1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small data files that are received in the terminal from the website visited and are used to record certain navigation interactions on a website by storing data that can be updated and retrieved. These files are stored on the user's computer and contain anonymous data that is not harmful to your computer. They are used to remember the user's preferences, such as the language selected, access data or page customization.
Cookies can also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses a site. For example, from which website you have accessed, or whether you have used an advertising banner to get there.
Our sites may also have social networking links (such as Facebook or Twitter). BIOCONSERVACION, SA does not control the cookies used by these external websites. For more information about cookies from social networks or other external websites, we advise you to review their own cookie policies.
3. WHAT USE DO WE GIVE TO THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COOKIES?
According to their purpose:
According to time:
4. WHY DO WE NEED YOUR EXPLICIT CONSENT TO USE THEM?
Judgment of the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union, October 1, 2019
The ruling of the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union, dated October 1, 2019, must be interpreted as meaning that consent is not validly given when the storage of information, or access to information already stored in the user's terminal equipment of an Internet website, through cookies is authorized by means of a box marked by default from which the user must remove the mark if he wants to refuse its use. In this sense, the authorization must be based on an explicit acceptance or equal rejection by the user.
This interpretation cannot vary depending on whether or not the information stored or consulted on the user's terminal of an Internet site consists of personal data.
The Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union also provides in this ruling that the information that the service provider must provide to the user of an Internet website must include the time that the cookies will remain active and the possibility that third parties may access the information that they store. This requirement is established by the version amended by Directive 2009/136, which amends Article 5(3) of Directive 2002/58/EU.
If you still decide to modify the configuration of your access to the website, you should know that it is possible to eliminate the cookies or prevent this information from being registered on your computer at any time by modifying the configuration parameters of your browser:
These browsers are subject to change or modification, so we can not guarantee that they will be completely adjusted to your browser version. You may also use another browser not covered by these links, such as Konqueror, Arora, Flock, etc. To avoid these mismatches, you can access them directly from your browser's options, which are generally found in the Options menu, in the "Privacy" section. (Please refer to your browser's help for more information).
5. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION?
You can find more information about cookies at:
www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.eu.