1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file that is downloaded to your computer, smartphone, tablet or other device that you use to visit certain internet pages. Cookies allow a webpage to recognise your device and store and recover information about your navigation habits, to improve the services they provide.
Cookies are saved in the memory of your browser and each one contains:
- The name of the server from where it was sent.
- Information about its lifespan.
- A value, which is usually a unique number generated randomly.
The website server that sends the cookie uses this number to recognise your browser whenever you return to a given page. Only the server that sent the cookie can read it and use it.
2. Types of cookies we use
Cookies are small files or software labels that are stored on your computer through the browser, retaining only information related to your preferences, not including your personal data and not damaging your computer.
Some cookies are essential for the functionalities available to work, while others are used to enhance the website performance and user experience. Cookies recognise, anonymously, information about visits to our website, namely user preferences and how users navigate the website, among others. Cookies are only used to improve and personalise the service level provided.
PTDF collects the following data from visitors to its website: date and time of the visit, IP (Internet Protocol) address, browser type used by the visitor and the pages accessed. These data are stored for a maximum of 90 days. The personal data collected are not analysed in any way, unless any security incident occurs, in which case, after analysis, the relevant authorities are informed.
2.1. Own cookies and third-party cookies
We also inform you that our website uses the following cookies:
Technical Cookies: needed to identify the user session or to provide certain services. If these cookies are deactivated, you cannot correctly receive all the website content.
Analytical Cookies: used for tracking and statistical analysis of your behaviour on the website. If these cookies are deactivated, the website can continue to work, but the information collected by these cookies about the use of our website and its content allows us to improve our services.
Cookies collect information about the date of visit, the URL and the title of the webpage visited. The reports generated with this information will be merely statistical, giving information about navigation behaviour, anonymously.
Our website may contain links to other webpages. PTDF does not have access or exercise any control over the cookies and other tracking technologies used on the pages of third parties that you may access from our website.
2.2. Duration of the cookies
The cookies PTDF uses may have the following lengths of duration:
Session: they finish at the end of the session. They are usually stored in the cache memory of the device.
Permanent: they are permanently installed on your browser and are activated each time you visit the website, provided that they have not been deactivated.
3. Refusal of cookies
4. Accepting cookies