This document provides general information about cookies and which we use in particular.
I.- GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES.
What are cookies
“Cookies” are small compressed files of text that enable us to store information related to user’s device while he/she is browsing our web site.
How to manage cookies
Please note that normally in these cases you will have limitations in the visualization of the web site and the user interface.
Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings.
To obtain more detailed information about the cookies installed on your computer and how to manage and delete them, enter the link corresponding to your web browser:
You also have additional information in the following link: All about Cookies.
Cookies help us to determine how often our web sites are accessed as well as the number of users. For example: we may use web analytics technique, to evaluate the number of visitors to the different pages and sections of our website, their interactions and duration of their visits, place of entry and exit, to try to improve our content and their ability to engage.
We use “personalization cookies” to allow simultaneous translation of website content into English.
We use what are called “session cookies”, which are stored exclusively during the time of your visit to one of our Internet pages.
Furthermore, we use “persistent cookies” to retain information about those users who repeatedly access one of our web pages.
The purpose of using cookies is to be able to offer you an optimal user interface as well as to recognize every time you access the web site in order to offer more diversified web pages (as much as possible) and new contents.
Generally, we do not create an individual profile of your online activities.
The content of a persistent cookie is limited to an identification number.
The name, email address, IP address, etc are not stored on most of our web pages.
There are some exceptions:
“Google Analytics” cookies.
These cookies use your IP address as identification mechanism, however, do not identify you as an individual. The cookies collect information about how visitors use our local web sites and use that information to compile reports and to help us to improve local sites.
You will get more information about “Google Analytics” in the Cookies Table below.
In the table below you will find detailed information about all the cookies used on the PROLÁCTEA web pages.
PROLÁCTEA now uses the “Share” buttons embedded in its websites. These make it easy for visitors to bookmark and share content through their favourite social networks. When you click on one of these buttons, a cookie may be downoaded by the service you have chosen so that the content may be shared. PROLÁCTEA does not control the use of these cookies and, therefore, we recommend that you consult the corresponding website of the third party for more information.
In any case, PROLÁCTEA will notify or announce the new content and the dates on which there would be a revision of these terms, for information of its users.