What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are received in the terminal from the website visited and are used to record certain browsing interactions on a website, 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 user preferences, such as the selected language, access data or personalization of the page.
Cookies may also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses a site. For example, from which Web page you have accessed, or if you have used an advertising “banner” to get there.
My Legalize only uses necessary and essential cookies for you to use our website and allow you to navigate it freely, use secure areas, personalized options, etc. In addition, cookies are also used to collect data related to the analysis of the use of the site. These are used to help improve customer service, measuring the use and performance of the page, and to optimize and personalize it.
Our site may also have links to social networks (such as Facebook or Twitter), but does not control the cookies used by these external websites. For more information about cookies from social networks or other third-party websites, we recommend reviewing their own cookie policies.
What types of cookies does My Legalize use?
Depending on the entity that manages them and their objective, cookies are classified as follows:
Cookies owned by My Legalize
Technical cookies are those that are essential and strictly necessary for the proper functioning of a site portal and the use of the different options and services it offers. For example, those used to maintain the session, response time management, performance or validation of options, use security elements, share content with social networks, etc.
These cookies allow the user to specify or customize some characteristics of the general options of the website, for example, to define the language, regional configuration or type of browser.
Third party cookies
Analytical cookies are used to create browsing profiles and to know the preferences of its users in order to improve the offer of products and services.
Depending on the permanence, cookies are classified as follows:
Session cookies are those that last as long as the user is browsing the web page and are deleted at the end.
These cookies are stored in the user’s terminal for a longer time, thus facilitating the control of the chosen preferences without having to repeat certain parameters each time the website is visited.
What if I don’t want to have these cookies or I don’t do anything about it?
To comply with current legislation, we have to ask for your permission to manage cookies. If you decide to continue browsing our website, it implies that you accept its use.
If you decide to modify the configuration of your access to the Web page, you should know that it is possible to eliminate cookies or prevent this information from being recorded on your computer at any time by modifying the configuration parameters of your browser:
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These browsers are subject to updates or modifications, so we cannot guarantee that they will fully adjust to the version of your browser. It may also be that you use another browser not covered in these links such as Konqueror, Arora, Flock, etc. To avoid these mismatches, you can access it directly from the options of your browser, which is generally found in the Options menu, in the “Privacy” section. (Please consult your browser’s help for more information.)
So, what does the above information mean?
This policy is reviewed periodically to ensure its validity, so it can be modified. We recommend that you visit the page regularly where we will inform you of any updates in this regard.
Where can I get more information?
If you need more information about the cookie directive, please consult the Official State Gazette published on March 31, 2012 (for Spain) where the directives on electronic communications are transposed. The directive can also be consulted at www.eugdpr.org.