In compliance with Law 34/2002 on Society and Electronic Commerce Services Information (LSSICE), the following legal aspects of the Web are reported:
Web: www.dcheurope.eu and subdomains (onwards, Web)
Company Name: ORGANIZACIÓN DCH EUROPE (onwards DCH EUROPE)
Registered office: Calle Gabriel García Márquez 4 ground floor, 28232 Las Rozas (Madrid-Spain)
Within the framework of compliance with current legislation, as set out in Organic Law 15/1999 of 13rd of December on the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD), the purpose of this is to guarantee and protect, with regard to the treatment of Personal data, especially freedoms and rights of individuals, and focus on their honor and personal privacy, DCH EUROPE informs users that:
DCH EUROPE can collect information about the search habits of website users through cookies or log files. Cookies are not used to collect personal information. They will only be installed if user stays and continues browsing our website, understanding that user consents to its use and installation. Here, we provide detailed information on what are the “cookies”, what types of applications on this website, how to disable it in the browser and how to specifically block the installation of third-party Cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files generated by websites that user visits, which contain the session data that may be useful later in websites. Data allows website to maintain its information between them, and also to analyze how to interact with site.
Cookies are secure and can only be stored in the information that has been put on your site by the browser, the information that user has entered in the browser or that is included in the request of the website. You cannot run the code and cannot be used to access user’s computer.
Cookies are essential to internet operation, providing a lot of advantages in interactive services provision, facilitating navigation and usability of the websites. Cookies cannot damage computers and they are enabled to help identify and resolve errors.
Types of cookies
There are more information to help you understand better the different types of cookies that can be used:
– Session cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in the browser’s cookie file until the website is abandoned, so it is not registered on the user’s hard disk. Information obtained through these cookies serves to analyze the patterns of traffic on web. In the long run, this offers a better experience to improve the content and facilitate its use.
– Permanent cookies: they are stored on the hard disk and website every time when a new visit is made. Despite its name, a permanent cookie has a certain expiration date. The cookie will stop working after the date. It is generally used to facilitate the different services offered by websites.
Below, we publish a list of the main cookies used in our websites, distinguishing:
– Cookies are strictly necessary as, for example, they serve for a correct navigation or cookies that serve to ensure that the content of the website is loaded effectively.
– Third-part cookies, such as those by social networks, or by external content complements.
– Analytical cookies with purposes of periodic maintenance and, in order to guarantee the best possible service to user, with which websites collect the statistical data from activity.
Relationship and description of ‘cookies’
The table below shows in a schematic form the cookies described above and used on our website:
|DCH EUROPE||[hash]||Session||Cookie strictly necessary to identify the user session|
|Analytics cookies generated by Google Analytics. It is used to distinguish users and display their advertising on other pages in Google network.
|Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites|
|1 year and 6 months
|It allows the use of Twitter features at website, such as the ‘Tweet’ button as well as save the user’s session or language of preference.
|Collects information on user preferences to optimize services provided by Google.
Cookie management: Supplementary guarantees.
All Internet browsers allow cookie behavior or disable cookies within settings or browser options. Steps to do this are different to each browser, and you can find instructions in the help menu on each browser.
Many browsers allow you to activate a private mode in which cookies are always deleted after the visit. Depending on each browser this private mode, may have different names. Below you can find a list of the most common browsers with a link to cookies configuration and different names of this “private kind”: