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What are Cookies?
The Website will also be able to record all of the services requested by the users, in order to provide or offer information that is adjusted to each user’s tastes and preferences.
What are the various types of Cookies that exist?
Based upon their Permanence, Cookies can be classified as:
“Session Cookies”: This first type of Cookies expires as soon as a user closes his or her browser.
“Persistent Cookies”. This second type of Cookies expires once the purpose they serve has been completed (for example, allowing a user to stay identified when using the Services), or else when they are manually deleted.
Cookies can also be classified based upon their Purpose:
Performance Cookies: Cookies of this type record the preferences you have specified for the tools found in the services, so you will not have to reconfigure the service each time you visit. As an example, Cookies of this type include:
Volume adjustments for video or audio players.
Video transmission speeds that are compatible with a user’s browser.
Geo-localization Cookies: These Cookies are used to determine which country a user is located in when a service is requested. These Cookies are completely anonymous, and are only used to help orient the contents based on this location.
Traffic log Cookies: Traffic log Cookies are generated once a user has registered, or after a user has logged in for a session. They are used to identify a user in the services for the following purposes:
To keep a user identified, so that after a service is closed, the browser or computer will continue to be identified when the service is used again at another time or on a different day. This makes navigation easier by preventing the need for re-identification. This feature can be removed by clicking on the “close session” feature. This will cause this type of Cookie to be deleted, so that the next time the user enters the service, he or she will have to log in again in order to be identified.
To verify whether the user is authorized to access certain services, for example, for participation in a contest.
Analytical Cookies: Each time a user visits a service, a tool from an external provider generates an analytical Cookie on that user’s computer. This type of Cookie, which is only generated during the visit, will be used during subsequent visits to the Website’s Services in order to anonymously identify the visitor. The main objectives being pursued in this case are:
Allowing anonymous identification of the users navigating at the Website by using the Cookie (identifies browsers and devices, not people), so that the approximate number of visitors and the duration of their visits can be calculated.
Anonymously identifying the most visited contents, and therefore those that are most attractive for the users.
Determining whether the user accessing the Website is a new user or a repeat visitor.
Important: Unless the user decides to register for a service on the Website, this type of Cookie will never be associated with any personal data that could be used to identify the user. These Cookies will only be used for statistical purposes, which will help optimize the users’ experience at the Website.
Behavioral advertising Cookies: Cookies of this type allow expansion of the information displayed by advertisements for each anonymous user of the Website’s services. The information stored includes, among other elements, the duration or frequency of viewing for advertisements, interactions with them, and the user’s navigation patterns and/or behavior, since this information helps to produce an advertising interest profile. This in turn allows the advertising offered to be adjusted to the user’s interests.
Third-party advertising Cookies: In addition to the advertising managed by the Website in its services, the Website offers its advertisers the option to display ads via third parties (“AdServers”). This allows those third parties to store Cookies sent to them by the Website’s services as taken from the users’ browsers, and to access the data stored in those Cookies.
What cookies do we use?
GRUPO ADOLFO DOMÍNGUEZ will make its best effort to update this list as soon as possible based on the services that are added to our Website. However, during this updating it is possible that the list may not include a particular Cookie yet, although reference will always be made on this list to Cookies with purposes identical to those recorded
The Cookies we use on our Website are:
PERFORMANCE, GEO-LOCALIZATION, REGISTRATION, ANALYTICS AND ADVERTISING COOKIES
frontend: first party session cookie used as a security code to prevent attacks, identity theft or malicious use of the user's profile. This cookie keeps the user's session until it expires or the session is manually closed.
adpriv: first party persistent cookie used to detect when the user’s session is initiated while he or she navigates, which allows for caching content to be identified. It expires within 1 month.
userId: first party persistent cookie used to inform Goolge Analytics of the user ID. It expires within 10 days.
idCountry: first party persistent cookie used to identify the country selected by the user and display customized content adapted to that particular country. It expires within 1 month.
nameCountry: first party persistent cookie used to identify the country selected by the user and display customized content adapted to that particular country. It expires within 1 month.
wishlist: first party persistent cookie used to identify the list of products that the user adds to their wish list. It has an expiration term of 48 years and 5 months.
catalog-view: first party session cookie used to identify the catalog view preferences selected by the user.
catalog-view-mode-selected: supplemental to the previous cookie, this first party session cookie collects information when the user manually selects a catalog view option.
parrillasearch: first hand persistent cookie used to identify view preferences in search results. It expires within 3 days.
jsCookieCheck: first hand persistent cookie that ensures the cookie notice has been shown. It expires within 1 year.
lastCurrentUrl: first hand persistent cookie used to save the last webpage visited by the used, so that the user can return to that navigation point if he or she wishes to do so. It expires within 3 days.
searchBro: first hand persistent cookie used to record the store code selected by the user and therefore enable the search function in the relevant language and catalog. It expires within 3 days.
newPrehome: first hand persistent cookie used to record the store code selected by the user and therefore display customized messages on the website based on the current store/language. It expires within 1 month.
Advertising Cookies: these allow expansion of the information from the advertisements displayed to each user on the services from ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ. The information stored includes, among other details, the duration or frequency of viewing of advertisements, interactions with them, and the user’s navigation patterns and/or behavior, since these help to produce an advertising interest profile. This in turn allows the advertising offered to be adjusted to the user’s interests.
Third-party advertising Cookies: in addition to the advertising managed by ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ in its Services, our advertisers are offered the option to display ads via third parties (“AdServers”). This allows those third parties to store Cookies sent to them by the services of ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ as taken from the users’ browsers, and to access the data stored in those Cookies.
THIRD-PARTY SERVICE PROVIDER'S COOKIES
__ga: This Cookie generates a unique User ID that is used to count the number of times a user visits the Website. It also records the time of the first and last visits, new visits or sessions, the time at which the Website is entered, the user’s origin (in other words, the location from which this Website has been accessed), and how the Website is being accessed. It also records the keywords used to locate this Website, and it verifies whether the session should be kept open or whether a new session must be created.
This Cookie is updated each time the data is sent to Google Analytics. This is the persistent type of Cookie, and it has an expiration period of two years.
More information about the Cookies related with Google Analytics can be found at this link: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
Empathy Broker is a search service for web platforms provided by Empathybroker Limited, a company specializing in products for eCommerce search engines.
sb_session_id: session cookie used to identify the user's recent search preferences. It expires within 1 hour.
sb_user_id: persistent cookie used to customize users’ search results. It expires within 3 years.
More info on cookies related to Empathy Broker can be found here: https://www.empathybroker.com/cookie-policy/
Cookies policy: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/
Terms of service: https://www.facebook.com/policies/
Cookies policy: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514#
Terms of service: https://twitter.com/tos
Cookies policy: https://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/technologies/cookies/
Terms of service: http://www.google.com/intl/es_ALL/+/policy/content.html
Cookies policy: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
Terms of service: https://help.instagram.com/478745558852511
Cookies policy: https://policy.pinterest.com/es/cookies
Terms of service: https://policy.pinterest.com/es/terms-of-service
Terms of service: https://www.youtube.com/static?reload=9&template=terms&hl=es&gl=ES
Cookies policy: https://vimeo.com/cookie_policy
Terms of service: https://vimeo.com/terms
How can Cookies be deleted after navigating at our platforms?
You have the option to deactivate our Cookies if desired. However, if you do this some of the Website’s features may not execute properly, or your navigation may become more difficult. We therefore recommend that you should keep Cookies activated, and if you want to delete them, you should do so only after exiting the Platform.
If you use Google Chrome, go to the option “Clear browsing data”, which is found via the “History” menu. This will cause a pop-up menu to appear, which will allow you to decide which information you want to delete, including Cookies.
If you use Firefox, go to the option “Clear Recent History”, which is found via the “History” menu. This will cause a pop-up menu to appear, which will allow you to decide which information you want to delete, including Cookies.
If you use Internet Explorer, go to the option “Delete browsing history”, which is found via the “Tools” menu. This will cause a pop-up menu to appear, which will allow you to decide which information you want to delete, including Cookies.
If you use the Chrome browser with Android, go to the “Privacy” option, which is found via the “Settings” menu. This will cause a pop-up menu to appear, which will allow you to decide which information you want to delete, including Cookies.
As you can see, deleting Cookies is done in a very similar way in all browsers, so if you are using a browser other than those mentioned, it should not be too difficult to find the feature that allows you to delete the data stored as Cookies. You can also configure your system to automatically delete all Cookies each time you end your browsing session.
How do I deactivate Cookies?
Although the way in which a user can deactivate Cookies will depend on the browser or browsers being used, all browsers allow the settings related to Cookies to be modified. Below we indicate the steps that should be followed to find these settings in the most popular web browsers currently in use:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
This will also prevent us from obtaining information about the way users are navigating at our Website, which makes it more difficult or even impossible to improve the information and contents included there, as well as their appearance.
More information about the functioning, use, and management of Cookies
You can also adjust your browser to initiate private browsing, which prevents your system from storing undesired information on your hard drive.
You can even view a list of all of the Cookies that your browser has stored on your hard drive, then delete these individually if desired. For example, if your operating system is Windows 7 and the browser you are using is Internet Explorer version 10, the Cookies this browser is storing on your hard drive are usually found at the following file path: C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\.
Finally, remember that most browsers will give you information about how to adjust your settings to prevent new Cookies from being accepted, how to receive a notification when a new Cookie is being received, or how to deactivate Cookies completely. If you want to learn more about how Cookies work, we recommend making use of the Help menu displayed on your browser’s toolbar (if you are using Windows, pressing F1 will also provide access to the Help feature).
Will changes be made to the Cookies Policy?
The Website may modify this Cookies Policy based on the demands of new legislation or regulations, or in order to adapt the policy to new instructions issued by the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD in Spanish). We therefore recommend that users should make an effort to view this policy periodically.
If significant changes are made to this Cookies Policy, users will be notified via the Website, or they will receive an email if they have previously registered there.
CHANGES OR UPDATES TO OUR COOKIES POLICIES
The structure and functionality of this website may be modified in order to add new sections, services or content, which may mean changes to its use and therefore our cookies policy. We recommend usersthat access our website to always review our cookies policy in case this has been subject to changes since their last visit.