1.1. MIREIA LOZANO GELABERT, with the aim of optimizing your visit to the portal, informs you that it uses its own and third party “cookies” through which the User’s data is obtained. If you continue browsing this Portal we understand that you accept the use of them.
1.2. The “cookies” are files that are downloaded to your computer when accessing certain web pages and allow you to identify yourself as a user during your online visit to the website and customize your experience in using our Portal.
2. TYPES OF “COOKIES”:
2.1. Depending on the entity that manages the equipment or domain from which the “cookies” are sent, they may be their own or from third parties. They are their own if they are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided. They are from third parties if they are sent from another computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher.
2.2. Depending on the length of time that activities remain on the terminal equipment, “cookies” can be session or persistent. Session sessions collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. The persistent collect and store data for a period that can range from a few minutes to several years.
2.3. Depending on the purpose, the “cookies” can be:
a) Techniques, which are those that allow the user to use the different options or services that exist on the web, such as controlling traffic, data communication, identifying the session, etc.
b) Personalization, which allows the user to access the service with some predefined general characteristics based on criteria established by the user, such as language.
c) Analysis, which allows the person responsible for them to monitor and analyze the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked.
d) Advertising, which allows the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that the editor has included in its website.
e) Behavioral advertising, which stores information on the behavior of users through the continuous observation of their browsing habits.
3. “COOKIES” USED BY THIS WEBSITE:
This website uses the following “cookies”:
3.1 First Party Cookies: this type of “cookies” are the sole domain of the “host”, who is the only one who can read the contents of the “cookie” once it has been set.
The “First Party Cookies” are only established and collect information through the website while it is being visited, so they can not normally be used to track the activity or pass data from one site to another.
However, the owner of the website can collect data through their cookies and use them to change the way in which the website appears to the user or the information that is displayed.
3.2 Third Party Cookies: “Third Party Cookies” are those in which the domain of the “host” is different from the one found in the browser bar when it was downloaded.
This type of “cookies” are placed on the website through scripts added to the web page. These “scripts” will also provide additional functionality to the site such as allowing content to be shared through social networks.
Advertising is the most common use of “Third Party Cookies” cookies. Advertisers can track a user (or their device) on many of the web pages they visit. This allows to create a “profile of behavior” of the user, which can be used to guide them with online ads based on their interests.
3.3 Session Cookies: “Session cookies” are only stored temporarily in the browser’s memory and are destroyed when they are closed.
If you have to start a session on a web page every time you visit a web page, then “session cookies” are used to store the login credentials.
3.4 Persistent Cookies: this type of “cookies” is stored in the computers even when you close it and start it again.
These cookies are created by giving them an expiration date. If that expiration date is reached, the computer will destroy it. If the expiration date is not set, then it automatically becomes a session cookie.
If you log in to a web page and then turn off the computer, turn it on again and return to the web page and open your continuous session, then use the “Persistent Cookie” to remember the information.
These are also used to control the behavior of visitors as they move around a site, and this data is used to try to understand what people do and what they do not like about the page so that it can be improved. This practice is known as Web Analytics.
3.5 When the User accesses the profiles of the company WELWEIT VIRTUAL, S.L. in the different social networks accepts the use of “cookies” by them.
The cookies used by the platform are listed in the following table:
|gdpr||Own||1 year||Collects configuration options for cookies and consent policies related to the RGPD||Technical|
|pll_language||Own||30 minutes||This cookie is typical of the tools with which the web has been developed, save the language chosen in the navigation.||Technical|
|pum-3298||Own||1 month||Used to remember that the user has seen the popup||Technical|
|pum-3302||Own||1 month||Used to remember that the user has seen the popup||Technical|
|_ga||Third party||2 years||It is used to distinguish users.||Analysis|
|_gid||Third party||24 hours||Analytics ID||Analysis|
|_gat||Third party||1 minute||It is used to limit the percentage of requests. If you have implemented Google Analytics using Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be called _dc_gtm_ <property-id>.||Analysis|
|SIDCC||Third party||3 months||Enable the registration function of the origin of the user. The registered data will be, among others, if the user arrives at our website through direct traffic, from another website, from an advertising campaign or from a search engine (indicating the keyword used and the source.||Analysis|
|boxzilla_boz_[ID]||Third party||1 month||Displays / hides newsletter popup on behalf of user preferences.||Technical|
4. MODIFICATION OF THE “COOKIES” SETTINGS:
4.1. You can allow, block or delete the “cookies” installed on your computer by configuring the browser’s own options installed on your computer. When you deactivate the “cookies” it is possible that you do not have certain applications on the web page and some of the pages of the site may not be indicated correctly.
4.2. For more information about Internet Explorer, click here.
4.3. For more information about FireFox click here.
4.4. For more information about Chrome, click here.
4.5. For more information about Safari click here.
5. GUIDE ON THE USE OF “COOKIES”:
5.1. You can obtain more information about the use of “cookies” in the guide prepared by the Spanish Agency for Data Protection by clicking here.