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What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are received at the terminal of the visited website and are used to record certain interactions of web browsing to store data that can be retrieved and updated. These files are stored on the user's computer and contain anonymous data that are not harmful to your computer. They are used to remember user preferences, such as the selected language, data access, or customization of the page.
Cookies may also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses a website. For example, the web browser that you used to access the page, or whether you arrived at the page through an advertising banner.
What are the uses of the different types of cookies?
Types of Cookies by Purpose:
Technical Cookies are essential and strictly necessary for the proper operation of a web portal and the use of the different options and services offered.
For example, they serve to maintain the session: manage response time, improve or validate options, utilize security elements, share content with social networks, etc.
These cookies allow the specific user to customize different characteristics of the website. For example, choosing a language, regional configuration, or type of web browser.
Our web portals use analytical cookies to create browsing profiles and to know the preferences of the users in order to improve our product and service offerings.
For example, using analytical cookies, we are able to monitor geographical areas of interest, most popular products, etc.
Advertising cookies enable the management of advertising spaces based on specific criteria. For example, frequency of access, edited content, etc.
Advertising cookies allow the collection and storage of behavioral information through observing habits, collecting access information, and forming a profile of user preferences, in order to provide advertising related to the interests of each user's profile.
Types of Cookies by Duration:
Session cookies are those that last for the time that the user is browsing the webpage, and that are erased at the end of the user's session.
These cookies are stored in the user terminal, for a longer time, thus facilitating the maintenance of chosen control preferences without having to repeat certain settings each time that you visit the website.
What if I do not want to have these cookies?
If you decide to modify the configuration of your access to the webpage, you should know that you can delete cookies or prevent this information from being recorded on your computer at any time by changing the settings of your browser:
These browsers are undergoing upgrades or modification, so we cannot guarantee that these settings fully comply with your browser's version. You might also use a different browser not covered by these links such as Konqueror, Arora, Flock, etc. You can access your browser's cookie settings directly from your browser; you can usually find them in the Options menu in the section "Privacy". (Please check your browser's "help" section for more information.)
Is the data used by other websites besides Tecnología del Libro?
Some of our cookies are used to generate advertising on third-party networks or to analyze the use of external tools that we utilize at Tecnología del Libro. The cookies we use are for the exclusive of Tecnología del Libro and in no case would they be sold.
At Tecnología del Libro, we work with providers that help us to manage and customize our websites:
Google Analytics: type of analytical cookies with persistent state.
So, what does the above information mean?
Additionally, you can set your browser so that only trusted websites or pages that you are currently using can employ cookies, allowing you to select your preferences.
This policy is revised periodically to ensure its effectiveness, so it can be modified. We recommend you visit the page regularly, where we will regularly inform you of all updates thereto.
Where can I get more information?
If you need more information about the cookies policy, please consult The Official State Bulletin published March 31st, 2012 (for Spain), where all policies regarding electronic communications are published. You can also consult the policy on Information Commissioner Office.