What are cookies?
Cookies are files that are saved on your terminal when you visit a website. Among other things, they enable the website to store and retrieve information about your browsing habits or those of your terminal. Depending on the information they contain and how you use your terminal, and depending on the type of cookie and the information they collect, they can be used to identify you.
Types of cookies
a) According to the entity that manages them:
– First-party cookies: These are sent to your terminal from our server or domain and we manage them as the owners and publishers of this website.
– Third-party cookies: These are sent to your terminal from a server or domain that is not managed by us but by a third party, which processes the information obtained through cookies.
b) According to the length of time they are kept:
– Session cookies: These collect and store data when you access the website. They are lost when you leave the site.
– Persistent cookies: These are kept by the data controller for a specific length of time, which can vary from a few minutes to several years. They are used to save and retrieve certain parameters every time you visit the website.
c) According to their purpose:
– Functional cookies: These are essential and strictly necessary for the functionality of the website and to enable you to use the different options and services offered. For example, they keep the session open, manage the response time, performance and validation of options, use security elements, etc.
– Personalisation cookies: These allow you to specify or personalise some of the website features, such as the language, regional settings or browser type.
– Analytics cookies: These allow us to track and analyse your interaction with our website so that we can create a browser profile and understand your preferences when you visit the site. We also use them to measure user activity in general so that we can improve the service we offer based on the results obtained. For example, analytics cookies tell us which geographical areas are the most interesting for our users, which products or services are the most popular, etc.
– Advertising cookies: These are used to manage the advertising spaces on websites.
– Behavioural advertising cookies: These are used to manage the advertising spaces on our website. They store information about your interaction with the site website so that you see advertisements more relevant to you and your interests.
What cookies do we use?
EMPTY uses the following cookies:
Google Analytics (Google, Inc.) to measure and compile statistics on how users interact with the site content.
The information we obtain through these cookies is stored on Google servers located in the USA, a country which does not guarantee an adequate level of data protection. However, Google complies with the Privacy Shield framework and has authorisation from the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) to transfer personal data to the United States.
For more information about Google Analytics, click here. Google participates in the Web Choices tool, which allows you to opt out of its cookies: http://optout.aboutads.info/. You can prevent the installation of Google Analytics with this extension for your browser.
The lawful basis for processing the information obtained through cookies is your consent, and the retention period for this information is two (2) years.
How can you disable or delete cookies?
The links below provide information on how to activate your preferences in the main browsers
The majority of the cookies on this website collect anonymous information, so we cannot identify you personally. However, some of the codes they include can identify or individualise the browser you use on your terminal, and this aspect may be subject to the legislation on personal data protection. You are therefore hereby informed that EMPTY will process the information obtained through cookies for the purposes indicated in this Cookies Policy.
Furthermore, if you believe that your right to the protection of your personal data has been violated, you may lodge a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es).
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.