Following the new regulation, COSAR SILVER ESPAÑA S.L makes available to their users the information related to the cookies used and the reason of their use and hence requests the users’ permission to do so.
Cookies are essential to internet good functioning giving multiple advantages for supplying interactive services. However, their shared use among several websites has raised social awareness and alert in the context of advertisement personalisation. This document will help you understand the different security levels in the cookies we use as well as the circumstances under which you will be requested previous permission before them being saved.
Cookies replace a tool used by web servers to store and recuperate information about their visitors. They consist of text files sent to your computer to keep a registry of your preferences and remember them when you are back.
Some cookies are assigned to your PC during your visit to our site. They are called “session cookies” and they disappear automatically when your bowser is closed. COSAR SILVER ESPAÑA S.L does not use persistent cookies.
Users can freely decide on their implementation in their hard drive. In this sense, users can set up their browser to accept or deny all the cookies by default or to receive a warning on their screen when cookies are received and decide in that moment whether or not to implement them in their hard drive.
As the cookies we implement are of a general kind for all the users, in case you want to modify them, they should be managed from your own browser’s tools.
As additional warrantee to the above mentioned, the registry could be subject to cookies acceptance during the set up or update of the used. This acceptance can, in any moment, be revoked through the settings and privacy options available. .
With periodic maintenance purposes and in order to ensure the best possible user service, websites commonly use analytic cookies to gather activity statistic data.
Analytic cookies used by COSAR SILVER ESPAÑA S.L are as follows:
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These Google Analytics(TM) cookies generate an anonymous users ID which are used sto keep a record of the times users visit a website. They also register the first and last time the user visited the website. They calculate when a session finished, determines the users’ origin and also the keywords.