Cookies Policy

The web pages, online services, interactive applications, emails and advertisements of T-Systems may use cookies and other technologies such as "pixel tags". These technologies help us to better understand the behavior of users, tell us what parts of our web pages have visited and facilitate and measure the effectiveness of advertising and Internet searches. We will treat the data collected through cookies and other technologies as non-personal data. However, to the extent that local legislation considers IP addresses and other similar identifiers as personal data, we will also treat these identifiers as personal data. Likewise, when we combine non-personal data with personal data, we will treat the combined data as personal data for the purposes of this Privacy Policy.

T-Systems and its agencies use cookies and other technologies in advertising services to keep track of the number of times a particular advertisement is viewed, as well as to present advertisements related to interests and measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. If you do not want to receive ads with this level of relevance, you can auto exclude yourself by going to EMAIL. In that case, you will still receive the same number of ads, although they may be less relevant because they are not based on your interests. You may continue to see ads related to the content of a web page or an application, or ads based on other non-personal data. The self-exclusion applies only to the advertising services of T-Systems and does not affect the interest-based advertising of other advertiser networks.

T-Systems and its agencies also use cookies and other technologies to remember personal data when you use our website, our online services and our applications. Our goal in these cases is to provide a more comfortable and personal user experience. For example, knowing that someone has navigated the section of a model or has used a particular service, helps us adapt our advertising and our communications by email to their interests.

If you want to disable cookies in the browser, please consult with your browser provider how to do it. Please note that some features of the T-Systems website will no longer be available if you deactivate cookies.

As with most Internet services, certain data is automatically collected and stored in log files. This data includes IP addresses, browser type and language, Internet provider (ISP), web pages and reference and exit applications, operating system, date / time stamp and click tracking data.

We use this data to know and analyze trends, manage the website, obtain information about the behavior of users on the website, improve our products and services, as well as to collect demographic information about our users in general. T-Systems may use said data in its marketing and advertising services.

In some of our emails we use a "click-through URL" linked to the content of the T-Systems website. When customers click on any of these URLs, they go through a separate web server before they reach the landing page within our website. We track clicks on these URLs to determine interests on specific topics and assess the effectiveness of our customer communications. If you prefer that we do not follow up, do not click on the textual or graphic links included in the emails. The "pixel tags" allow us to send emails in a readable format for customers and to know if the message has been opened. We can use this data to reduce or eliminate messages sent to customers.

Cookie Description
Analysis cookies This anonymous information tells us how you visit our website and includes information about what interests you. We use this information to optimize our website to better cover your needs.
Advertising cookies We want to be able to measure the effectiveness of our online campaigns. For this, we need to know if you are visiting our website by clicking on one of our online campaigns. These cookies collect anonymous information.
Social cookies Social cookies are necessary for external social networks (Facebook, Google, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.). Its function is to control the interaction with social widgets within the page.