Welcome to the COOKIES POLICY of the Trazapack S.L. website, with NIF / CIF B67559732, where we will explain in clear and simple language all the necessary issues so that you can have control over them based on your personal decisions.
- WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHAT DO WE USE THEM FOR?
A biscuit is a small information file that is stored on your computer, smartphone or tablet every time you visit our website.
In principle, a cookie is harmless: it does not contain viruses, Trojans, worms, etc. that could damage your terminal, but it does have a certain impact on your right to the protection of your personal data, as it collects certain information concerning you (browsing habits, identity, preferences, etc.).
For this reason, in accordance with the applicable regulations (LSSI and current regulations on personal data protection), the activation of certain types of cookies will require your prior authorisation.
By means of a step as simple and quick as checking a box in our COOKIES CONFIGURATION section, you can give your authorisation for the activation of the cookies you wish: take control and enjoy personalised navigation on our page.
Before that, we will give you some additional information that will help you make better decisions about it:
- Cookies can be of various types depending on their purpose:
– Technical cookies are necessary for our website to function, they do not need your authorisation and they are the only ones we have activated by default.
– Other cookies may be used to improve our site, to personalize it based on your preferences, or to show you advertising tailored to your searches, tastes and personal interests. All of them are deactivated by default, and your previous authorization is required for their activation, which you can do by means of a step as simple and quick as checking a box in our COOKIES CONFIGURATION section.
- Some cookies are ours (we will call them our own cookies) and others belong to external companies that provide services for our website (we will call them third party cookies: an example could be cookies from external suppliers such as Google). In this sense, it is important for you to know that some of these external suppliers may be located outside Spain.
Worldwide, not all countries have the same level of data protection, with some countries being safer than others (for example, the European Union is a safe environment for your data). It is our policy to use reliable suppliers who, whether or not they are located in the European Union, have adopted appropriate guarantees for the protection of your personal information. However, in the section entitled WHAT KINDS OF COOKIES ARE CURRENTLY USED ON OUR WEBSITE? you can consult the various privacy and data protection policies of each of the aforementioned external suppliers, in order to make a conscious decision about whether or not to activate the cookies of third parties used by our website.
- Finally, please note that, depending on the length of time they remain active, cookies can be of two types:
– Session cookies: they expire automatically when you end your session on your computer, smartphone or tablet. They are often used to retain necessary information while you are being served on a single occasion.
– Persistent cookies: they remain stored on your computer, smartphone or tablet for a certain period, which can vary from a few minutes to several years.
- WHAT KIND OF COOKIES CAN WE USE ON OUR WEBSITE?
– Technical Cookies:
Technical cookies are strictly necessary for our website to function and for you to be able to browse it. These types of cookies are those that, for example, allow us to identify you, give you access to certain restricted parts of the site if necessary, or remember different options or services already selected by you, such as your privacy preferences. For this reason, they are activated by default and do not require your authorisation.
Through the configuration of your browser, you can block or warn of the presence of this type of cookie, although this blocking will affect the correct functioning of the various functions of our website.
– Analysis Cookies:
Analysis cookies allow us to study the navigation of users of our website in general (for example, which sections of the page are most visited, which services are most used and whether they function correctly, etc.).
From the statistical information on the navigation of our website, we can improve both the operation of the page itself and the various services it offers. Therefore, these cookies do not have an advertising purpose, but only serve to make our website work better, adapting to our users in general. By activating them you will contribute to this continuous improvement.
You can activate or deactivate these cookies by checking the corresponding box, they are deactivated by default.
– Functionality and Personalization Cookies:
Functionality cookies allow us to remember your preferences, to customise certain features and general options of our website, each time you access it (for example, the language in which the information is presented, the sections marked as favourites, your type of browser, etc.).
Therefore, these types of cookies do not have an advertising purpose, but rather, by activating them, you will improve the functionality of the website (for example, by adapting it to your type of browser) and the personalisation of the website based on your preferences (for example, by presenting the information in the language you have chosen on previous occasions), which will contribute to the ease, usability and comfort of our website during your navigation.
- WHAT KIND OF COOKIES ARE CURRENTLY USED ON OUR WEBSITE?
Below, we inform you about all the types of cookies currently used on our website and the purpose of each one
|Cookie type||Purpose||Responsible entity and link to its privacy and data protection policy||Time frame (session / persistent)|
|PHPSESSID||Technical cookies are necessary for our website to function,||Trazapack||At the end of the navigation session|
WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH COOKIES?
When you access our website for the first time, you will be shown a window in which we inform you that cookies can be of various types:
– Technical cookies are necessary for our website to function, they do not need your authorisation and they are the only ones we have activated by default. Therefore, they are the only cookies that will be active if you only press the ACCEPT button.
– The other cookies serve to improve our site, to customize it based on your preferences, or to show you advertising tailored to your searches, tastes and personal interests. We have all of them deactivated by default, but you can activate them in our section COOKIES CONFIGURATION: take control and enjoy a personalised navigation on our page, with a step as easy and fast as checking the boxes you want.
Please also note that, once you have activated any type of cookie, you have the possibility of deactivating it at any time by simply unchecking the corresponding box in the COOKIES CONFIGURATION section of our website. It will always be as easy for you to activate our own cookies as it is to deactivate them.
We would also like to remind you that you can use your browser settings to block or alert you to the presence of cookies, although this blocking may affect the correct functioning of the various functions of our website in the case of the necessary technical cookies.
Finally, please note that if you activate cookies from third parties (external companies that provide services for our website) and later wish to deactivate them, you can do so in two ways: by using the cookie deactivation tools in your browser or through the systems enabled by these external suppliers.
To make it easier for you, here are some links to the cookie deactivation guidelines for common browsers:
MANUAL COOKIES NAVIGATOR (external link)
Internet Explorer http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
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