- What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your terminal (whether a computer, Smartphone or tablet) when you access a website and that allows the owner of that page to store or retrieve certain information about multiple variables, such as; the number of times the page has been visited by the user, identify the registered user, guarantee the user’s session while browsing the page, allow operations to be carried out safely and stablely, etc.
As indicated, cookies provide information about the browsing habits of users and consequently may affect the privacy of the same, for this reason, we want to offer you the necessary information about the type of cookies used on our website, so that you have full decision-making capacity in relation to the use of them and in relation to the protection of your privacy.
- Type of
cookies Below, we provide you with information about the type of cookies used in https://reart.es and the purpose thereof:
Session cookies: they are a type of cookies designed and used to collect and store data while the user accesses a website. As the name implies, these cookies are stored on your terminal until the end of the user’s browsing session.
Analytical cookies: they are a type of cookies designed and used for the monitoring and analysis of user behavior. This type of cookies offer the owner of the page the measurement of the activity on the website through aggregated or statistical information. In https://reart.es are used for this purpose, Google Analytics cookies that have different expiration periods depending on the information they provide.
Advertising Cookies: these are cookies designed and used for the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that, if applicable, have been included in the website, application or platform from which the requested service is provided based on criteria such as the edited content or the frequency in which the ads are displayed.
Behavioral advertising cookies: these are cookies designed and used for the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that, if applicable, have been included in the website, application or platform from which it provides the requested service. These cookies store information about user behavior obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows to develop a specific profile to show advertising based on it.
The information that is collected through the cookies of a website can be used both by the owner of the website or by a third party that provides a service to the owner. In this sense, the information of cookies used in https://reart.es is processed by this entity and by Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. headquartered in the United States at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043.
- Managing cookies
If the installation of all cookies on the website is prevented, some functionalities of the website, as well as some content may be affected.
4.1. How to view cookies
All browsers offer the user the possibility to search and view the cookies that a certain website installs, obtain information regarding the duration of them and the possibility to delete them, as indicated in the following section. Below are a series of informative links on this issue of the most used browsers:
4.2. How to delete cookies
To restrict or block cookies, you must modify the browser settings you use on your terminal, whether computer, smartphone or tablet. In general, browsers offer the following configuration options in relation to the installation of cookies:
• That the browser rejects all cookies and therefore, that no cookies are installed from any website on your terminal.
• Let the browser notify you before the installation of the cookie so that you decide whether or not to accept the installation of the cookie.
• That the browser only rejects third-party cookies from the websites it visits, but not those used by the website you browse.
• The private mode navigation option by which cookies are installed on the terminal, but are automatically deleted when the web page is finished browsing: