“Cookies” are small files that are stored on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or any other device with information about your browsing activity.
Our users’ “cookies” help us to improve the quality of our web, enabling us to monitor which pages are considered useful, which are not, and which could be improved.
Cookies are essential to the functioning of the internet, providing countless advantages in the delivery of interactive services, making our site more user-friendly and easier to navigate. Cookies cannot damage your device. On the contrary, if enabled, they help us to identify and fix errors.
What types of cookies do we useACCORDING TO THE MANAGING ENTITY
- Our own cookies These are cookies that are sent to your device from our own equipment or domains and which are used to provide the services requested.
- Third-party cookies These are cookies that are sent to your device from a device or domain that is not managed by us, but by a collaborating entity. This is the case of the cookies used by social networks or services such as Google Analytics.
- Session cookies These are temporary cookies that only exist in your browser’s cookies file until you leave the website, so that they do not store information on your equipment’s hard drive. The information retrieved from these cookies is used to analyse web traffic patterns. In the long term, this enables us to provide a better experience to improve contents and make them more user-friendly.
- Persistent cookies These cookies are stored in your hard drive and our website reads them each time you revisit it. Permanent websites have a specified expiry date, after which the cookie will cease to function. We mostly use these cookies to make purchase services and login easier.
- Technical and personalisation cookies These cookies are necessary for browsing and for the proper functioning of our website. They allow us, for example, to monitor data traffic and communication, to access restricted access parts or to share contents on social networks. They also allow you to access the service with certain predefined characteristics based on a series of criteria such as language, type of browser used to access the service, regional settings based on the location from which the service is being accessed, cache to improve web speed, etc.
- Analytical cookies These cookies allow us to count the number of users and thus perform the measurement and statistical analysis of how visitors make use of the services provided. In this case we use Google Analytics. More information
- Google – Analytics –Google Analytics cookies: they generate an anonymous user ID that is used to count the number of times the user accesses the site. It also registers the first and last time the user visited the web. Likewise, it calculates when a session has been closed, the user’s origin, and keywords. https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage NOTE: Updates of this list will be made as soon as possible according to the evolution of the website services on offer on the site. However, during this update, the list might not always already include a cookie, although it will always refer to cookies with identical purposes as those registered on the list.
How to set your browser to enable or disable cookies
You can accept, block or delete the cookies stored on your device by adjusting the settings of your Internet browser. If you use these settings to block the installation of cookies in your browser, it might not be possible to access certain services, leading to an unsatisfactory experience with our website. The following links provide all the necessary information to enable or disable your cookies in each browser:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Safari for iOS (iPhone, iPod and iPad)
- Chrome for Android
ELE USAL never stores its users’ personal data, except for IP addresses, as described earlier, unless you wish to voluntarily register to participate in the community and services we place at your disposal or to receive information on contents and facts that may interest you.