Definition and cookies function
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored in your computer by the websites you visit. When you visit again a website, the cookie let the provider of your website recognize your navigator. Cookies can store user preferences and other information. The navigator configuration can be modified in order to set the cookies preferences, however, some websites may not work properly if you deactivate the cookies. You can allow, deny or delete the cookies of your computer through your navigator options:
Types of cookies
According to the entity who manage the cookies, we can define the following types:
- First Party cookies: cookies managed by the own website manager and who provide the service required by the user.
- Third Party cookies: cookies managed by a third party different from the website owner.
According to the cookie expiration time, we can define the following types:
- Session cookies: remain in your browser during your browser session only, ie until you leave the website.
- Persistent cookies: remain in your browser after the session (unless deleted by you).
According to the data purpose, we can define the following types:
- Performance cookies: collect information about your use of the website, such as webpages visited and any error messages; they do not collect personally identifiable information, and the information collected is aggregated such that it is anonymous. Performance cookies are used to improve how a website works.
- Analysis cookie: allow the responsible to monitor and analyze the behavior of users of the web sites. The information gathered through such cookies is used for measuring the activity of web sites in order to make improvements based on the usage data analysis.
Cookies used by Endalia S.L.
|Endalia||qtrans_cookie_test||Cookie used to enable multi-lingual support.||First party, session and performance.||End of browser session|
|Google Analytics||__utmc||Not used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit.||Third party, persistent and analysis||30 minutes|