Cookies are files that are downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies make it possible, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or his/her computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way in which he/she uses his/her computer.
In addition, they improve your browsing process, since they allow the website to offer the user information that may be of interest to him/her depending on the use he/she makes and the content of the website.
If you do not wish to receive cookies, please configure your Internet browser to erase them from your computer’s hard drive, block them or warn you if they are installed. To continue without making changes to your cookie settings, please continue browsing the website.
The cookies we use do not store any personal data, nor any information that can identify you, unless you want to register voluntarily in order to use the services that AMAZING E-MOTION makes available to you or to receive information about promotions and content of interest to you.
3. Types and purpose of cookies
Cookies, depending on their permanence, can be classified into:
◊ Session cookies: they expire when the user closes the browser.
◊ Persistent cookies: they expire depending on when the purpose for which they serve is fulfilled (for example, for the user to remain identified on the website and its services or when they are manually deleted).
Cookies, depending on their purpose, can be classified into:
◊ Performance cookies: this type of cookie remembers your preferences for the tools found in the services, so you do not have to reconfigure the service each time you visit.
◊ Registration cookies: these are generalized once the user has registered or after logging in. They are used to identify you in the services with the following objectives:
♦ To keep the user identified so that, if you close a service, the browser or computer when you re-enter that service keeps you identified, thus facilitating your navigation without having to re-identify yourself. If the user logs out, the cookie is deleted and he/she will have to log in when trying to identify him/herself again.
♦ Check whether the user is authorized to access certain services.
◊ Analytics cookies: each time a user visits a service or information on the website or a tool from an external provider (Google Analytics), it generates an analytics cookie on the user’s computer. This cookie, which is only generated during the visit, will serve the website services to anonymously identify the visitor. Its objectives are:
♦ To allow the anonymous identification of browsing users through the cookie and therefore the approximate counting of the number of visitors and their trend over time.
To identify anonymously the most visited contents.
♦ Knowing whether an accessing user is new or repeating.
◊ Own advertising cookies: they are used to manage whether a user has visited a particular advertisement that has been included on the website. It also allows the management of advertising spaces on the page, storing data on the user’s browsing behavior in order to offer future advertisements.
◊ Third-party advertising cookies: these are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through the cookies.
There are also cookies corresponding to the social networks used by this website have their own cookie policies.
◊ Facebook Cookie, as provided in its Cookies policy.
◊ Cookie from Google+ and Google Maps, as set out in their page on what type of cookies they use.
4. How to manage cookies in the browser?
The user has the option to allow, block or delete cookies installed on their equipment by configuring the options of the browser installed on their terminal:
◊ Firefox: https://mzl.la/29K2E9r
◊ Google Chrome: https://bit.ly/1jqKOFl
◊ Internet Explorer: https://bit.ly/2s1QQbF
◊ Safari: https://apple.co/1zYNGVH
◊ Opera: https://bit.ly/2wxd3jS
In some browsers you can configure specific rules to manage ‘cookies’ per website, which offers more precise control over privacy. This means that you can disable cookies from all sites except those you trust.