Cookie Policy

Accessing this website could entail using cookies. Cookies are small amounts of information that are stored in each User’s browser – in the different devices they use to navigate – so that the server can remember certain information which will later be read only by the server in question. Cookies simplify navigation, they make it friendlier and don’t damage the navigation device. Cookies are automatic processes that recollect relevant information to the User’s specific preferences during their visit to a Website, with the objective of recognizing them as a User, customizing their experience and their use of the Website, and helping identify and solve errors. 


The information collected through cookies can include dates and times of visits to the Website, viewed pages, time spent on the Website and the sites visited right before or after the Website in question. However, no cookies allow the Website to contact the User’s phone number or any other form of personal contact. No cookies can extract information from the User’s hard drive or steal personal information. The only way that the User’s personal information can become part of the Cookie archive is if the User provides the server with that information. Cookies that allow identifying a persona are considered personal data. Thus, the previously mentioned Privacy Policy will be applied to these cookies. In this sense, in order to use them, the User must provide their consent. This consent will be communicated through an authentic decision, offered through an affirmative and positive selection, previous to initial, removable, and documented treatment. 

Own cookies

These cookies are sent to the User’s computer or device and managed exclusively by Acid Labs to improve the Website’s functioning. The information collected is used to better the Website’s quality, content, and User Experience. These cookies allow recognition of the User as a frequent visitor to the Website and adapting content to offer elements that align with their preferences. 

Third-party cookies

These are cookies that are used and managed by external entities that provide Acid Labs with requested services to improve the Website and User Experience while navigating. The main objectives for using third-party cookies are obtaining access statistics and analyzing navigation information, that is, how the User interacts with the Website. 

Obtained information refers to, for example, the number of visited sites, language, IP address from which the User is accessing the Website, number of Users accessing the Website, frequency and recurrence of visits, visit time, browser used, operator or type of device used when visiting. This information is used to improve the Website, and detect new needs to offer Users optimum Content and/or Services. In any case, the information is collected anonymously and Website tendency reports are written without identifying individual users. 

You can get more information about cookies, and privacy policies, or consult the description of cookies used, their main characteristics, expiration period, etc. in the following links:

Entities in charge of administering cookies could share this information with third-parties, as long as the law requires it or if it were a third party processing the information for said entities. 

Social media cookies

Acid Labs incorporates social media plugins that allow access to these platforms through the Website. Because of this, social media cookies can be stored in the User’s browser. The holders of said platforms have their own data and cookie protection policies, and they are responsible for their own files and privacy practices in each case. The User must refer to the aforementioned to become informed about said cookies, and in this case, their approach to personal data. For information purposes only, we provide the following links where one can consult said privacy and/or cookie policies:

Disabling, rejecting, and deleting cookies

The User can disable, reject, and delete cookies – totally or partially – that have been installed in their device through their browser’s configuration (for example Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer). In this sense, processes to reject or delete cookies may differ from one internet browser to another. Accordingly, the User must resort to the instructions provided by the specific internet browser they are using. If they were to reject the use of cookies – totally or partially – they can continue using the Website, although they could have limited access to some of it’s features.