What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file containing letters and numbers which is downloaded to your terminal (computer/smartphone/tablet) when you access certain web pages to store and retrieve information about the browsing carried out from said terminal. Cookies allow, amongst other things, to store and recover information about the browsing habits of a user or its equipment, to see which pages they visit, the connection time, to analyse the operation of a page, whether are technical issues etc. Depending on the information they contain and the way in which the terminal is used, they may be used to recognise the user.
What cookies does this page use?
The cookies generated by www.kaeltia.com are identified by the following names in searches: KAELTIA, GOOGLE. Request further information at email@example.com
Third party cookies
Web beacons or pixel tags
This Site uses web beacons (also called “pixel tags”). A web beacon is a transparent graphic image, usually no larger than 1 x 1 pixel, which is placed on a web page or in an e-mail to monitor the online behaviour of the user who visits the web page or sends an e-mail. These images primarily use third-party technologies – in the case of this Site, Google Analytics – to monitor visitor activity, such as knowing which pages of the Site are visited, when and from where (country/city).
Tracking and Analysis
For the continuous optimisation of its marketing communications, KAELTIA COMPLIANCE SERVICES S.L.U. uses the analytical software Google Analytics. This technology allows us to know the visitor’s online behaviour in terms of time, geographic location and use of this Site. The information is collected through pixel tags and/or tracking cookies. This information is anonymous, it is not linked to personal data and KAELTIA COMPLIANCE SERVICES S.L.U. does not share it with third parties for its independent use. All information necessary for the analysis is stored on Google servers in the United States.
Enabling and disabling cookies and similar resources
The Site user may accept or reject cookies by modifying their browser options. For example:
- Google Chrome
In the settings menu, select ‘show advanced settings’ at the bottom of the page.
Select the ‘content settings’ key in the privacy section.
The section at the top of the page that appears provides you with information about cookies and allows you to determine the cookies you want. It also allows you to delete any cookies you have stored at that time.
- Mozilla Firefox
In the tools menu, select ‘options’.
Select the privacy label in the options box.
From the drop-down menu choose ‘use custom settings for history’. This will display the cookie options and you can choose to enable or disable them by ticking the appropriate box.
- Internet Explorer 6+
In the tools menu, select ‘Internet Options’.
Click the privacy tab.
You will see a privacy settings scroll cursor that has six positions which allow you to control the number of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low and Accept all cookies.
- Safari browser
In the settings menu, select the ‘preferences’ option.
Open the privacy tab.
Select the option you want from the ‘block cookies’ section.
Please remember that certain features and full functionality of this Site may not be available after you disable cookies.