What are cookies?
Types of cookies
Strictly necessary or technical cookies are those that are considered essential for browsing the website. These cookies facilitate the use of the tools or features of the website to the user. They are an example of these tools to identify the session, access restricted access parts, remember the elements that make up the order, perform the entire purchase process, among others. By disabling these cookies, the aforementioned functions will be deactivated with them.
Behavior cookies are those that aim to collect information related to the uses made by the user of your browser: most visited pages, error messages, etc. The objective of the person in charge is to introduce improvements in the Web page based on the information collected by these cookies. Its use is exclusive for the proper functioning of the website and does not collect information that can identify the user personally. This information is completely anonymous.
Functionality cookies are used to remind the website of the decisions made by the user within the site. The purpose is to provide the user with the most personalized service possible. In this way, data related to the geographical location will be stored to show the website indicated for your region, the language, the browser type, among others. This information is anonymous and is only used for the operation of the Web page.
Personalization and advertising cookies are used by advertising operators with the permission of the person responsible for the website. These collect information about the user's preferences and choices during their browsing. They are focused on advertising networks, which use them to show the user customized ads on the web.
Third-party cookies allow you to manage and improve the services offered. For example, statistical services from Google Analytics or Nielsen Online SiteCensus.
Almost all computers automate the acceptance of cookies. However, the user can decide between keeping cookies enabled on his computer or not. If the cookies are disabled, the website may not work optimally and some features or services provided by it will be disabled. However, even when all cookies are disabled, the Web browser itself collects certain essential information for the basic operation of the Web page.
The user who wishes to disable cookies can do so from the preferences of his Internet browser. Depending on the browser used, certain steps must be followed to modify the configuration of the cookies on your computer. Below we show you the links with the instructions of each Web browser:
• Google Chrome
• Mozilla Firefox
• Internet Explorer
Some browsers offer the possibility to configure specific rules to manage cookies per website. This provides more precise control over privacy. It allows us to disable cookies from all sites except those that are trusted.