This Cookie Policy is a document that will contain clear information about what Cookies are, which Cookies we use in our applications, what role they play and how to configure them.

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files or pieces of information that are downloaded to your computer, smartphone or any other device with internet access when you visit our application.

They contain information about your browsing on our pages and only retain information related to your preferences. 

In this way, it is able to store and retrieve data about your browsing habits in order to improve the user experience. It is important to note that they do not contain specific personal information, such as sensitive or bank details.

Your browser stores cookies on your hard disk, but they take up minimal memory space and don't affect your computer's performance. Most of the information is deleted as soon as you log out, as you'll see in the next topic.

1.1 Types of Cookies

Cookies, in terms of their lifespan, can be:

  1. Session or temporary cookies: these are cookies that expire as soon as you close your browser, ending the session.
  2. Persistent or permanent cookies: these are cookies that remain on your device for a certain period or until you delete them.

Cookies, in terms of their purpose, can be:

  1. Necessary cookies: these are essential cookies that make it possible to browse our applications and access all the features; if these are not present, our services may perform poorly or not work at all.
  2. Performance cookies: these are cookies that optimize the way our applications work by collecting anonymous information about the pages accessed.
  3. Functionality cookies: these are cookies that remember your preferences and choices (such as your username). 
  4. Advertising cookies: these are cookies that target ads according to your interests and limit the number of times the ad appears.
  5. Statistical cookies: These allow us to quantify the number of visitors and make a statistical analysis of the users of our services.

2. Why do we use cookies?

Abundance uses Cookies to provide the best user experience, making our applications easier and more personalized, based on your choices and browsing behavior.

In this way, we seek to understand how you use our applications and adjust the content to make it more relevant to you, as well as remembering your preferences.

3. What kind of cookies do we use? 

Below we have listed all the Cookies that may be used by Abundance. It is important to remember that you can manage the permission granted for Cookies in your browser.

3.1 Performance cookies 

_GATemporaryGoogleTo collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit our site, for statistical purposes.
_GCL_AUTemporaryGoogleTo collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit our site, for statistical purposes.
_GIDTemporaryGoogleTo collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site, for statistical purposes.
_GAT_UA-217165515-1TemporaryGoogleUsed to limit the request rate.
_GAT_NEUROLEADTemporaryGoogleUsed to read and filter bot requests.

3.2 Functionality cookies

SIB_CUIDTemporarySendinBlueUsed to store single visits.
_wpfuuidTemporaryPFormsUsed to store a unique user ID.

3.3 Advertising cookies

_fbpTemporaryFacebookUsed to store and track visits to websites.

3.4 Statistical Cookies

_hjSessionUser_*TemporaryHotjarUsed to store a unique user ID.
_hjFirstSeenTemporaryHotjarIdentifies the first session of a new user.
_hjIncludedInPageviewSampleTemporaryHotjarUsed to determine whether a user is included in the data sample defined by your site's page view limit.
_hjAbsoluteSessionInProgressTemporaryHotjarUsed to detect a user's first page viewing session.

4. Managing Cookies

Although most browsers are initially configured to accept cookies automatically, you can review your permissions at any time to block them, accept them or activate notifications when certain cookies are sent to your device. 

We may use a system that alerts you and/or requests consent on the Abundance homepage. In this way, we not only ask for your agreement, but also inform you that continued browsing on our sites will be understood as consent. However, we may bring the content into cookie management.

As already mentioned, you can change permissions, block or refuse cookies at any time and at no cost. You can also configure them on a case-by-case basis. However, withdrawing consent for certain Cookies may prevent some of the platform's features from working properly.

To manage your browser's cookies, simply do so directly in the browser's settings, in the Cookies management area. You can access tutorials on the subject directly from the links below:

Internet Explorer
Google Chrome  
Microsoft Edge

5. Final provisions

For Abundance Brasil, privacy and trust are fundamental to our relationship with you.

We are always updating to maintain the highest safety standards.

We therefore reserve the right to change this Cookie Policy at any time. Changes will come into effect as soon as they are published by means of an update on our website.

By continuing to browse our applications after this change becomes effective, you agree to them. We advise you to always check this Policy, as well as our Privacy Policy available on our website.

If you have any questions about this Cookie Policy, please contact us by the following means:

This Cookie Policy was last updated on: 12/09/2022.