INFORMATION ABOUT CRIADO Y LÓPEZ’S USE OF COOKIES

  1. Cookie Policy:

    1. Criado y López informs that cookies can be placed on your web browser to enable optimal browsing. If you continue to surf this website, we consider that you accept the use of them, as it is advised in the use notice on this site.

    2. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the hard drive of your computer by the websites you visit. When you visit again a website, the cookie let the provider of your website recognize your navigator and, depending on how the information they have and how they use your browser, they can be used to recognize the user. Cookies can store user preferences and other information.

    3. Criado y López is under the obligation of informing and obtaining the consent of the user regarding the use of cookies on this website, due to the Real Decreto-Ley 13/2012 law which modified Ley 34/2002 law, of 11th July, of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.

  1. Types of cookies:

2.1 According to the entity who manage the browse where the cookies are sent from and who treats the information obtained, we can define two types: first-party cookies and third-party cookies.

2.2 There is also a second classification according to the time they stay stored in the clients’ browser, we can define: session cookies and persistent cookies.

2.3 Lastly, there is another classification with five types of cookies according to the data purpose: technical cookies, personalization cookies, analysis cookies, advertising cookies and behavioural advertising cookies.

3. Cookies used on this website

3.1 We can define below the cookies that are being used on this website as well as their typology and function.

3.2 Criado y López uses Google Analytics, an analytic web service developed by Google, which measures and analyses websites. On your browser you will remark 4 cookies of this service (__utma, __utmb, __utmv, __utmc, and __utmz). According to the previous typology, they are first-hand, session and analysis cookies. You can find more information about it and disable the use of cookies clicking here, it’s a service belonging to Google, Inc., a Delaware company who main office is at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA (“Google”). Google won’t associate your IP address with any other data Google owns. You can refuse the data handling or the information by refusing the use of cookies by means of the selection of the proper setting of your browser, however, you must know that you may not be able to fully use this website functionality if you do. When using this website, you consent your information to be handled by Google for the purposes indicated above.

3.3 Through web analytics, we don’t get any information about users’ personal data information, guaranteeing the guardianship of your privacy. The information obtained is the one about the number of users who gain access to the website, the number of web pages viewed, the frequency and repetition of views, the duration, the browser used, the operator service, the language, the terminal used, or the city where your IP address is assigned to. Information that makes a better and more appropriate service possible by this website.

3.4 Cookies used on this website are:

  • Cookie name: __utma
    Original web page: the first web page the user visits
    Original party (third-party): Google Analytics Developed by Google Inc.
    Data collected by the cookie: web views
    Purpose: __utma is used to do a follow-up of the visitor and it is persistent. It doesn’t expire unless cookies are deleted. Every browser visiting a webpage is assigned an exclusive token through __utma cookie. This way, the next site views from the same browser are registered as belonging to the same visitor (particular). Expiratio: 2 years since the last view.
  • Cookie name: __utmb
    Original web page: the first web page the user visits
    Original party (third-party): Google Analytics Developed by Google Inc.
    Data collected by the cookie: visitors’ sessions
    Purporse: __utmb is used to determine a visitor’s session. It is established when a visitor enters the website and it finishes when they stop on a webpage during 30 minutes or more after the Session End or after the activity has stopped.
  • Cookie name: __utmc
    Original web page: the first web page the user visits
    Original party (third-party): Google Analytics Developed by Google Inc.
    Data collected by the cookie: visitors’ sessions
    Purpose: __utmc is used to determine a visitor’s session, too. It is established when a user enters the website and it expires when the browser is closed.
    Expiration: end of the session
  • Cookie name: __utmz
    Original web page: the first web page the user visits
    Original party (third-party): Google Analytics Developed by Google Inc.
    Data collected by the cookie: links and translations
    Purpose: __utmz is used to find out how the visitor has reached the website, for example, through a search engine, a direct link or an advertisement that links the website. The criteria of the value stream are analysed syntactically and sent to the GIF Request (__utmc variable). The expiration date is 6 months. The cookie is updated on every visit to a webpage and is used to determine the visitors’ views on the site.
    Expiration: 6 months after the last visit
  • Cookie name: __utmt
    Original web page: the first web page the user visits
    Original party (third-party): Google Analytics Developed by Google Inc.
    Data collected by the cookie: links and translations
    Purpose: __utmt is used to find out the type of request required by the user. The expiration date is fixed after the session is finished.
    Expiration: after the session is finished.

They are lately being used to improve the functioning of a website. To find out more about the functioning and disabling of the cookies, you can visit Google Privacy Centre and Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser Add-On.

3.5 When the user enters Criado y López’s profiles on the different social media, they are accepting the use of cookies.

  • For more information about Facebook, click here.
  • For more information about Twitter, click here.

3.6 Due to the Internet’s features, we don’t always have the cookies’ information that third parties set through this website. Therefore, in case you find this type of cookies on this website and if they aren’t described here, please contact us. You may also contact directly the third party to ask for information about the cookies they are setting, the purpose and the duration of the cookie, and how they guarantee the users’ privacy.

4. Modify the cookie settings

In any case, users can set their browser and accept, or not, the cookies they are getting. They can set it so the browser advises them when the web server wants to store some.

  • If you use Microsft Internet Explorer, Tools menu -> Internet Options -> Privacy
  • If you use Netscape/Mozilla, Tools menu –> Cookie Manager
  • If you use Opera, Preferences –> Privacy -> Cookie Filter

Currently, most browsers are set by default to block advertisement cookies or third-party cookies on your computer. The user may increase the origin restrictions, stopping the entry of any type of cookie or, on the contrary, deleting these restrictions, accepting the entry of any type of cookie.

If the user has voluntarily modified the browser setting to accept advertisement cookies or third-party cookies, this action means that they are giving consent to data dealing for advertisement effects.

5. Guide about the use of cookies

You can find out more about the use of cookies on the guide made by the Spanish Agency of Data Protection clicking on the following link:

6. Right to information

After the related request, Criado y López will immediately inform you in writing, in accordance with the applicable legislation, if we have stored some of your personal information, and what this is. In case you are registered as a user, we offer you the possibility to consult personally your data and, in your case, proceed to the removal, modification and/or update.

If you had any doubt, comment, or suggestion about our services or our website, please write to Criado y López:

  • Address: Derramadero de Cortes, Nº 13, Paraje los Aljibillos, 04700 – El Ejido
  • Contact e-mail: info@criadoylopez.com
  • Contact telephone: +34 950487973

Information about the Use of Cookies updated and revised on the 1st of December 2018.