What is a cookie and what is it for?
A cookie is a small piece of data that a site sends to your browser and is stored on your computer when you visit a website. They are used to make websites work, or to do so more effectively and to provide information to the owners of the page.
What kind of cookies does triotraducciones.com use and for what purpose?
Our website uses several different types of cookies and similar technologies, each with a specific function:
Technical and browsing cookies
These cookies allow the website to work properly and allow you to view it in your chosen language. They are able to recognise from which country you connect so that, next time you visit, you will see the website in the corresponding language. They also let you create an account, log in and manage your orders. If you are a registered user, these cookies allow you to be recognised as such when accessing the services reserved for registered users. These cookies will recognise if you make a purchase on the website through a partner or affiliate page so that we can meet any obligations we have before such affiliated pages. These cookies are necessary for the functioning of the website.
These cookies allow the website to recognise you whenever you access the page, so that you do not have to re-enter your login details. If you have added items to your basket and you have logged out without completing the purchase and you have not eliminated such items from your basket, cookies allow you to continue to purchase the same items the next time you visit the website within a reasonable period of time. These cookies are not essential for the operation of the website, but improve the quality and browsing experience.
Third party cookies for marketing / retargeting
These cookies are used by third party companies we trust to show you advertising banners on other affiliated websites with triotraducciones.com’s latest news you have seen while browsing. These companies may use this data to improve their own services and to offer services to other companies. These tools do not collect the user’s first name or surnames or the postal address from where they connect. The information they obtain is related to, for example, the number of pages viewed, the language, the city assigned to the IP address from which users access the website, the number of users who visit, the frequency and recurrency of visits, the length of the visit…
How can I disable cookies?
Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are set up to accept cookies automatically. However, most browsers allow you to exercise some control over most cookies through the browser settings, including disabling cookies at any time. Nevertheless, we remind you that disabling technical and browsing cookies or functional cookies can lead to the website not working properly and/or it is possible that you cannot fully and effectively enjoy the services we offer.
To disable the analytical cookies and to avoid being tracked by Google Analytics on all websites, you can download the Opt-out Browser Google Analytics add-on: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.