What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file installed on your computer, mobile phone or tablet through a browser. It contains numbers and letters that identify your browser and send information back and forth between the browser and the websites visited, which can only be read and understood by the website that created it. They cannot contain viruses or be executed, as they are not active files.
They can be used for different purposes such as, for instance, recognising you as a user, obtaining information about your browsing habits or customising the way the content is displayed.
The use of these technologies is described below.
General types of cookies
Depending on the cookies manager:
- Own: if we manage them.
- Third party: if managed by other parties and they give us aggregated, statistical information on our users’ browsing habits.
Depending on the purpose:
- Necessary or technical: enable browsing on our website based on the platform or application we use, providing functions for the website that otherwise wouldn’t let you browse, share or buy, and add security.
- Preferences or customisation: allow you to choose preferred language, the number of results per search, the service aspect or content depending on which browser you use or if it’s a mobile device or tablet, all to create a user profile and remember you on future visits, but only if you choose these characteristics.
- Statistics, analytics or measurement: enables creation of user profiles based on your preferences or browsing habits. This allows us to know which parts of the website our users are most interested in, which geographical areas they’re in, age ranges, gender, browser used, length of visit, etc. and with all this aggregated information presented statistically, we can improve our content to offer you better services.
- Marketing: based on the user profiles and their browsing habits, they extract aggregate information to offer customised advertising based on your preferences or interests so that, when you visit our website, the advertising spaces will show you information that we think may interest you related to your preferences.
- They also serve to help us manage our online ad campaigns and focus our resources on a target sector that we think may be more interested in our products or services.
Depending on the length of time they will remain active:
- Session: the cookies that remain active while you browse in each session and then disappear.
- Persistent: The ones that remain on your computer for a longer period to perform continuous tracking, whenever you browse our website again in the future.
Cookies exempt from complying with reporting obligations and mandatory consent
Those which only enable communication between the user team and the network or that are strictly used to provide a service expressly requested by the user (such as those including a virtual store, a media player or social media if a session is open).
“User input” Cookies
Session and user input cookies are normally used to track the user’s actions when completing online forms on several pages, or for shopping carts to track the items that the user has selected when pressing a button.
Authentication and user identification cookies (only for session)
User security cookies
For instance, the cookies used to detect erroneous, repeated attempts to connect to a website.
Media player session cookies
Load-balance session cookies
User interface personalisation cookies
Certain plug-in cookies for exchanging social content
The exception only applies for users who have decided to keep the session open.
What types of cookies do we use on our website www.juanacrespo.es?
Our website uses necessary cookies
We also use statistical cookies managed through third parties:
We use marketing cookies managed through third parties:
Necessary to enable visitors to share content on social media. Twitter, Facebook Connect, YouTube, LinkedIn, Instagram.
Additional information about how to accept, deny, revoke consent to or eliminate cookies
You can enable or block cookies and delete your browsing data (including cookies) from the browser you use. Check the options and instructions your browser offers for this. Consider that, if you accept third party cookies, you must delete them from the browser options.
In the browser you use on your computer:
In the browser you use on your mobile or tablet:
There is also an alternative to browsing in Private mode. This mode enables browsing through pages anonymously. We show you the links to activate incognito mode for the main browsers below:
We do not do international data transfers.
We do not use any type of cookie, tracker or similar that prepares profiles with legal effects for our users.
Information on storage periods
Each service establishes its own cookies storage periods and you can see this in the details we include in the upper part of this document.
About exercising your rights
You may exercise your rights before the data controller in the rights section we have included in the website privacy notices data subjects’ rights.
We are also informing you that a very easy way to manage cookies is by using an extension on your browser that is called “Ghostery” or “Baycloud Bounceer” and that allow you to select the cookies you accept and the ones you don’t. There are also blockers such as “Adblock”.
You can also enter your browser’s personalised configuration, delete the cookies history and when you log into our website again, not set any preference in the types of cookies we show you and click accept. This way, we will only upload the cookies necessary for the website to function.