Cookies are small text files that a website stores on Users’ browsers. Cookie facilitate the use, browsing and provision of services of a website.
For example, cookies are used to manage Users’ session (reducing the number of times they are required to provide their password) or to tailor the contents of a website to their preferences. Cookies may be valid for a single session only (session cookies) and are deleted when the User leaves the Website that generated them, or remain in their computer until a certain date (persistent cookies).
Use of this website when the browser is set to accept cookies, implies Users’ agreement to the cookie technology used by the website.
This Website uses analytical cookies to collect statistics on User activity on the Website and its general activity. The information collected is anonymous and allows for Website browsing to be optimised and guarantee the best possible service for Users. Users may exclude their activity by using the exclusion systems provided by the analytical tools.
These are cookies stored by third parties that manage the advertising spaces that Users can see when accessing this Website. These cookies allow us to measure the effectiveness of our online campaigns, provide Users with information of interest to them and offer advertising content tailored to their preferences. In accordance with their own policies, some advertising managers may use anonymous cookies to show advertisements of interest to them when visiting other websites. However, Users may choose whether they wish to accept these cookies or not by modifying the settings on their browser.
The settings tools on their browsers enables Users to accept or reject the installation of cookies; alternatively, they may reject the installation of a certain type of cookies, such as advertising or third party cookies. Furthermore, they may eliminate some or all of the cookies stored after each session.
The private browsing option, whereby the browser does not save the browsing history, website passwords, cookies and other information about the pages visited, or
The 'do not track' feature, whereby the browser requests websites visited not to track Users’ browsing habits, for example for the purpose of providing advertisements of interest to them on the websites they visit.
We recommend consulting the help section on your browser to find out about the various cookie management options. Remember that blocking or disabling cookies may affect some or all of our website features.
Internal use: these are necessary for the functioning of the website, User ID and to check the default language.
Analytical: generated using the Google Analytics tool. It generates a unique User ID which is used to the number of times a User visits the website, calculate the end of the session, register Users’ origin, sort demographic data such as visitor age using registration data and other anonymous statistical data.
Third party: in order to manage advertising campaigns and may therefore vary depending on the campaign in effect. Users may manage these cookies at any time in accordance with the information provided in the cookies guarantees and options section.
Disabling our cookies may mean that some of our website features and sections will not work.
Click on the spanner icon on the browser bar and select "Settings"
Click on "Show advanced option". Under the "Privacy" section click on the "Content settings" button. In order enable the cookies in the "Cookies" section select "Allow local data to be set", which will enable both first and third party cookies. In order to enable origin cookies only "Block all third party cookies without exception". In order to disable cookies, in the "Cookies" section use "Block sites from setting any data". Remember that Chrome has several cookie enabling and disabling levels. For more information about the cookie options Chrome offers, visit the following Google site: support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py
Click on "Tools" on the browser menu and select "Options". Select the Privacy panel to enable cookies: Check "Accept cookies from sites". To disable cookies: Uncheck "Accept cookies from site". Remember that Firefox has several cookie enabling and disabling levels. For more information visit the following Mozilla site: support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
Click on "Tools" at the top of the browser window and select "Internet options". In the options window, go to the "Privacy" tab. To enable cookies: Adjust the control to "Medium" or lower. To disable cookies: move the sliding bar up to block al cookies. Remember that Explorer has several cookie enabling and disabling levels. For more information visit the following Microsoft site: windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-Cookies
Click on "Settings" on the browser menu and select "Settings". Select "Quick preferences". To enable cookies: check "Enable cookies". To disable cookies: uncheck "Enable cookies". Remember that Opera has several cookie enabling and disabling levels. For more information about other cookie options on Opera, visit the following Opera Software site: www.opera.com/browser/tutorials/security/privacy/
Click on "Safari" on the menu bar and select the "Preferences" option.
Click on "Security"
To enable cookies: Under "Accept cookies" select the section "Only from the sites visited". To disable cookies: under the section "Accept cookies", select "never". Remember that Safari has several cookie enabling and disabling levels. For more information about other cookie options available on Safari, visit the following apple site: docs.info.apple.com/article.html
For all other browsers, look for a "help" feature on the browser or contact the browser supplier.
The Website cookies policy shall be regulated and interpreted pursuant to the corresponding Spanish legislation. Caramelo and the User shall submit themselves to the corresponding Courts and Tribunals of A Coruña, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction to which they may have recourse.