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What is a cookie?
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What information does a cookie store?
Cookies do not usually store sensitive information about you, such as credit card or bank account information, photographs or personal information, etc. The data they keep are of a technical nature, statistics, personal preferences, personalization of contents, etc. The web server will not associate you as a person but your web browser. In fact, if you usually browse with Chrome and try to browse the same web with Firefox, you’ll see that the website won’t realise you are the same person because it is actually associating the information to the browser, not the person.
What kind of cookies are there?
- Technical cookies: these are the most basic and allow us, among other things, to know if the entity that is browsing a page is a human or an automated application, when a user is anonymous or registered, and basic tasks for the operation of any dynamic web.
- Analytical cookies: these gather information on the type of navigation the user is doing, most used sections, checked products, time of use, language, etc.
- Advertising cookies: these show ads depending on your navigation habits, your country, language, etc.
What are first-party cookies and third-party cookies?
First-party cookies are those generated by the page you are visiting and third-party cookies are generated by external providers or services such as MailChimp, Mailrelay, Facebook, Twitter, Google Analytics, etc.
What cookies does this website use?
This website uses first-party and third-party cookies, which are detailed below.
- Personalization: these cookies help me remember what people or websites you have interacted with so that I can show you related content.
- Preferences: these cookies allow me to remember your settings and preferences, such as the preferred language and your privacy settings.
- Security: I use these cookies to avoid security risks.
This website uses analytic services, specifically, Google Analytics to analyse how users use the website and improve its usability, but in no case are they associated with data that could identify the user.
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Can cookies be deleted?
Yes, and not only deleted, but also blocked, generally or individually for a specific domain. To delete cookies from a website, you need to go to your browser settings and find the cookies associated to the respective domain to delete them.
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More information about cookies
You can obtain more information about cookies on the Internet (http://www.aboutcookies.org/ ). If you want to have more control over the installation of cookies, you can install programs or add-ons on your browser, known as Do Not Track tools, that let you to choose the cookies you want to allow.