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Classgap Cookie Policy

You can contact us for any questions; but first take a look at our cookies policy, it is very likely that you will find the information you are looking for:


Introduction to Cookies

User trust is important to us, and we at Classgap are therefore concerned about protecting your privacy. An important aspect of this is to provide you with as much information as possible about how we use your personal data, including how we use local data storage and similar technology.


What do we mean by local data storage, cookies and similar technology?

Local data storage involves storing different types of data locally on your device through your web browser. Locally stored data may, for example, contain user settings, information about how you browse our websites, which web browser you use, which advertisements have been displayed, and similar behavior on websites with which we collaborate. Locally stored data can be used to customize the content and features on our services so that your visits are more convenient and meaningful.

One method of local data storage is cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device (PC, cell phone or tablet) that allow us to recognize your web browser. Cookies contain information primarily about your web browser and any activity that has occurred in it.

In addition to local data storage, we may use other similar technology, such as web beacons (or web beacons)/pixel tags (or pixel tags). This technology recognizes cookies and identifiers, and allows third parties to set cookies on your device. Web beacons can be used to determine which advertisements should be displayed in your web browser.

In this document, the term "local data storage" is used as a collective term for cookies, web beacons and other similar technology.


Why does Classgap use local data storage on its websites and apps?

We use local data storage for a number of purposes, such as: to enable us to perform our services; to bring you relevant, personalized content when you visit our websites; to measure and analyze traffic on our websites; to improve our services; and to target targeted advertising. Further details on these topics are set out below.


Who else uses local data storage in Classgap?

We use local data storage ourselves, and we allow our suppliers to use it when they provide services to us. These suppliers are subject to data processor agreements, and are not permitted to use the data for purposes other than providing the service we have requested.

In addition to our own use, we also offer third parties the opportunity to use data storage on your device when you visit our services. We have devised strict guidelines on how third parties may collect and use data relating to our visitors. The guidelines state that data may only be used for clearly defined purposes.

Application areas for local data storage:

  1. To deliver and adapt the services to your use.

  2. Local storage of data is required and necessary in order to allow you to use our services, such as information about your settings, which tells us how the services should be presented in your web browser.

  3. We also use local data storage to adapt our services to your use as best as possible. For example, to store settings to store information about the best video quality available for your web browser and Internet speed, or to enable the use of special functions, such as the option to store classified ads or to retain previous searches and saved listings.

  4. To analyze and improve our services

  5. We use various measurement tools that provide us with statistics and analyses relating to our services. These tools allow us to recognize the web browser over time and to find out whether the user has visited the website before and if so how often. These tools offer us the possibility to get an overview of how many unique users we have and how they use our services.

  6. We also use the information we have collected and analyzed to develop and improve our services and cooperative services on Tus Media; for example, by finding out which services generate a lot of traffic or seeing if a service is performing optimally.

  7. Our advertising

  8. We use local data storage in connection with Classgap's advertising activities. This allows us to know whether and how often the user has seen an advertisement or a certain type of advertisement, and how long ago the user saw it. We also use local data storage to build segments and target groups for marketing purposes and to target specific advertisements. You can read more here about how segments and target groups are created in connection with advertising:

  9. The following link includes didactic videos in the form of video tutorials explaining, step by step, how to configure the privacy options of the most common browsers, social networks and mobile operating systems:


  11. We also use local storage of data on other websites in connection with Classgap advertising when the user has visited other websites on which we advertise, as well as local storage of data set up by other actors. This provides us with information about, for example, which website the user visited before visiting our portals and allows us to target our advertising based on this information. For example, we may display travel advertisements if the user recently visited an airline's website. The information we obtain through local data storage does not contain directly identifiable data. We receive information about which pages were visited, but not about who the user is.

  12. Third-party advertising

  13. As on other commercial websites, on Classgap services the user will also find advertisements provided by other players. Most of the actors use local data storage. Local data storage is used to find cookies or anonymous identifiers on your device to find out which ads should be shown or which ads have been shown in your web browser. Local data storage is also used to measure the effect of ads by measuring how many users clicked on a specific ad and how many actually completed a purchase. We do not allow this data to be linked directly to the user you. Classgap has the ability to read data from third party cookies such as these.

  14. These companies may use local data storage to target specific advertisements on other websites based on your visit to Classgap. You can learn more about this type of advertising here:


How can I manage locally stored data?

You can adjust the settings in your web browser or use special programs that have been developed to manage cookies.

The settings in your web browser normally display a list of all cookies that have been stored to provide you with an overview and, if you wish, to delete unwanted cookies. Normally, you can indicate that you accept the storage of cookies from the websites you visit or from third parties affiliated with those websites. You can also choose to be notified each time a new cookie is stored. Guidance on how to do this in different web browsers is provided below. Your web browser normally stores cookies in a specific folder on your hard drive so that it can also examine the content in more detail.

Classgap has also prepared a list of the main forms of local data storage present on our website and more details about their purposes. The list is available below under 'Overview of the technology we use'.

However, the cookies that are present on the website change frequently, and not all cookies are equally important. Therefore, Classgap will regularly update the list of which cookies are available.

Also, services are available that have been specially developed to provide users with an updated list of cookies and other tracking mechanisms. See an example here:

Please note that disabling Classgap cookies may prevent our websites from functioning properly. For example, you may have to log in each time you visit us.

Below is an overview of how locally stored data can be managed in different web browsers. Please note that this process may change and the descriptions given here may not be up to date.

a. Cookie management in Google Chrome

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.

  2. Click Show advanced settings.

  3. Click on Delete browsing data.

  4. Select the time period for which you want to delete the information from the menu at the top. If you want to delete all cookies in the browser, click From time source.

  5. Check Cookies and other data from sites and plug-ins

  6. Click Clear browsing data.

  7. Close the window.


How to prevent cookies from being stored in your web browser:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.

  2. Click Show advanced settings and then click Content settings.

  3. Under Cookies, select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Do not allow data to be saved from sites.

  4. Click Done.

  5. Close the Window.

b. Cookie management in Safari

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Preferences in your browser menu.

  2. Go to Privacy

  3. Click Delete all website data and then click Delete to delete all cookies.

  4. Close the Window

Cómo evitar que las cookies se almacenen en el navegador web:

  1. Go to Preferences in your browser menu.

  2. Go to Privacy

  3. Under Cookies and website data select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Always block.

  4. Close the Window


How can I control what information is sent to advertisers?

If you want to control what information is sent to advertisers, you can download an opt-out cookie from different advertisers or use alternative solutions. Note that you must follow the same process for each device you use, and for each web browser on your devices.


Contact information

If you have any questions regarding the use of Classgap local storage please contact us.


Overview of the technology used by Classgap

To deliver and customize our services


Name of the technology




Cookie that saves the user's session



Cookie automatically generated by the first time you access the page.



Cookie to remember user's data



Cookie to remember user's data



Cookie to remember user's data



Cookie we use to know if the user has seen our cookies policy.


Cookie automatically generated to configure the application.


Cookie automatically generated to configure the application.


  Cookie generated to know if you are using a computer or a mobile device and thus adapt the content we show you.



Name of the technology


More information



Web analytics service to track and report website traffic.



Web analytics service to track and report website traffic.



Web analytics service to track and report website traffic.

Third-Party Advertising


Nombre de tecnología


Más información


Google Ads

Service to display ads on Google and its ad network.





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