A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your computer when accessing to certain websites. Cookies mean a website can, among other things, store and recover information regarding the browsing habits of a user or their device and, depending on the information provided and the way the device is used, they can be used to recognise the user..
Cookies are essential for the Internet to function, presenting countless benefits when providing interactive services, making browsing and using our website easier.
The information provided below will help you to understand the different types of cookies:
|BASED ON THE ORGANISATION MANAGING THEM||Own cookies||These are collected by the editor to provide the service requested by the user.|
|Third-party cookies||These are collected and managed by a third party and cannot be considered our own.|
|BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF TIME THEY REMAIN ACTIVE||Session cookies||These cookies collect data while the user browses the web with the aim of providing the requested service.|
|Persistent cookies||These cookies are stored on the device and the information obtained will be used by the organisation in charge of the cookies with the aim of providing the requested service.|
|BASED ON THEIR PURPOSE||Technical cookies||These cookies are necessary to ensure proper browsing on the website.|
|Personalisation cookies||These cookies provide the user with the characteristics (language) to browse the website.|
|Analysis cookies||These cookies give the provider access to analysis regarding the users browsing, with the aim of tracking the use of the website and produce statistics regarding the most visited content, number of visitors, etc.|
|Advertising cookies||They allow the editor to include advertising spaces on the site, based on the webpages content.|
|Behavioural advertising cookies||They allow the editor to include advertising spaces on the site, based on the information obtained from the users browsing habits.|
In accordance with article 22.2 of Spanish Law 34/2002, of 11 July, regarding Information Society and e-Commerce Services (LSSI-CE), ROLLIER informs users regarding the cookies used on our website.
|Own cookies||Third-party cookies||Session cookies||Persistent cookies|
|Behavioural advertising cookies|
These cookies allow for tracking and analysing user behaviour on the websites to which they are linked.
Specifically, rollier.com stores Google Analytics analytic cookies on the users device. The user may exclude their individual activity using the exclusion systems provided by Google Analytics. Google Analytics.
The following table provides specific information about the analysis cookies used by rollier.com:
|__utmz||google-analytics.com ga.js||This cookie tracks where the visitor comes from, which search engine they used, the link they clicked on, the keywords used and from where in the world the page was accessed.|
|_ga||google-analytics.com ga.js||These Google Analytics cookies generate an anonymous user ID, which is used to register how many times a user visits the site. It also registers when the user visited the site for the first and last time. It further calculates when a session has come to an end, the users origin and keywords.|
Rollier also informs the user that they have the option of setting up their browser so that they receive a notification when cookies are being received and, if they so wish, they may stop them being installed on their hard disk.
Please see the following links from a range of browsers for implementing this setting: