Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files which a website, when visited by a user, places on their computer or mobile device through the Internet browser. The placement of cookies allows the website to recognize a user ’ s device whenever the user revisits it. In this policy, we use the term cookie to refer to all files which gather information in this way, and the term site to refer to all of DILIGENTSHIELD, LDA’ s websites. DILIGENTSHIELD, LDA will be referred to in this text as Full House Partners.

Cookies, when used, don’t collect information which identifies the user. Cookies gather generic information, namely the way users arrive to and utilize the site, or the country and area from which users access the site, etc. Cookies merely retain information which is related to your preferences.

At any moment a user may, through their Internet browser, decide to be notified about cookies reception, as well as block the entrance of cookies into their system.

The refusal to use cookies in the site may result in the impossibility of accessing certain areas, or of receiving personalized information.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies are used to help determine the utility, interest, and number of uses in a site, allowing for a quicker and more efficient navigation, and eliminating the necessity to repeatedly introduce the same information.

What types of cookies do we use?

Our cookies serve different functions:

  1. Essential cookies – Certain cookies are essential to access specific areas of our site. They allow for site navigation and the usage of its applications, as well as the access to secure site areas through a login utility. Without these cookies, the respective services cannot be provided.
  2. Analytical cookies – We use these cookies to analyze the way in which users utilize the site and monitor its performance. This allows us to provide a high-quality experience, by personalizing our offers and rapidly identifying and correcting any problems which may surge. For example, we use performance cookies to know what the most popular pages are, what method of connection between pages is the most effective, or to determine a reason for why certain pages display error messages. Based on site usage, we can also use these coooies to highlight articles or site services which we believe are interesting to users. These cookies are used only for creative and statistical analysis effects, without ever gathering users’ personal information.
  3. Functionality cookies - We use functionality cookies to allow us to remember user preferences. For example, cookies avoid the typing of usernames every time a user accesses the site. We also use functionality cookies to provide advanced services to the user, such as the ability to write comments within an article. In summary, functionality cookies save user preferences relative to their site use, in a way that it’ s not necessary to reconfigure the site every time users visit.
  4. Third-party cookies - These cookies serve to measure applications’ success, and the efficacy of third-party promotion and advertisements.
  5. Marketing/publicity cookies – These cookies serve to direct advertisements and publicity towards each user’s individual interests, allowing for the limitation of the amount of times a user sees a given ad. They also help measure the efficacy of advertisements. Nonetheless, they don ’t identify the user with personal information.

By using Full House Partners’s site, and in conformity with the terms of this cookies policy, you will be shown a pop-up which allows you to accept (or not) the placement of the aforementioned cookies in your device.

The cookies we use may be:

  1. Permanent cookies – These cookies remain stored at the Internet browser ’ s level, within your access devices (computer, cellphone, tablet, etc…) and are used every time the user revisits the site. Generally, they are used to direct site navigation according to the users ’ interests, allowing us to provide a more personalized service.
  2. Session cookies – These cookies are temporary and remain in your Internet browser until you leave the site. The information we obtain from these allows us to identify problems and provide a better navigation experience.

How to block/deactivate cookies access and use?

The cookie use authorization granted by the user can be deactivated at any moment, partially or totally, despite putting certain site functionalities at cause

The way you can do this depends on the web browser you use, so we encourage you to consult the “Help” function of your browser. For example:

  1. If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the “Tools” menu option > privacy > configuration.
  2. If you use Mozilla Firefox, in the “Tools” menu option > options > privacy > cookies.
  3. If you use Google Chrome, in the “Options” section > advanced options > privacy

As shown, your web browser permits you to exercise some control over cookies through its respective configurations, being that most web browsers allow you to block cookies, block cookies from specific websites, or navigate in private mode.

To obtain more information about cookies and their respective use, we suggest that you consult the following link: All About Cookies -

Full House Partners reserves the right to modify, develop, or update the current cookies policy at any moment without previous warning.

We recommend that you read the cookies policy every time you access our sites and platforms to know what cookies we use and to what end.