Cookies used at

A cookie is a small file that is stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or mobile device. Its primary purpose is that the Web will remember your visit, facilitating your use of our web site. Cookies store technical information, personal preferences, usage date, links to social media, access to the user’s account, etc…The use of cookies will adapt our web content to your profile and needs. The user can reject the installation of cookies and still have access to the content. However, without the use of cookies it will diminish the user’s experience in our site. uses the following cookies:

Own cookies: These are generated by the page you are visiting.

Third party cookies: This are generated for external providers or services.

Technical cookies: They allow the user to browse through the webpage using the different options and services that are been offered.

Session cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in the cookies file in your browser until you stop browsing and leave the webpage.

Persistent cookies: These are the cookies that remain stored in the terminal and our webpage reads each to time your visit our site. This cookies expired at a determined time and they will stop working then.

Analysis cookies: They gather information about the specific kind of browsing you are doing, the contents you access the most, products used, timetable of usage, language, etc…

Advertising cookies: They will show ads according to your browsing, your country of origin, language, etc…

Behavioral Advertising cookies: We use re-marketing cookies from Google Adwords, a Google provider to obtain information about our web users enabling us to create publicity campaigns based in your accurate interests

Information About Mimique’s most used Third-party Cookies

Google Analytics 

“__utma”: Needed by Google Analytics with a 2 year expiration time. 

“__utmz”: needed to understand the location of the browser, to know where and how the user has accessed our webpage. It expires after 6 months. 

“_utmb”: This cookie registers the time you arrived at our page and it expires 30 minutes after you have visited our webpage. It will be automatically deleted when you close the browser or the webpage. 

“_utmc”: The actual javascript code that is used by Google Analytics does not require this cookie. Before this cookie was used along with _utmb to determine if after 30 minutes in the same webpage it needed to reestablish a new session for the user. This cookie continues to be included to assure the compatibility with the webs where the old code urchin.js. is still installed. 

For more information about Google Analytics you can go to the following link: These cookies are used to learn about how people access our initial campaigns. It allows us to know and evaluate the clicks we receive in our advertising to better improve the service you receive. To learn more about doubleclick cookies, visit Third-party cookies store behavioral information about the user while browsing the webpage. YouTube Privacy Policy Third-party persistent cookies store anonymous user information while providing a sharing service of contents in social media. It also delegates variables of the different social media. Addthis Privacy Policy

How to de-activate the installation of cookies:

All browsers allow you to change settings cookies. It will enable you the choice to change the settings so you can control your level of privacy. These settings are normally found in the “options” or “preference” menus of your browser.

Internet Explorer (

Go to tools, internet options, then privacy and settings. You could block all cookies, high, medium high, medium (default setting), low or accept all cookies.

Mozilla Firefox (

Go to tools, select internet options, then privacy and finally settings. If you click on the pull down menu you will see “use personalised configuration for your history. You will then see the options for cookies and you will be able to activate them or deactivate them checking the appropriate box.

Google Chrome (

Go to settings, show advanced options, then privacy and content setting where you select information about cookies and select the ones you want to allow. At this point you will also be able to delete any other stored cookie.

Safari (

Go to settings, select internet options, open the privacy option. Select whichever options you would prefer in the “block cookies” section. Remember, however, without the use of cookies it will diminish your experience in our site.

If you will not want your cookies to be traced, Google has developed a plug-in you can find at:

Based on your choice of cookies in the webpages, you will be sent an additional cookie to save your selection. This will allow you to not have to accept the use of cookies each time you access

Cookies on mobile devices: also uses cookies or other storage methods in your mobile devices. Similar to your internet browser on a computer, browsers in your mobile devices can also have your privacy settings changed to activate or deactivate your use of cookies.

If you wish to change your privacy settings, follow the instructions specific to your mobile device. You can find some examples that can guide you to modify your privacy setting in the following links:

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