This cookies policy is subject to regular updates. Its aim is to help understand the use made of cookies and the purpose of these, as well as the options available to manage them.
The users can change their preferences on the acceptance of cookies in the settings of their browser.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on the user’s browser. Cookies make it easier to use and navigate through a website and are essential to the operation of the Internet.
Cookies are used, for instance, to manage the user’s session (reducing the number of times the credentials need to be entered), to adapt the contents of the website to the user’s preferences or to improve the services offered.
Cookies can be session cookies, which are removed once the user leaves the website, or persistent, which remain in the user’s computer until a certain date.
Cookies can also be first-party, managed by the domain to which the user accesses and requests a particular service, or third-party, send to the user’s computer from a different domain to that accessed.
Darrera uses third-party cookies (Google Analytics) to obtain information about the user’s activity when visiting this website. The information collected is anonymous and can optimize the navigation through the website and ensure the best service to the user.
This website has social network buttons that allow users to share content of interest with their social circles. Cookies used by social networks prevent users from having to enter their credentials each time they share such content. These buttons do not have access to the data entered by the user when sharing content on a social network.
This website also offers the user contents and services provided by third parties, such as videos hosted on YouTube or map applications. The cookies used by these providers are necessary for the user to access the service and are ruled by the terms of their respective cookies policy.
Options on cookies
- Private navigation, through which the user’s browser stops saving the browsing history, the user’s credentials, cookies and other information from the websites visited.
- Do not track function, through which the user’s browser asks the visited websites to not track browsing habits in order to, for instance, show information of interest.
Darrera recommends the users to read the help section of their browser to obtain more information on the different options they have to manage cookies.