WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are tools used by web servers to store and recover information about visitors in relation to their activities and preferences. This allows the website to remember these preferences when users return and therefore be able to offer better service.
Cookies are essential for the correct functioning of the Internet; they cannot damage the user’s device/computer and, if they are activated in the browser configuration, they help us to identify and resolve possible website functioning errors. The website uses them to operate correctly and to know what activities users have carried out while browsing.
None of the cookies installed in the DOMINGO website can extract information from a hard drive or steal personal information.
WHAT COOKIES DOES DOMINGO USE?
The application that we use to publish adverts and follow their results is Google Adwords: https://www.google.com/settings/ads?hl=es&sig=ACi0TCi_OEDCquraSOQqPIe92dPpYfIt0w2vJOn_KMejCbQ15PH4PSuQJZ1yk8bXaGOFPA8a9zpp8cQbfvYdIfPdtC_JHP6ECoMVN3PNEgvUZg_eU-6VqX-kqG6NNmJ-GGNqMCGCZWb1OxHsnRAtqTPaVlxE7pygh8ysgPvGgsaBl0NoX0vg5YkxufGGgRcqrIUWYip67Iqu.
Es These applications have been developed by Google, who provide the audience analysis services for our webpage. This company can use this data to improve their own services and to offer services to other companies.
You can learn more about these other uses via the indicated links.
Thanks to the cookies, it is possible for the DOMINGO server, or that of a third party acting on their behalf, to recognise the User’s computer browser, with the aim of making browsing easier, allowing, for example, access to previously registered Users. This allows them to access the areas, services, promotions and competitions that are reserved for their exclusive use, without having to register on every visit.
When the User permits the reception of cookies, they can find out about the server using the cookies. To do so, they should consult their browser’s usage instructions. The User has the possibility of configuring their browser to be notified of the reception of cookies, and preventing their installation in their hard drive. Please consult your browser’s instructions and help guides to find out more: Notwithstanding the fact that the User is responsible for configuring their browser, you can find more information on the following links:
- If your browser is Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/habilitar-y-deshabilitar-cookies-sitios-web-rastrear-preferencias
- If your browser is Chrome: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=es&answer=95647
- If your browser is Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/es/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9
- If your browser is Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042
- If your browser is Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/12.00/es-ES/cookies.html
To use the DOMINGO website, it is not necessary for the User to allow the installation of cookies sent by DOMINGO, or a third party acting in the company’s name, however it may be necessary for the User to start a session in each of the services that require prior registration or log-in.
DOMINGO, in order to fulfil its legal obligations, requests consent by the user to utilise the aforementioned cookies. If these are not accepted, it will not be possible to use the website correctly.
WHAT IS THE OBJECTIVE OF THE COOKIES INSTALLED BY DOMINGO?
The cookies used by DOMINGO and the third party acting in its name, are only associated with an anonymous User and their computer.
These tools do not obtain data about the names or surnames of the users or of the postal address from where they have connected. The information they obtain is related, for example, to the number of pages they have visited, the language used, the social network used to share our news, the city assigned to the IP address used to access the website, the number of users that visit us, the frequency and repeat visits, the length of the visit, the browser used, the operator or type of computer used to carry out the visit, As such, the OSBORNE web servers can automatically detect the IP address and the domain name used by the User.
All this information is registered in a server activity file that allows the data to be processed at a later date in order to obtain statistical data showing the number of page impressions and the number of visits carried out to the web services. In all cases, the file undergoes a disassociation process that prevents the User’s machine from being identified.