A cookie is a file that is downloaded and saved to your computer when you visit certain websites. They are extensively used so that the Website works correctly and efficiently, as they provide information for the Website owners. Among others, cookies allow for information to be saved and retrieved on the browsing habits of a User or his/her system and, depending on the information contained and the manner in which the system is used, this data may be used to recognised and identify the User in order to improve the browsing experience and provide the services requested. If you do not wish to send cookies to our systems, you can “disable” them and control them from your browser, deleting them from your caché once your visit has ended.
Depending on their expiry:
Session cookies. These remain in your browser during the visit (e.g. until the browser is closed and the visit ended).
Persistent cookies. These remain in your browser after the session has ended (unless they are deleted).
Depending on activity:
Performance cookies. These collect information on the use of the website. They do not collect personal information and the data gathered is saved anonymously. Performance cookies are used to improve website operations.
Functionality cookies. These enable the website to save any option made on the site (e.g. changes to font size, customisation of the website).
Depending on purpose:
Analytical cookies. These are used to collect statistics on user activity. Among others, they analyse the number of users visiting the website, the number of pages visited, and the user activity on the website and its frequency of use. The information collected remains anonymous so that no link can be established between it and the physical person to whom it refers.
Authentication cookies. These are used by the website for user session maintenance during each visit, and are dominant in private areas of the website that require a username and a password to access them.
Depending on source:
First-party cookies. Enabled by the website being browsed.
Third-party cookies. Third-party cookies are sent to the user’s terminal device from a system or domain that is not managed by the publisher but by another organisation that processes the data obtained through the cookies.
What types of cookie does Viesgo use on the Website? This Website uses first-party and third-party cookies. Following the guidelines of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, the use made of cookies by the Website is indicated below. By using this Website and continuing to browse it, or by accessing the cookies notice, you give your consent and agree to us housing these cookies in your computer for the aforementioned purposes. The first-party cookies we use when a User enters our Website are indicated below, in line with their purposes:
As indicated above, by browsing this Website Users are accepting the generation of cookies for the aforementioned purposes. Despite this, where you wish to later delete the cookies saved to your computer that need your consent, you may do so using the tools provided by your browser for this purpose. Along these lines, further information can be found in the next paragraph.
Internet browsers are tools responsible for saving cookies and you may exercise your right to delete or disable them from the browsers. Viesgo is not responsible for the fact that disabling cookies may prevent or hinder the correct working order of the Website, nor can it guarantee the correct or incorrect handling of cookies by said browsers. In some cases, cookies must be installed so that the browser does not forget your decision to not accept them.
This Cookies Policy may vary depending on the cookies used.
These conditions of use shall be governed by the provisions of Spanish law. In the event of a discrepancy or dispute with regard to the interpreting or application of these conditions of use or of the contents of the website in general, Viesgo and the User shall expressly waive any local law that may apply and shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Courts and Tribunals of the address of the latter. Where the Users resides outside Spain, Viesgo and the User shall express waive any local law that may apply and shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Santander.