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- Required to facilitate browsing and/or the application of security measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information.
- Essential for providing the service expressly requested by you.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded and stored on the user’s terminal (PC/smartphone/tablet/etc.) when accessing a website. There are different types of cookies and they may have very diverse purposes. For example, cookies can be used to remember the language selected, customise the website, remember your login details, remember items in orders, use security features, share content on social networks, remember the user’s browser type to improve efficiency, geolocation, analysis of hits and behaviour on the website, offer personalised advertising and track your movements on the website and develop usage profiles.
What types of cookies are there?
Generally speaking, there are two types of cookies: session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies are created temporarily so that, when you leave the site, the session cookie is automatically deleted. Permanent cookies remain stored on your device and are re-enabled when you visit the specific page that created them again. A permanent cookie remains in the sub-folder of the browser for the time that has been set as the period of duration of the file.
Cookies may also be our own or from third parties. Our own cookies are created by us and we have control over their use and deletion. Third party cookies are created by entities that provide services to us, such as analysing traffic on our website, viewing third party videos or connecting to social networks etc. We hereby inform you that we cannot control these cookies and the privacy policies of their creators. Below, there is a descriptive table showing the cookies used on our website. If you have any questions about these cookies, we recommend that you contact the manufacturer by following the links provided (without prejudice to your right to disable any cookies you deem appropriate).
Who can access cookies?
Only the entity or company that created them can access cookies.
What information may a cookie collect?
The information that a cookie can collect can be very diverse. By way of illustration but not limited to, cookies can collect:
- User IP.
- Website of origin.
- Term used in search engines to access the website.
- Web sites visited.
- Products selected.
- Content of registration or order forms.
- Session ID.
- Information about your browser and device, operating system, connection speed and display settings.
What cookies are used on this website?
This website uses the cookies detailed in the table below:
- Necessary cookies: these are essential for providing the services requested by the user. If these cookies are deactivated, you may not receive our content and services correctly.
- Analytical cookies: We use these cookies to improve the quality of our services by analysing user behaviour on our website. We use third party cookies to do this. If you disable these cookies you may continue to receive our services. However, it will limit our knowledge of our customers’ activity in order to improve our services.
Cookies used on our website:
|MenuOption||User browsing preference regarding the 1st menu option. It is used so that, by means of rules, the website server redirects to the home page preferred by the user when entering a generic URL.||Expires with the session||Necessary|
|PERM_COOK||User browsing preference regarding metadata.
All catalogue and autonomy search widgets use it to filter calls to data services.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
|COOKIE ID||To display an anonymous process assessment questionnaire||12 months||Optional|
How can I deactivate cookies?
Users can select operating cookies or opt to deactivate them as follows:
> Via the browser settings:
By means of the specific opt-out systems stated by the cookie owners.
Other third party tools, available online, that allow users to detect cookies on each website they visit and manage their deactivation.
Responsibility of third parties
Please note that we cannot be held responsible for the content, accuracy, and compliance of third party privacy policies. Consequently, if you choose to browse our website allowing third party cookies, you declare that you do so knowing this circumstance and exempt HJ GARAY CORPORACION INDUSTRIAL, S.A. (GARAY) – CIF A75190140 from any direct or indirect liability for damage, harm or interference to your privacy by third parties.