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Cookies Policy

INFORMATION ON THE USE OF COOKIES

Cookies are small data files that send information and store it on the hard drive of a user's PC from a browser when it is connected to a website. Cookies can be used to collect and store user data whenever users are connected to provide them with any services requested and that are not usually stored (session cookies), or to store user data for other types of future services and that can be stored indefinitely (persistent cookies). Cookies can be proprietary or third-party ones.

There are several types of cookies:

Technical cookies that facilitate a user's browsing experience and the use of the various options and services offered on a website, such as logging in to a session, allowing access to certain areas, placing orders and making purchases, filling in forms, singing up, adjusting security settings, enabling features ( videos, social media, etc.).

  • Personalisation cookies that allow users to access the services according to their preferences (language, browser, settings, etc.).
  • Analysis cookies that make possible the anonymous analysis of browsing habits of a website's users and the use they make of it, and creating browsing profiles in order to improve websites.
  • Advertising cookies for handling advertising spaces on the website.
  • Customised advertising cookies for handling advertising spaces on a website based on users' behaviour and browsing habits, from where their profile is obtained in order to allow the advertisements that are displayed on a user's browser to be customised.

Interglossa SL uses technical, personalisation and analysis cookies, proprietary and third-party cookies, which under no circumstances process personal data, but record browsing habits for statistical purposes.

Therefore, when you browse our website, we shall ask for you consent for their use, pursuant to section 22 of the Information Society Services Act.

In any event, it is our duty to inform you that you can enable or disable these cookies by following the instructions on your Internet browser:

  • Chrome: google.com
  • FireFox: mozilla.org
  • Internet Explorer: microsoft.com
  • Safari: http://www.apple.com
  • Opera: http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/cookies/
  • Edge: https://privacy.microsoft.com/es-es/windows-10-microsoft-edge-and-privacy