Uso de Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of text sent to the browser by the website you visit. With it, the website remembers information about the visit, which facilitates your next access and makes the website more useful for you.

For example, we use cookies to remember your preferred language, show you ads that are most relevant to you, count how many visitors we receive on a page, help you sign up for our services, protect your data and remember your Ad Settings.

This page describes the types of cookies used by Google. It also explains how Google and our partners use cookies in advertising. See the Privacy Policy to find out how we protect your privacy when using cookies and other information.

The cookies listed below may be stored on your browser. You can manage how they are used by opting out of the use of specific cookies at any time in Google's personalization settings at You can also manage cookies in your browser, although mobile browsers may not offer this option. For example, if you use Google Chrome as your browser, go to chrome://settings/cookies.

Cookies used for functionality allow users to interact with a service or website to access features considered essential. These features include language preferences, product optimizations to maintain and improve a service, and the maintenance of user session-related information, such as the contents of a shopping cart.

Some cookies are used to maintain user preferences. For example, most people who use Google Services have a cookie called "NID" on their browsers. It contains a unique ID used to remember your preferences and other information such as your preferred language, how many search results you want displayed per page (eg 10 or 20) and whether you want Google's SafeSearch filter to be turned on . Each "NID" cookie is valid for six months after a user's last use. A cookie called "VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE" serves a similar purpose on YouTube. It is also used to detect and resolve issues with the service.

YouTube uses the "PREF" cookie to store information such as user page settings and usage preferences, such as autoplay, random order and player size. For YouTube Music, these preferences include volume, repeat mode, and autoplay. This cookie is valid for eight months after the user's last use.

Some cookies are used to maintain and improve the user experience during a particular browsing session. For example, YouTube uses "YSC" to remember user entries and correctly associate user actions. This cookie will be used while the user's browser is open. The "pm_sess" cookie also helps maintain a user's browsing session and lasts 30 minutes.

Some cookies improve the performance of Google Services. For example, "CGIC" automatically populates search queries based on initial user input to improve results display. This cookie is valid for six months.

Cookies used for security purposes prevent fraud, authenticate users and protect them when they interact with a service.

Some cookies are used to authenticate users, helping to ensure that only the owner of an account can access it. For example, cookies named "SID" and "HSID" contain encrypted and digitally signed data from a user's Google Account ID, plus their most recent login time. The combination of these cookies allows us to prevent various types of attacks, such as attempts to steal the content of forms submitted to Google Services.

Some cookies are used to prevent spam, fraud or abuse. For example, "pm_sess" and "YSC" cookies ensure that requests made in a browsing session are actually from the user and not from other websites. These two cookies prevent malicious websites from acting without the user's knowledge and impersonating them.

Cookies used for analytics collect data that helps services understand how users interact with a particular service. With this information, you can adjust the content and features of the services and provide a better user experience.

Some cookies help websites understand user engagement. For example, Google Analytics, a product that helps website and app owners understand how people interact with a service, uses a set of cookies to collect information and report website usage statistics without identifying visitors to Google . "_ga" is the main cookie used by Google Analytics. It allows a service to differentiate one user from another and has valid

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