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A cookie is a small data file that contains a string of characters and is sent to your computer when you visit a website. When you revisit that website, the cookie allows the site to recognise your browser.
The time of permanence of a cookie on your computer or mobile device depends on whether it is a “persistent” or “session” cookie.
The two types of cookies are used at Pila Teleña S.L.
Session cookies will only remain on your device while you are browsing.
Persistent cookies remain on your computer or mobile device until they expire or are deleted.
We use the following types of cookies on our website.
Strictly necessary cookies: these cookies are essential for you to navigate through our website and use its functions. Without these cookies you can not offer certain.
Performance cookies: these cookies collect information about your use of our website. This data can be used to optimise our website and facilitate navigation.
Functional cookies: these cookies allow you to remember your options on our website and personalise your experience.
Third-party cookies: third-party cookies are enabled by entities or websites outside Pila Teleña S.L.. These cookies can be used on our website to improve our products or services or help us offer more relevant ads. These cookies are subject to the corresponding privacy policies of these external services, such as, for example, Facebook’s “data usage policy”.
Analytical cookies: we use analytical cookies, such as those offered by Google Analytics, to learn aspects such as how much time visitors stay on our website, the pages they find most useful and the way they reach our website.
How to control cookie settings.-
Most browsers allow you to control cookies through settings preferences. However, if you limit the ability of websites to set cookies, your general user experience may worsen.
Some browsers offer a “Do Not Track” (“DNT”) signal with which you can indicate your preferences for tracking, and tracking between sites.
In addition to cookies, sometimes we use small graphic images called “pixels” (also known as web beacons, transparent GIFs or pixel labels).
We use pixels in the email communications we send to help us know if our communication has been seen by email. We also use third-party pixels (such as Google, Facebook and other advertising networks) to help us offer advertising based on your interests.