never”.
• If you have any type of cookies or data stored, click on “Details”.
• If you want to delete the data, select the information and click on “Delete”.
• If you want to remove data from all pages, simply click “Remove All”.
• You are done, click “finish” to return to the preferences window.

 

Opera

• Go to the Opera window at the top, select “Tools”.
• Select, from here, “Preferences”.
• Click on “Advanced”.
• Select “Accept cookies”.
• Select “Accept cookies” or “Only accept cookies from the site I am visiting”.
• Make sure “Delete new cookies when visiting Opera” is not selected.
• Now you can click on “OK”.

Firefox

• At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button and select Options.
• Select the Privacy panel.
• Choose Use custom settings for history.
• Check the Accept cookies option to activate them, and uncheck it to deactivate them.
• If you are trying to solve problems related to cookies, make sure that the option Even third-party cookies is not set to Never. For more information, see the article Disabling third-party cookies.
• Choose how long cookies will be stored:
• Keep until: expire: Cookies will be deleted when they reach their expiration date, which is set by the site that sent the cookie.
• Keep until: close Firefox: Cookies that are stored on your computer will be deleted when Firefox is closed.
• Keep until: always ask: Displays an alert every time a website tries to send cookies asking if you want to store them.
• Click OK to close the Options window.

Thank you for your trust.

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