Who was going to tell me that I'm going to tell you what cookies are and all that? So here I am. After doing a mini-master on these topics I'll explain it to you.
Cookies are small data files that are installed on the user's computer or mobile device and that allow the user himself to store or retrieve the information generated by his activity on the network, either through his computer or from a mobile device. In this way, the user experience with the website and the services it offers is improved and personalized. I mean, it's cool for you.
While accessing and browsing the web, CUBAQ 2018 SL can store or record the IP addresses, User preferences, or the type of device used and whose purpose is statistical in relation to the number of visits or traffic of the page, in addition to to offer a more personalized experience in your browsing, or remember your data to log in even on different devices. I mean, it's cool for you too.
This website may use the following cookies, either its own or from authorized third parties.
Types of Cookies:
- Own cookies: are those that are collected by the editor himself to provide the service requested by the user.
- Third-party cookies: are those that are collected and managed by a third party. These cannot be considered your own.
- Session cookies: collect data while the user browses the network in order to provide the requested service.
- Persistent cookies: they are stored in the terminal and the information obtained will be used by the person responsible for the cookie in order to provide the requested service.
If you wonder the purpose of cookies, I will answer you:
- Technical cookies: they are necessary for proper web browsing.
- Personalization cookies: they allow the user the characteristics (language) for browsing the website.
- Analysis cookies: allow the provider to analyze the user's browsing, in order to keep track of the use of the website, as well as to compile statistics on the most visited content, number of visitors, etc.
- Advertising cookies: they allow the editor to include advertising spaces on the web, depending on the content of the web itself.
- Behavioral advertising cookies: they allow the editor to include advertising spaces on the website according to the information obtained through the user's browsing habits.
Google Analytics: stores cookies to be able to compile statistics on the traffic and volume of visits to this website. By using this website you are consenting to the processing of information by Google. Therefore, the exercise of any right in this regard must be done by communicating directly with Google.
Google Analytics cookies are stored on servers located in the United States and you agree not to share them with third parties, except in cases where it is necessary for the operation of the system or when required by law to do so. According to Google, it does not save your IP address.
Google Inc. is a company adhering to "Privacy Shiels" (privacy shield) that guarantees that all transferred data will be treated with a level of protection in accordance with European regulations. You can consult detailed information in this regard through the following link:https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245.
If you want, you can use the Google Analytics opt-out add-on for browsers through whose instructions the analytical cookies of said service can be rejected in all browsers. You can consult more information about it in the following link:https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Now we tell you how you can configure your browser to accept or reject all cookies by default or to receive a warning on the screen of the receipt of each cookie and decide at that time whether or not to implement it on your hard drive.
- You are from Microsoft Internet Explorer: "Tools" menu option, selecting "Internet Options" and accessing "Privacy".
- You are from Firefox and you have a Mac: "Preferences" menu option, selecting "Privacy", accessing the "Show Cookies" section.
- You are from Firefox and you use Windows: "Tools" menu option, selecting "Options", accessing "Privacy" and then "Use a personalized configuration for the history".
- You're from Safari: "Preferences" menu option, selecting "Privacy".
- You are from Google Chrome: Tools menu option, selecting "Options" ("Preferences" on Mac), accessing "Advanced" and then the option "Content Settings in the Privacy section", and finally marking "Cookies" in the dialog "Content settings".
Notwithstanding the foregoing, keep in mind that disabling cookies may affect the proper functioning of certain sections of the website, and you may miss out on many very cool things.