What is a Cookie?
Cookies are files containing small amounts of information that are downloaded when you visit our website. Cookies are essential to the operation of the Internet; they cannot damage your computer/device and, if enabled in your browser settings, help us identify and resolve potential errors in the operation of our website.
The main purpose of cookies is to recognize the user each time he or she accesses the website and also allows us to improve the quality and usability of our websites. (by means of identifiers that do not allow it to be identified with any natural person)
Types of Cookies
There are different types of cookies. They all work the same way, but they have small differences:
- Session Cookies. Session cookies last only for the duration of the visit and are deleted when the user closes the browser. Its main purpose is to identify the type of device, support website security or its basic functionality. They do not contain personal information that can identify a person.
- Persistent or Permanent Cookies: They are stored on the hard disk of the device and the website reads them each time the user makes a new visit to the website; they have a specific expiry date, after which the cookie stops working. They allow the identification of user actions and preferences; analyse visits and help to understand how users arrive at the website and improve the services offered by it.
- Functionality Cookies: They allow to remember decisions made by the user, such as his login or identifier. The information in these cookies is anonymous (that is, it does not contain name, address, or other personal data).
- Third-party cookies. Third-party cookies are cookies installed by a website other than the one you are visiting; for example, those used by social networks (such as Facebook) or external content add-ons (such as Google).
- Analytical Cookies: These are cookies that are used for periodic maintenance and to guarantee the best operation and service to the user; collecting data on user activity such as connection timeout, session identifier, etc
|User identification||They are used to identify and authenticate the user. They also contain technical data of the session||Session||Own|
|Session identification||They identify the user’s http session. They are common in all web applications to identify requests from a user in a session.||Session||Own|
|State of navigation||They allow to identify in which navigation state the user is (login, first page, first access, status of a scroll, status of a vote, etc.)||Session||Own|
|User selections||They store user-selected session values such as store, language, currency, products, size, etc.||Session||Own|
|Latest selections||They allow to remember the sections visited by the user.||Session||Own|
|Cart||They store information about the shopping bag, as well as the user identification data associated with that cart.||Persistent||Own|
|Google Analytics||Google Analytics primarily uses its own cookies to collect information about user interactions on websites.||Persistent||Google Analytics|
|Advertising Functions||We use third-party advertising cookies to enable features, such as remarketing, that are used in products such as Google AdWords or the Google Display Network. You can set this cookie and disable this feature on the Google Ad Preferences page.||Persistent||Google Analytics|
|Advertising Functions||Identify your use of the website and the products and services that interest you. At the same time, it serves to collect certain personal information such as name, email address and a unique identifier associated with your device. This information is used to help you during the purchase process, including occasional contact messages (via email) or to personalize facebook advertising. Please see the Facebook Service Privacy Statement for more details about the data Facebook uses on our behalf.||Persistent|
This information table will be updated as soon as possible as the services offered on this website change. However, occasionally during this update, the information table may no longer include any cookies, tags or other similar devices, although these will always be devices for the same purposes as those listed in this table.
By accessing our website, you expressly agree that we may use such cookies on your devices. However, if you disable cookies, it will not affect your browsing on our websites.
User settings to avoid Cookies
In any case we inform you that, the cookies that are not necessary for the use of our website, can be blocked or disabled by activating the configuration of your browser, which allows you to reject the installation of all cookies or some of them. Most browsers allow you to be alerted to the presence of cookies or to reject them automatically. If you reject them you may continue to use our Website, although use of some of its services may be limited and therefore your experience on our website less satisfactory.
You can configure your browser(s) to maintain your privacy and security in relation to cookies. To do this, you can request information on links to official support sites from major browsers to block cookies through your browser’s configuration tools or to set your browser to alert you when a server wants to store a cookie.