According to the present Spanish regulations on cookie use related to providing services of the society of information, as shown in the second section of the Article 22 of the Law 34/2002, July 11th, of services of the society of information and electronic trade, after its modification by the Royal Decree-Law 13/2012, March 30; we inform you about the cookies used in the website www.donacobina.es and the reason to its use. We also inform you that according to the law (I) the USER gives his consent to use them if he modifies the configuration of his browser by disabling the restrictions that prevent the access of cookies, (II) that said consent won’t be necessary for the installation of the cookies that are strictly necessary for providing a service that is specifically requested by the USER.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text files that are installed in the USER’s computer browser to register its activity by sending anonymous identification that is stored in said computer, so as to allow easier browsing, enabling, for example, the access of USERS that have been previously registered, the access to areas, services or promotions kept exclusive for them without having to register every time they log in or visit the website. Cookies can also be used to measure visits, audience, traffic and browsing parameters, session time, and/or controlling the progress and number of visits. Cookies are only associated to an anonymous user and his computer or device, and don’t provide references that allow knowledge about the USER’s personal data.
1.- Own Cookies: this are the ones that are sent to the USER’s computer or devices from another device or domain managed by the same publisher and from which the USER’s requested services are provided.
2.- Third Party Cookies: those sent to the USER’s computer system from another system or domain not managed by the editor, but by another entity that manages the collected data obtained via cookies.
3.- Session Cookies: a type of cookie designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a website.
4.- Persistent Cookies: a type of cookie in which the data is still stored in the system and can be accessed and managed for a defined period of time, set by the responsible of the cookie, a time that can vary between a few minutes to several years.