What are cookies?
Cookies are small files which are stored on a user’s computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website and can be accessed either by the web server or the client computer. This allows the server to deliver a page tailored to a particular user, or the page itself can contain some script which is aware of the data in the cookie and so is able to carry information from one visit to the website (or related site) to the next.
Cookies can also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor can use a website. For example, via which webpage a user has arrived or if an advertising banner was used.
How do we use the various types of cookies?
Technical cookies are necessary for the website to operate correctly and to use the various options and services it offers.
For example, those that maintain the sessions, performance or validation of options, management of response times, the use of security elements, etc.
These cookies enable the user to personalize different characteristics of the general options of the website: defining the regional configuration, the language, or kind of browser.
|Analytical cookies are used by our website to generate browsing profiles and discover user preferences to improve the offering of service and products. For example, their favourite products, an analytical cookie controls the geographic areas the user is most interested in etc.|
Advertisement cookies are used to manage advertising spaces based on specific criteria. For example: edited content, visiting frequency, etc.
Advertising cookies are used to store data on behaviour by studying visits, observing habits, and generating a profile of user preferences to offer them advertising in keeping with the interests.
|Session cookies are those that exist the time the user is browsing the webpage and are deleted at the end.|
What about if I don’t want these cookies or do nothing about them?
To comply with the law, we must ask for your permission to manage the cookies. Should you decide not to authorise the processing by expressing your disagreement, we will only use the technical cookies, as they are essential for browsing our website. In this case, we will not store any cookies. If you continue to browse our website without withholding your authorisation, this implies acceptance of their use.
Please bear in mind that if you reject or delete the browsing cookies on Tradupla, S.L.U.’s website we cannot store your preferences, we cannot offer you personalised services, some characteristics of the pages will not be operational and every time you browse our website we will have to ask you again for your authorisation to use those cookies.
If you still decide to modify the configuration of your access to the website, you should know that you can remove the cookies or prevent this information being recorded on your system at any time by modifying the configuration parameters of your browser:
You can directly access your browser options which are usually to be found in the Options menu, in the “privacy” section.
If you agree to the cookies policy of the company Tradupla, S.L.U., click on “I agree” or “aceptar” in Spanish.
Is the information collected by the cookies used on websites other than that of the company TRADUPLA, S.L.U.?
The cookies used are for the exclusive use of the company TRADUPLA and under no circumstance are they commercialised.
So what does the information above mean?
If you agree to our cookies, we can improve the website of TRADUPLA, S.L.U. to provide you optimal access and a more personalised, efficient service.
And you can setup your browser to establish that only trusted websites or the pages being browsed at the time can manage cookies, enabling you to select your preferences.
This policy is regularly reviewed to ensure it is up to date and is therefore subject to variations.
Can I get more information?
For further information about the use of our cookies which are not answered in this policy, please, contact us.
You can also find the directive on http://cookiepedia.co.uk/uk-cookie-law