Cookies are files that can be downloaded to your computer/device from websites you visit. They are instruments with a determinant role in the provision of certain information society services. For example, they allow a web page to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or your computer and, depending on the information obtained, may be used to recognise the user and enhance the service offered.
Below, we inform you about the different types of cookies:
- Depending on the entity responsible for the domain from which the cookies are sent and the data obtained are processed, we can differentiate between:
Own cookies: These are cookies sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the publisher itself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
Third-party cookies: These are cookies sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but rather by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.
- Depending on how long they remain activated in the terminal equipment we can differentiate between:
Session cookies: A type of cookie designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. They are usually used to store information that is only kept for the provision of the service requested by the user on a single occasion and expire when the user logs out or closes the browser.
Persistent cookies: These are a type of cookie in which the data are still cached in the terminal so they can be accessed and used in more than one session. They can be accessed and processed during a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years.
- Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained through cookies are processed, these may be:
Technical cookies: These allow the user to browse a web page or platform and to use the different options or services existing therein, such as, for example, controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session and accessing restricted areas.
Personalisation cookies: These are cookies that allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics predefined according to a series of criteria in the user’s terminal such as language, browser type.
Analysis cookies: These are cookies that allow the person responsible for them to monitor and analyse the behaviour of the users to which they are linked. The information collected through this type of cookie is used to measure the activity of the websites, webpage or platform and to create user browsing profiles.
Ad cookies: These are cookies that allow management of the advertising spaces in the efficient way.
Behavioural advertising cookies: These cookies store information about the user’s activity, obtained by continuously monitoring their browsing habits, which makes it possible to create user-specific profiles and display advertisements that match the user’s interests.
For further information on cookies you can consult the information that the Spanish Data Protection Agency offers: (https://www.aepd.es).
Cookies used on http://www.Carlett.com/
Below, we will review the cookies that are used on this website, their type and function:
Google Analytics: web access analysis service developed by Google, which allows the measurement and analysis of webpage browsing. In accordance with the previous types, these are own, session and analysis cookies. Information can be obtained regarding the number of users accessing the website, the number of page views, the frequency and repetition of visits, their duration, the browser used, the operator providing the service, the language, the terminal used, or the city to which your IP address is assigned.
This information allows a better service for the provision and navigability of the website.
How to change your cookie settings
If you consider it appropriate, you may modify, block or delete the cookies of this site or any other website you have visited using your browser.
Depending on the browser used, the access and modulation of cookie control may be different, but in any case it will offer this functionality.
1st layer cookie warning model.
- It should be maintained until the user takes the action required to obtain consent.