Concept of Cookies
Cookies are a tool employed by web servers to store and retrieve information about their visitors or users.
A Cookie is nothing more than a text file installed by certain servers during browsing that allows for gathering information such as access location, connection time, device from which access is carried out (desktop or mobile), the operating system and browser used, most visited pages, number of clicks and Internet behaviour data.
They do not provide data that might allow for deducing the users’ name and surnames, read hard disk data or install viruses in devices.
Similarly, cookies implemented in the user’s hard drive by other servers cannot be read.
Why are they important?
While access to the website does not require cookies to be activated, deactivating them could hinder its correct functioning.
From a technical viewpoint, cookies allow websites to work in a manner that is more agile and adapted to user preferences, such as, for instance, storing the language or the country’s currency, or detecting the access device.
They establish protection and safety levels that impede or hinder cyberatacks against the website or its users.
They also allow for webmasters and data managers to gather statistical data aimed at improving the quality and user experience of their services.
Cookies allow for optimising the publicity shown to users to be able to offer products and services that are better suited to their interests.
The user may set up their browser to reject all cookies by default or to receive a popup announcing the receipt of each cookie and to decide upon whether to install it on their hard drive or not.
This acceptance could be revoked by means of the content and privacy settings available in the browsers themselves. The Proprietor recommends users visit the help section in their browser or access the help pages of the main Internet browsers: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome.
For more information about how to revoke the consent provided, about the procedure for disabling Cookies, or for any questions about the Cookies Policy, please contact the proprietor by writing to the email address INFO@SIZEARQUITECTURA.ES using the subject “Cookies Policy”.
Types of Cookies used on the Website
Users browsing the Website may come across cookies installed directly by the proprietor or cookies installed by entities other than the proprietor, as detailed in the following sections:
- Session cookies expire upon the user leaving the page or closing the browser, that is to say, they remain active throughout the visit to the website, and therefore they are deleted from the computer upon leaving the website.
- Permanent cookies expire once their purpose has been achieved or upon manual deletion, that is to say, they have a deletion date and are normally used in online purchase processes, customisations or registrations to avoid having to constantly enter a password.
Depending on the entity managing the device or domain from which the cookies are sent and that processes the data obtained, we are able to distinguish between own- and third-party cookies.
- Own cookies are those that are sent to the user’s computer and managed exclusively by us for the correct operation of the Website. Any information gathered is used to improve the quality of our services and your experience as a user.
- Third-party cookies: When users interact with our Website’s content (for instance, upon clicking buttons on social media or when viewing videos on our Website), third-party cookies, which are those established by domains other than our Website, may be established. We are unable to access data stored in cookies belonging to other Websites when browsing them.
You can review cookies and privacy settings by clicking on the following link.
Active cookies in sizearquitectura.es
Necessary Technical cookies
Necessary technical cookies must always be activated so that we can save your cookie settings preferences. Basically, this website will not work well if they are not active.
Third Party cookies
The website sizearquitectura.es uses the following cookies: