Tracking pixels are used in service-to-user communication


Service: Eltiempo.es
Status: APPROVED
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Author: Agnes de Lion Staff


Este Sitio utiliza web beacons (también denominados “píxel tags”). Un web beacon es una imagen gráfica transparente, normalmente no mayor de 1 x 1 pixel, que se sitúa en una página web o en un e-mail para monitorizar el comportamiento online del usuario que visita la página web.</p> <p>Estas imágenes emplean principalmente tecnologías de terceros, en el caso de este Sitio web el pixel tag es propiedad de The Procter and Gamble Company y se usará para monitorizar la actividad de los visitantes, conocer qué páginas del Sitio visita, cuándo y desde dónde (país/ciudad), etc.</p>
This quote doesn't clearly specify whether they use those pixels in their e-mails or only on the website, though.


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On 2021-05-12 22:01:10 UTC, pederdm000 Staff wrote:

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