Cookies Policy

1. What are Cookies?

"Cookies" are small pieces of text files, which are stored in the user's browser when he visits a website. The information stored on the User's computer may contain information such as which pages the User has visited, the date and time of the visit as well as a random and unique User ID. In no case do cookies contain personal information or information, which will allow anyone to communicate with the visitor of the website, by phone, e-mail, etc. In addition, using cookies does not access your computer documents or files.

With this use, our website is able to store useful information for the User browsing the website, as well as to read this information in order to offer the User a unified browsing experience.

In addition, cookies help us see the performance and traffic of our website, improving its presentation and content, according to the preferences of our visitors.

2. Which cookies do we use on our Website?

We use cookies on our Websites to manage logins, to improve our services, to reflect your particular needs and interests, and to make the use of these services easier for you. Cookies can also be used to compile anonymous, aggregate statistics that allow us to understand how the public uses our Websites and help to improve its structure and content. We cannot verify your personal identity from this information. You can modify your browser settings to reject some or all cookies, except the absolutely necessary ones. Be aware that some features are only available through the use of cookies, and if you choose to decline cookies, these features may not be available. Generally there are the following categories of cookies used on our Websites.

Necessary cookies

These are "first recipient cookies" used exclusively by us for the proper operation of our websites. They allow you to browse and use their features, such as access to safe areas, etc. All your preferences and settings (eg language and country, login information, browser settings and plugins), which are stored in cookies are reproduced on our websites and can not identify your personal identity. Without them, many of our website applications may not work effectively. Also included here are preference cookies created by WordPress. You will find more information about the cookies used by WordPress here

Functionality Cookies (Preferences)

These cookies allow the Websites to remember the user's choices such as username, language or region to provide enhanced and personalized features. They can also be used to provide user-requested services. The information collected by these cookies may become anonymous and it is not possible to track browsing activity on other websites. If you do not accept these cookies, the performance and functionality of the Websites may be affected and your access to its content may be limited.

Performance, analysis and research cookies (Statistics)

These are cookies, which aim to improve the attractiveness, content and functionality of websites. For example, we can determine the frequency of traffic by collecting information such as the number of people who visit our websites and individual pages, but also the number of people who return to it, the keywords used in the search field, the location of the user, ie the country, region and, where applicable, the city or municipality from which access is made, etc. In addition, they record the pages you visit, the time you stay on them as well as the points of interest. Also included here are cookies with details generated by GoogleAnalytics. You will find more information about cookies used by GoogleAnalytics here. This type of cookie does not collect information that identifies you directly, but uses numbers and passwords.

Promotional Cookies (Marketing)

These cookies are used to provide content that best suits you and your interests. They can be used to send targeted advertising / bids, limit ad impressions, or measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. These cookies can be used to remember the websites you have visited to determine which online marketing channels are most effective and allow us to reward external websites and affiliates who have referred you to us.

Unclassified cookies

Unclassified cookies are cookies that are in the process of being classified, together with the providers of individual cookies.

The following table contains all the cookies used by our website:

Name Cookie Category Provider Type Expiration Purpose
__hssrc Statistics HubspotHTTPSessionEach time Hubspot changes the session cookie, this cookie is updated to identify if the visitor has restarted their browser.
__hssc Statistics HubspotHTTP30 minutesUsed to record sessions. Specifies whether Hubspot will increase the session number and timestamp to the __hstc cookie.
__hstc Statistics HubspotHTTP13 monthsThe main cookie for logging visitors
hubspotutk Statistics HubspotHTTP13 MonthsUsed to record visitor identity. Goes to Hubspot when submitting a form and is used to specify duplicate contacts.
_ga Statistics GoogleHTTP2 YearsStatistical logging of website traffic data.
_gat_UA-140439252-2 Statistics GoogleHTTP10 MinutesUsed to adjust the number of requests to Google Analytics to improve performance.
_gid Statistics GoogleHTTP1 DayEnters a unique ID used to generate statistics about how a visitor uses Dr. Button.
_fbp Marketing FacebookHTTP2 MonthsUser Feedback Analysis With Website For Facebook Advertising Use.
fr Marketing FacebookHTTP2 MonthsThis cookie is used by Facebook to show relevant ads to users and measure ad improvement.
__cfduid Necessary HubspotHTTP30 DaysUsed by Cloudflare, Hubspot's CDN provider to help detect malicious users on the Web site.
cookies-consent Necessary Dr. ButtonHTTP1 YearUsed to store the user's choices regarding the use of cookies

 

3. What is the use of Cookies?

Cookies are used to simplify the use of Dr. Button, to monitor the preferences of visitors and to design the latter in the best way. Cookies improve the quality of our services and better understand the way in which visitors use Dr. Button. Cookies help to configure your teleconference and allow our server to properly provide you with the appropriate information, ads and services. Therefore, we can offer you content tailored to your needs and interests.

4. How long is your consent valid?

Consent is valid for a period of twelve (12) months, beyond this time, new consent is required. We will not retain the personal data collected by our cookies for more than twelve (12) months.

5. How can you manage Cookies?

Keep in mind that you can delete all cookies stored on your computer or any other mobile device, as well as configure most browsers to prevent them from being stored. If you do this, however, you may need to manually adjust some preferences each time you visit our website, and some of its features and functionality may not work.

You can revoke your options for using cookies by clicking here.

6. Where can you find more information about the protection of personal data collected by cookies?

Information on the protection of your personal data, but also on your rights can be found in the Privacy Policy here.

7. Where can you find more information about the general use of cookies?

More information on the general use of cookies, as well as the methods of excluding or restricting them, can be found at cookiepedia.co.uk/all-about-cookies and www.allaboutcookies.org/.

In case you wish to enable or disable the use of cookies from the browser settings, you can visit the following websites and be informed about the necessary actions you need to take.

8. Changes to the Cookies Policy.

This Cookies Policy is subject to change at any time. For this reason, we consider it appropriate to refer to this Policy regularly. This entered into force on 25/8/2020. In case of modification, the date on which it took place will be indicated. The Cookies Policy is always considered valid, as formulated by the most recent modification.