Cookies Use Policy

The second section of article 22 of the LSSI establishes:

  • Service providers may use data storage and retrieval devices in terminal equipment of the recipients, provided that they have given their consent after they have been provided with clear and complete information about their use, in particular, about the purposes of data processing, in accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on the Protection of Personal Data, When it is technically possible and effective, the consent of the recipient to accept the treatment of the data. Data may be provided by using the appropriate parameters of the browser or other applications, provided that it must proceed to its configuration during installation or update by an express action to that effect. The foregoing shall not prevent the possible storage or access of a technical nature solely for the purpose of transmitting a communication over an electronic communications network or, to the extent strictly necessary, for the provision of a service of the information society. expressly requested by the recipient.

What is a "cookie"?

A "cookie" is a simple text file stored by the server of a website on your computer or mobile device to which only the server itself can access and read the contents of said file. Each "cookie" is unique to your browser. It can contain anonymous information such as a unique identifier and the name of the website, or some digits and numbers. It allows the website to remember some things like your preferences or what's in a shopping cart.

What happens if I do not want to accept "cookies" on my device?

You can learn how to deactivate "cookies" in most browsers by visiting this website Be aware that disabling "cookies" from the Cuéntica websites may cause the site to malfunction.

The "cookies" used are of the following types

Primary "Cookies":

The primary "cookies" are those established by the websites and that only each site can read.

"Cookies" from third parties:

The "cookies" of third parties are provided by organizations other than the owner of the website you are visiting. In addition, the site you visit may include embedded content from other third-party services that may establish their own "cookies." The originating website does not control the dissemination of these "cookies" so you should check the websites of the third parties to obtain more information about said "cookies".

Session "Cookies":

The session "cookies" are stored temporarily during a session with the browser and are automatically deleted from the user's device when the browser is closed.

Persistent "cookies":

This type of "cookies" are stored on your computer for a certain time and are not deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent "cookies" are used when you need to know who you are during more than one browsing session.

"Cookies" of Flash:

The "cookies" of Flash work differently from the "cookies" browser (the "cookies" listed in this document correspond to the browser), instead of using individual "cookies" for specific tasks, a website is limited to save all the data in a single "cookie". Flash allows you to configure how much information can be stored in that "cookie" but does not allow you to choose what type of information is allowed to store.

Guide on the use of cookies - AEPD

To learn more about the Google Analytics "cookies" you can visit the Google website through this link:

Use of Google Analytics cookies on websites - Google