Cookies are small files that are downloaded to your computer when you access a website. Their function is to exchange information between the user's computer and the origin server, and among their purposes is the system operation (optimizing the connection and the content that is downloaded, avoiding the need for repetition of tasks or increasing the security of the connection) and the personalization of the appearance and functionality of the information that is sent to the user's equipment, observing their browsing habits.
The operating mode is as follows, the website provider places a tracking cookie on the user's terminal the first time they visit their website that displays an ad from their network. The cookie is a short alphanumeric text stored (and retrieved later) in the user terminal by the network provider. In behavioral advertising, the cookie will allow the ad network provider to recognize an old visitor returning to that website or visiting any other website associated with the ad network.
Cookies have different useful lives. Opinion 2/2010 issued by the Article 29 Working Party makes the following distinction:
Depending on who can exploit them, cookies may be reserved for the publisher of the website where they are installed or shared among members of a website network. Given their ability to survive after the closure of the browser, it is necessary to distinguish between permanent and session cookies, characteristics that correspond to the interest of the programmer.
Permanent cookies have a late expiration date or last until they are manually deleted.
Most Internet browsers offer the possibility of blocking third-party cookies, also called "session" cookies. Some browsers facilitate "private" search sessions that automatically destroy all cookies created when the browser window is closed.
Flash cookies cannot be deleted with a browser's traditional privacy settings. It has been pointed out that flash cookies have been used explicitly as a tool to restore traditional cookies that have been rejected or deleted by the user.
The evolution of so-called Cookies has considerably increased the ability to extract and use browsing information, leading to a regulatory change at the European level that seeks primarily to strengthen the role of user consent. These include Directive 2009/136/EC, which amended, inter alia, Directive 2002/58/EC establishing the regulatory framework for privacy in the electronic communications sector.
What kind of cookies does this site use?
- Techniques: They are cookies that allow the user to browse a web page, application platform and use different existing options or services, for example, to control traffic and data communication, identify the session, access restricted access parts, remember the elements that make up an order, execute the purchase process, make the request to register or participate in an event, use security elements during navigation, store content for the broadcast of videos or sound or share content through social networks.
- Personalization: They allow the user to access the service with some pre-defined general characteristics according to a series of criteria in the user's terminal, such as language, type of browser through which the service is accessed, regional configuration of where the service is accessed, etc.
- Analysis: These are those that, treated by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and thus perform the measurement and statistical analysis of user behavior. To do this, we analyse your navigation on our website to improve our offer of products and services.
The cookies we use are:
|dart||48 hours since it was first created or restarted||The cookies used by Facebook to activate the "Like" button belong to Facebook Inc.||Facebook ltd|
|__utma||2 years since it was first created or re-established.||It collects anonymous information about the user's navigation on the site in order to know the origin of visits and other similar statistical data, without identifying personal data at any time. More information can be found at Google Analytics Cookies page.||Google lnc|
|__utmb||30 minutes since it was first created or restarted.||It collects anonymous information about the user's navigation on the site in order to know the origin of visits and other similar statistical data, without identifying personal data at any time. More information can be found at Google Analytics Cookies page .||Google lnc|
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|__utmz||6 months since it was first created or re-established.||It collects anonymous information about the user's navigation on the site in order to know the origin of visits and other similar statistical data, without identifying personal data at any time. More information can be found at Google Analytics Cookies page..||Google lnc|
|__utmt||30 minutes since it was first created or restarted||It collects anonymous information about the user's navigation on the site in order to know the origin of visits and other similar statistical data, without identifying personal data at any time. More information can be found at Google Analytics Cookies page..||Google lnc|
- Identify web browsers and store data for advertising purposes, including interest-based advertising
- Store and generate reports from the data obtained, such as the number of times a particular ad was shown and the date it was last shown.
- Track visitor responses (clicks and conversions) to ads
- Facilitate server load balancing and other similar technical purposes.
|__atuvc||2 years since it was first created or re-established.||We have included a feature on some of our sites that allows visitors to share a page through Facebook, Twitter, email and other means. This feature is provided by an external company called AddThis, which uses a cookie to collect anonymous information when you visit these sites. Although we do not serve ads on our sites, AddThis may use non-personally identifiable information collected during your visits to those sites to allow other sites to serve ads for goods and services that may be of interest to you. If you do not want AddThis to collect this information, go to the Opt-Out data collection page on the AddThis site ( http://www.addthis.com/privacy/opt-out).||AddThis ltd|
From third parties:
The website www.haegerstore.com uses third-party services which, on behalf of HAEGER, will collect information for statistical purposes, to provide services related to our activity and to ensure the usability of the website.
In particular, this website uses:
- Google Analytics: Collect navigation information, visit origin and other similar data at an analytical level, processed and stored by Google in accordance with the terms set out in the google.com portal
- Facebook Pixel: Collect navigation information and behavior of users who have come to our website through Facebook.
You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your equipment by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer. In the following links, you have at your disposal all the information to configure or disable cookies in each browser:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Safari for IOS (iPhone and iPad)
- Chrome for Android
Law 46/2012 of 29 August, which transposes Directive 2009/136/EC, in the part that amends Directive 2002/58/EC, of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 12 July, concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector, proceeding with the first amendment to Law 41/2004, of 18 August, and the second amendment to Decree-Law 7/2004, of 7 January;
Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (RGPD - General Regulation on Data Protection).
Law 34/2002, of July 11, on information society services and electronic commerce (LSSI) after its revision by Law 9/2014, of May 9, Telecommunications;
Directive 95/46/EC, art. 29, Working Party on the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Processing of Personal Data (GT29), created as a data protection authority of all Member States.
Technical description of cookies in its Opinion 2/2010 of the Article 29 Working Party on online behavioural advertising (WP171).