What are cookies?
The cookies we use
Cookies can be classified according to the following categories:
In terms of origin, cookies may be their own or those of third parties, depending on whether the party responsible for sending and originating them is, respectively, Terrafoundation or a third party.
In terms of duration, the Cookies can only be maintained for the browsing session, in which case they are considered session cookies and are deleted when you close the browser. On the other hand, cookies can remain on your device for longer periods, in which case they will be considered permanent cookies.
Regarding their function, cookies can be:
- Strictly necessary, if they are placed to ensure the functioning of the Website, to provide functionalities required by the user or to save their preferences;
- Personalization, when they aim to store and apply preferences on the Website in a simplified and automatic way to improve your experience;
- Analytics, collecting statistical information about users’ use and engagement with the Site; or
- Advertising, allowing the selection of visible advertising based on the user's interests.
On the Website we use the following cookies:
Third-party cookies that transfer data to third countries
The use of some third-party cookies on the Site (i.e. personalization, analytical and/or advertising) may involve the transfer of your data to countries outside the European Economic Area (e.g., the United States of America), which may not be have an adequacy decision from the European Commission and, consequently, do not offer a level of protection for your data essentially equivalent to that of the European Union. For example, the use of Google Analytics cookies may involve the transfer of your personal data (i.e. a unique identifier for your device) to the entities that provide these services and are based in the United States of America. In these cases, Terrafoundation may not be able to configure the operation of these cookies and/or prevent said transfer.
If you wish to change your preferences, you can do so at any time here   . After adjusting your preferences, it may be necessary to refresh the page for the new settings to be implemented.
You can also change the settings for the use and installation of cookies through your browser (which may have an impact on the functioning of our Site, depending on the browser settings panel and the possibilities offered to the user there). Each browser follows different procedures, so you should check the respective settings:
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Apple Safari
You can also prevent the processing of your personal data using Google Analytics cookies, on any website, using the tool available here.
The Site provides buttons for sharing content through the user's social networks. When you use these sharing buttons, and if you have given prior consent, third-party cookies are installed. These cookies allow your data to be shared with social media providers where you are logged in with your user account.
If you do not want any social network to have access to your information collected through the Site, you must ensure that you are not logged into your user accounts or terminate your respective sessions. You may also refuse (or withdraw the consent given to) the installation of third-party cookies used to enable this content sharing, under the terms best described in this Policy.
Changes to this Policy
Terrafoundation may, at any time and without prior notice, change this Cookies Policy. The changes will be duly published on the Website and, whenever relevant changes are made regarding cookies, you will again see a pop-up notice so that, depending on the type of cookie in question, you can access the information and/or consent or not. In its use and storage.
In order to avoid practices that could be considered misleading or restrictive of users' free consent, the “Reject all” and “Accept all” buttons must be presented at the same level, with the same size, and with the same or similar colors ( trying to avoid, for example, suggestive colors such as green and red).