Cookies policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that are transferred to the user's device from the website visited and they are used to register certain interactions as you navigate a website, storing details that can be updated and recovered. These files are stored on the user's computer and they contain anonymous details that will not damage the device. They are used to record the user's preferences, such as selected language, access data or website customisation. Cookies also can be used to register anonymous information about how a visitor uses a website. For example, which web page the user accessed the site from, or if they clicked on an advertising banner to get there.

Why does CECA use cookies?

CECA uses strictly necessary cookies that are essential for you to use our websites and which let you navigate freely, to use secure areas and customised options, etc. In addition, CECA uses cookies that collect data related to analysis of use of the website. These are used to help to improve the customer service, measuring use and performance of the website, for the purposes of optimisation and personalisation.

Our websites may also have links to social networks (such as Facebook or Twitter). CECA does not control cookies used by these external websites. For more information on cookies used by social networks or other external websites, we suggest you consult their own cookies policies.

What do we use different types of cookies for?

According to their aim:

According to term:

What if I do not want to have these cookies or I do nothing in this regard?

To comply with the current legislation, we have to request your permission to use cookies. If you decide not to authorise its use and indicate your refusal to us, we would only use the technical cookies, given that they are essential for navigation of our website. In this case, we would not store any cookies. If you continue to browse our website without refusing to authorisation cookies, it means that you accept their use. Take into account that if you reject or delete cookies for CECA website navigation, it will not be able to save your preferences, some characteristics of pages will not function, we will not be able to offer you customised services and every time that you wish to browse our website we will have to request your authorisation to use cookies again.

If, even so, you decide to modify the set-up of your access to the website, please note that you can delete cookies or stop them registering this information in your device at any time by changing the settings of:

These web browsers are subject to updates and modifications, which is why we cannot guarantee that they conform completely to the version of your web browser. You may also use another web browser not mentioned in these links such as Konqueror, Arora or Flock. To avoid these problems, you can access your web browser options directly, usually found in the Options menu, in the "Privacy" section. (Please consult the help section of your browser for more information.)

Is the data collected in cookies used by websites other than CECA's? Some of our cookies are used to generate advertising in third-party networks or to carry out analytics for which we use tools that are external to CECA. The cookies used are for the exclusive use of CECA and its group of companies which do not market them in any way.

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So, what does the information above mean?

If you accept our cookies, you allow us to improve the website and offer you optimum access and a more effective and customised service.

In addition, you can configure your browser to allow only trustworthy websites or pages to manage cookies, which allows you to set your own preferences.

Through this policy, CECA demonstrates its commitment to current legislation on the use of cookies, giving you information so that you can understand what kind of cookies we use and why we do so. With this, we intend to provide transparency in relation to the data about your navigation of our website that we handle.

This policy is revised periodically to ensure its validity, and for that reason it can be modified. We recommend that you visit the website regularly, where we will inform you of any changes.

Where can I find more information?

If you have any questions about how we use cookies that are not answered in this policy, please send us your comments via Customer Service.

If you need more information on the legislation surrounding cookies, please consult the Official State Gazette, published on 31 March 2012 (for Spain) where the directives regarding electronic communications are set out. You can also consult the directive at the Information Commissioner Office (in English). Additionally, you can access some explanatory videos published by the Spanish Data Protection Agency which give step-by-step instructions on how to configure privacy options in browsers, social networks and the most commom mobile operating systems, at AEPD videos.