What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of text that a website stores on your computer, phone or any other kind of device, with information about your browsing on that site. Cookies are necessary for browsing easy and more pleasantly, and do not harm your computer. Although the general term “cookie” is used in this policy because it is this website’s main method of storing information, the “local storage” space of the browser is also used for the same purposes as cookies. Therefore all the information included in this section is also applicable to “local storage”.
Cookies play an essential role in how our website works. The main aim of our cookies is to improve your browsing experience. For example to remember your preferences (language, nationality, etc.) during your session and for future visits. The information stored in cookies also allows us to improve the website by estimating usage numbers and patterns, adapting the website to individual user interests, search speed, etc.
Who uses the information stored in cookies?
The information stored in our website’s cookies is used exclusively by us, with the exception of Google Analytics data, which is used and managed by Google for statistical purposes and the payment operation analysis cookie, which is only used when purchases are made. It is analysed by an external company with the aim of offering guarantees about the payment operations carried out.
What specific cookies does this website use and for what purpose?
The following diagram outlines the cookies this website uses, along with the purpose of each one.
These cookies collect generic information about user sessions on the AVIZOR INTERNACIONAL, S.L. website (not the content of it) to provide us with aggregate information for statistical purposes.
|Type of cookies
|Session, registration, shopping cart data, data for distinguishing free and paid services. They are used to identify a temporary user session or a browsing session, measuring things such as the frequency.
|These cookies allow us to analyse and measure the properties and functions of this website and subsequently measure them to see where we need to improve. The cookies installed are third-party cookies. For example, Google Analytics is the analytics tool that helps websites understand how users interact with their content. You can use a set of cookies to collect information and report usage statistics on websites without personally identifying Google visitors.
|These cookies are for advertising purposes. They store user browsing information, collected through browsing sessions, and display ads that directly relate to your interests or previous searches. These cookies are often from programmatic purchasing platforms, adexchanges, DSP, SSP, DMP and other buying/selling technologies for automated advertising.
|Doubleclick (Google, Inc.) DoubleClick Ad Exchange-Buyer Google Dynamic Remarketing (Adwords)
As a complementary guarantee to those previously described, the storage of cookies is subject to your consent during installation or updates of your browser. This consent can be withdrawn at any time through the content and privacy settings on your browser.
Many browsers have a private browsing mode, which automatically deletes your cookies after every session. Depending on which browser you use, the name may vary. Below is a list of the most common browsers and the names for their private browsing mode.
- Internet Explorer 8 and above; InPrivate
- Opera 10.5 and above; Private Window
- Google Chrome 10 and above; Incognit
- Safari 2 and above; Private Browsing
- Firefox 3.5 and above; Private Browsing
Important: Please read the help section in your browser to find out more on how to use the private browsing feature. You can still visit our websites even if your browser is in private browsing mode. However, browsing will not be optimal and some features may not work correctly.
How to deactivate cookies in the most common browsers
Normally, it is possible to stop accepting cookies on a browser, or stop accepting cookies for one service in particular.
All modern browsers have the option to change your cookie configuration. These settings are normally found in ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ in your browser’s menu. Using the same settings, you can configure your browser or email provider as well as installing free extensions that can prevent downloading bugs when you open an email.
The Controller’s website offers users a guide on how to get to the cookie configuration menu and the private browsing feature of all common browsers.
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet options -> Privacy -> Settings.
- Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy.
- Chrome: Settings -> Advanced -> Privacy and Security -> Content settings.
- Safari: Preferences -> Security.