What is a cookie?
A cookie is a tiny file which is downloaded onto your computer or other device (smartphone, tablet, etc.) when you visit a website. Among other actions, cookies enable content accessed to be tailored to the visitor and allow us to obtain statistics to improve our services and, additionally, to deliver advertising.
In general terms, various criteria may be used to classify cookies, based on who manages them (in-house or third parties), the period during which they remain active (session or persistent) and their purpose (technical, personalisation, analysis, etc.). In the latter case, consent may be required from the user, depending on their scope.
There is a general description below of the cookies that may be present in order to later understand which cookies are used on
These are cookies sent to your device from us.
These are cookies sent by other organisations, such as Google for Google Analytics cookies.
How long are they active?
Gather and store data during the user's session to provide a service, for example. Eliminated when the session finishes.
Data gathered from cookie usage are stored for a period of time ranging from minutes up to (potentially) years.
What is their purpose?
Not requiring user consent
These are necessary to browse the website visited, ensuring it works properly.
Personalisation / configuration
These cookies tailor or configure how the website is presented when the user visits, recognising their chosen language, font size, etc.
This type is used to prevent or block attempted hacks of the site and/or users.
They require user consent
These cookies measure user activity during website visits and compile browsing statistics aimed at improving the service, information, etc.
This type manages the amount and content of advertising displayed.
These cookies work to provide tailored advertising.
Which cookies are used by www.manuellarraga.com?
The following third-party cookies are used:
CMS cookies to ensure the website works at full capacity.
These are present to compile statistical information.
Managing and deactivating or eliminating cookies:
You may at any time exercise your right to deactivate or eliminate the analytical and advertising cookies mentioned previously that have been placed on your computer or device by changing the options in your browser configuration.
Depending on the browser used, cookies will be eliminated, deactivated or blocked in varying ways. Further information for the main browsers is available through the links provided below:
Queries and further information on cookies:
Further information on cookies is available in the Guide to Cookie Use from the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD), produced in association with various sectoral organisations and available here.