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COOKIES POLICY

Our company uses cookies with the aim of giving you a better browsing experience. Moreover, if you give your consent, we use cookies to obtain more information on your preferences and personalise our website in accordance with your individual interests, so that your browsing is smoother and personalised.

We want to inform you from our company about the cookies that we use on our website in a clear and precise way. If you want to obtain further information on the use and purpose to which we put the cookies implemented on our website, you can write an email to info@congalsa.com

If you are under 16 years old you cannot continue browsing this website, unless you have the express consent of your parents or guardians. Our service is not aimed at those under 16 years old, therefore we do not process data obtained from this group.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that is downloaded onto the user's computer, tablet or smart phone in order to store data and information that may be updated and recovered by the entity responsible for its installation.

The information gathered by means of cookies can include the date and time of visits to the website, the different tabs that you have viewed or the time that you have remained on it.

This information will be used by the owner of the website in order to improve its content, make the website more attractive and correctly position the content that most interests visitors.

Our company does not collect or process personal information arising or originating from the data as regards information that could reveal sexual orientation; political or religious beliefs; health information; or information considered sensitive (special data categories, in accordance with that defined by the General Data Protection Regulations of the European Union).

What type of cookies does this website use?

Depending on the entity that is managing them, the cookies may be:

  • Own cookies: These are sent to the computer of the party concerned from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself or from the one that provides the service requested by the user.
  • Third-party cookies: These are sent to the user's computer from a computer or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes the data obtained from these cookies.

The website uses both own and third-party cookies.

Depending on the time period that they remain active:

  • Session cookies: These types of cookies are designed for gathering and storing data while the user is accessing a website. They are usually used for storing information that it is only of interest to retain for the provision of the service requested by the user on a single occasion (e.g. a list of purchased products).
  • Persistent cookies: These types of cookies continue to store data on the computer and may be accessed or processed over a defined period by the entity responsible for the cookie, and it can range from a few minutes to several years.

The website uses both persistent and session cookies.

In compliance with law 34/2002, you must accept them and give your express consent. The cookies are necessary for the website to function correctly and we always respect your privacy, if you are not in agreement, you cannot browse our website. Our website will process the data that you provide us solely for the purpose of managing the service that you request at any time. You can always contact the company, whether through the email address that we have created to respond to your questions, or by telephone, where specialised personnel will attend to you personally.

Own cookies

These types of cookies are sent to your computer and are solely managed by us for the better functioning of the website. The information that we gather is used to improve the quality of our service and your experience as user.

These cookies are strictly necessary for providing a service or content requested by the registered user. These are used for technical reasons, such as: remembering registration identification; tool preferences in the use of content; interaction with the content; location of access to the content; analysis of the data with the aim of improving performance; analysis of users according to certain browsing parameters; preparation of user browsing profiles and statistics, with the aim of introducing improvements depending on the analysis of the data. These types of cookies may have a set duration: imminent expiry; expire at the end of the session or timed expiry. Below is an informative table relating to this class of cookie:

  • ASP Session .- Allows the user to view the page and interact with it.
  • User Enabled.- Collects anonymous information on user browsing on the website with the aim of generating statistical data.

Third-party cookies:

These are sent to your computer from a computer or domain that is not managed by us, but by another collaborating entity. The analytics cookies used by Google, or those used by the social networks that offer the user the opportunity to share or recommend content of our website on these networks.

These cookies are not strictly necessary for providing services, for example, third party advertising; results information; browsing habits; performance improvements. These types of cookies are characterised by obtaining information for the following purposes: managing advertising spaces; knowing browsing habits; analysing and measuring results. As those above, these types of cookies can have a variable expiry: imminent, daily or longer. An information table is shown on this class of cookie and information provided by third parties on them. These cookies can be subdivided into the following types or areas.

  • Performance cookies: They allow your browsing to be adapted according to the preferences associated with the device on your generated visits.
  • Geolocation cookies: Their main purpose is to adapt the content to the location of the connection device.
  • Registration cookies: Their purpose is to identify to the user on the register or in the started session, allowing the identification to be maintained after the session is closed. The session cookies are deleted on logging out.
  • Social media cookies: They collect the connection profile session information through the chosen social network, you can revoke it under the preferences established in your own profiles. These cookies are configured by the service providers of the social networks which have their own privacy policies for this purpose.
  • Analytics cookies: Through third-party suppliers and their survey and data collection tools, an analytics cookie is generated that allows the connection device to be identified with the aim of measuring connection time and content visited, the primary purpose of which is to measure performance and improve browsing.

The companies that generate these cookies have their own privacy policies, which set out their own statements and opt out systems.

Below are detailed the third party cookies used by this website as well as their characteristics and purposes:

Cookies

Domain

Purpose

Persistence

Type of cookie

IDE

Doubleclick.net

Analysis of publicity campaigns, views and clicks

1 year

 Third-party – Behavioural advertising

__UTMA, __utmb, __utmc, __utmt, __utmz

analytics.google.com

Basic information on browsing activity on the website

2 years

Third-party - Analysis

_gid

analytics.google.com

Identifies the user in a unique way to know their activity.

1 day

Third parties - Analysis

_s3_id.*

Sophus3.com

Analysis for control of advertising campaigns

13 months

Third parties – Behavioural advertising

_s3_ses.*

Sophus3.com

User browsing analysis

30 minutes

 

mt_misc, mt_mop

Mathtag.com

Personalisation of content to optimise the user's experience

1 month

Third parties - Advertising

uuid, uuidc

Mathtag.com

Optimisation of user personalised content

13 months

Third parties - Advertising

We use the Google Adwords remarketing tool. This tool allows the publication of adverts on the Google content network based on previous visits of users to our website. For this, some of the website pages include a code called \"remarketing tag\".These tags allow the cookies of a user's browser to be read and configured with the aim of determining the type of specific advert that will be displayed to the user, depending on the elements related to their visit to our website such as, for example, the chosen browsing circuit, the specific pages visited or the actions carried out on them. The remarketing lists thus created are saved on a database on the Google servers, where all the cookie IDs are saved associated with each list or category of interests. The information obtained will only allow a specific browser to be identified, Google is not able to identify the specific user just with this information.

How can I configure or disable the cookies that this website uses?

To restrict or block the cookies, you can change the configuration of the browser that you use on your computer. Generally speaking, browsers offer the following configuration options as regards the installation of cookies:

Chrome - Safari - Opera - Explorer - Firefox

As regards mobile devices, the following information is included with respect to the adjustments or documents on it:

  • For Android: Menu > More > Settings > Privacy settings.
  • For Blackberry: Home > Browser > Options > Privacy & Security: clear the Accept Cookies > Save
  • For Safari (IOS).
  • For Windows Phone.

If you prevent the installation of all the cookies from the website, some of its functionalities and some content may be affected.

Changes in cookie policy

We may update the cookie policy of our website. For this reason, we recommend you review this policy every time you access our website with the aim of being fully informed on how and for what reason we use the cookies.

The cookie policy of Congalsa was last updated on May 2018.