Information may be recorded or read on your device, depending on your choices, when you browse our website.
Quatily has developed this policy with the aim of informing users about what a cookie is, what types of cookie are used on this website and how users can manage them, depending on their interests.
Users who visit the website subsequently may view this Cookies Policy at any time, from the “Legal notice” tab at the bottom of the website.
By browsing this website, users agree that Quatily may install the cookies described below on their computer, unless they have amended their browser settings to reject them.
WHAT IS A COOKIE?
Cookies are small files that some platforms, such as websites, may install on your computer. Their functions vary widely: they can be used to store your browsing preferences, gather statistical information, allow certain technical functionalities, etc. Sometimes, cookies are used to store basic information about the user’s browsing habits or their computer, to the point of being able to recognize them, depending on the situation.
Cookies are also used to manage the user’s session, by reducing the number of times they have to enter their password or to adjust the content of the website according to their preferences. Cookies may be “temporary”, i.e. they are deleted from the user’s computer once they leave the website that generated them, or “persistent”, which means that they remain on the user’s computer until a given date.
Cookies are important because they are very useful for the following reasons: from a technical point of view, they allow a website to operate more smoothly and in a way that reflects the user’s preferences (for example, cookies can store the user’s language or the currency of their country). In addition, they help the company behind a website to improve its services through the statistical information they gather.
WHAT TYPE OF COOKIES DOES THIS WEBSITE USE?
This Quatily website uses several types of cookie:
These cookies are essential for the operation of the website, for example, cookies used for authentication or to maintain a registered user’s session when they are browsing the site. Deactivating these cookies prevents certain website functionalities from operating correctly.
Statistical analysis cookies
These cookies are anonymous and allow Quatily, after they have been processed by Quatily or third parties, to quantify the number of visitors and produce a statistical analysis of the use made of the services on this website by users. This allows Quatily to examine how users browse the website and improve it accordingly.
Quatily uses the following for both internal use and statistical analysis cookies:
Temporary cookies that expire in one day
Temporary cookies that expire in 1 month
Permanent cookies that expire in 24 months
Policy acceptance cookies that expire in 6 months
Cookie guarantees and options
You can also activate the “private browsing” option so that your browser stops saving your browsing history, website passwords, cookies and other information on websites visited by the user. Users can find out more in the “Help” section of their browser.
How do you configure cookies?
Users can allow, block or clear the cookies installed on their computer by configuring the options in their web browser. The links below provide quick access to the information needed to adjust your browser’s cookie settings.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-int…
Safari in OSX: http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042
Privacy and security: data processing and electronic communications
Quatily undertakes to process users’ personal data in confidence, using both technical measures and the necessary organizational measures to ensure the security of personal data and avoid any modification, loss or unauthorized processing and/or access, taking into account the current status of technology, the nature of the data stored and the risks to which they are exposed, as provided for in law. Quatily guarantees the privacy and integrity of the data and information provided by consumers and users when browsing the website, as far as possible and according to the current status of technology.