Definition and types of cookies.
A cookie are small information files that are downloaded to the user's computer, Smartphone or Tablet when accessing certain web pages to store and retrieve information about the navigation that is carried out from said equipment. Through cookies, web pages remember information about the user's visit, which allows a better and safer browsing experience to be provided. Cookies are associated both with anonymous users, that is, those who visit the Portals without identifying or registering, and those who do.
On the other hand, cookies are not a virus or any other type of malicious program that can damage users' devices. Cookies cannot delete or read information from the user's computer or device.
In addition, we recommend that you review the privacy policies of any websites accessed through the Website.
Cookies are created or updated on the user's computer or device automatically, when the user accesses the Refriparts website, which allows it or third parties that it contracts , track the user's cookies and therefore the information that these cookies contain or obtain from the user. It is important to clarify that cookies are only read by the website that created them.
Refriparts may share information obtained through cookies with external persons or third parties (allies, clients, suppliers or companies linked to Refriparts), in order to improve user services. Likewise, the information received through cookies will be used by Refriparts and the aforementioned third parties, for the purposes described in this document, and any of its updates.
There are different types of cookies, which can be classified according to who created them, how long they last and, finally, what purpose they have.
Creation - Own or third-party cookies: they are own when the cookies are managed from the terminal or domain of the same editor, while they are from third parties, when they are not They are not sent by the editor himself, but by another entity.
Time - Session and persistent cookies: Regarding session cookies, the data collected will only be stored while the user is browsing the web page. In the case of persistent data, the data continues to be stored in the terminal and can be accessed for a certain period of time.
Purpose - Technical/personalization/analysis/advertising cookies: technical cookies are those that allow controlling traffic and data communication; Personalization cookies, which allow users to access according to some of their own characteristics that are collected (browser, language, etc.), such as, for example, customizing the home page. Analysis cookies collect data on user behavior and allow the creation of a user profile. In this way, browsing habits can be analyzed and detected and the website, blog or e-Commerce can be improved to adapt to the browsing needs of users. Finally, advertising companies collect data on the management of advertising spaces. This type of cookie allows, for example, to show users advertising banners that they may be potentially interested in.