DIRDAM LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS, S.L. COOKIES POLICY
The web domain and sub-domain belonging to DIRDAM LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS, S.L., through the use of automatic collection processes (cookies), gather users’ personal information such as the browser and operating system used, reference page, route, ISP domain (Internet Service Provider), etc. so as to improve the services provided. Cookies help us tailor the content on our website to fit the needs of our website's visitors.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or other device when you visit our website and allow us to recognise you. Cookies help us improve the quality of our website, which allows us to tailor the user experience to some extent. Cookies are essential for internet operations, contributing numerous advantages to interactive service provision and making it easier to browse and use our website.
Note that cookies cannot harm your PC and that cookies help us identify and troubleshoot any problems so we can improve the navigability of our website.
TYPES OF COOKIES:
1. Regarding the cookie’s ‘lifespam’ (how long the cookie is active in our system), there are two different types:
o Session cookies: temporary cookies which only exist during the time you use the website (or more strictly, until you close the browser after using the website), so that they are never stored in a user's hard disk. Information obtained through these cookies is used for analysing traffic patterns on the website. In the long run, they enable us to provide a better experience by improving content and helping with its use.
o Persistent cookies: designed to be stored in the user’s hard disk and our webpage accesses them every time you visit our domain. Persistent cookies have a fixed expiry date and stop working after it. These are commonly used to facilitate the purchase and registration processes.
2. Regarding the cookie’s use, there are:
o Stricly necessary cookies: These cookies are essential for the running of our website, and enable you to use the features of our services, such as making payments on services you have asked for. These are the cookies that make using our website possible.
Stricly necessary cookies can have different purposes such as:
• Allow communication only between the user’s device and the network.
• Strictly provide a service expressly requested by the user.
In these two cases we inform you that the user’s notification and consent for the installation of the aforementioned cookies are not required. Specifically, it has been concluded from the Article 29 Working Party Decision 4/20123, that the following cookies are exempt:
• User access cookies
• User identification or authentication cookies. (session cookies only).
• User security cookies.
• Multimedia player cookies.
• Load balancer session cookies.
• User interface customisation cookies.
• Plug-in cookies for exchanging social content
FOR THE REMAINING COOKIES, THE PREVIOUS INFORMATION AND THE USER’S CONSENT WILL BE REQUIRED.
• Functional Cookies: These cookies are used to improve the user’s experience when visiting our website. For example, functional cookies are used to store preferences set by users such as the preferred language.
• Analytical Cookies: These cookies let us analyse how our website is used so we can evaluate and improve our services.
• Advertising and Third-Party Cookies: These are cookies used by social media, or external content supplements such as Google Maps as well as cookies from advertising companies to publish ads relevant to the users’ interests.
DIRDAM LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS, S.L. stores all the information gathered through cookies in a non-personalized format (IP address). DIRDAM LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS, S.L. will not disclose the information provided by cookies to third-parties and it will not be used for unsolicited communications.
PRIVACY – COOKIES MANAGEMENT:
Find out more information about the recommended cookies settings and about how to enable, block and/or disable cookies on the support section of your web browser:
• Find out more about how to block cookies on Google Chrome
• Find out more about how to block cookies on Firefox
• Find out more about how to block cookies on Internet Explorer
• Find out more about how to block cookies on Safari
• Find out more about how to block cookies on Blackberry
• Find out more about how to block cookies on WindowsPhone
Many browsers allow users to activate a private-browsing option, under which cookies are always erased after their visits. This private browsing is known by various names, depending on each browser. You will find a list below of the most common web browsers and the different names for this "private browsing":
• Internet Explorer 8 or above; Private Browsing
• Safari 2 or above; Private Browsing
• Opera 10.5 or above; Private Browsing
• FireFox 3.5 or above; Private Browsing
• Google Chrome 10 or above; Incognito
LIST AND DESCRIPTION OF COOKIES:
The tables below summarize in a simplified way the cookies previously described that are used in the DIRDAM LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS, S.L. website.
Own cookies are those cookies that are sent to your computer and managed exclusively by us for the best functioning of our website. La información que recabamos se emplea para mejorar la calidad de nuestro servicio y tu experiencia como usuario. The information we collect is used to improve the quality of our service and your experience as a user.
Functional Cookies These cookies are used to improve the user’s experience when visiting our website. For example, functional cookies are used to store preferences set by users such as the preferred language and to keep the user’s account open after signing up.
Analytical Cookies These cookies allow us to analyse how our website is used so that we can measure and improve its functioning.
These cookies improve and manage the exposure to advertisements to the user while browsing the website, avoiding those that you have already seen, as well as publishing ads relevant to your interests.
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Identifies users, search filters, content functionalities.
Identifies that users have accepted the cookies notice.
Every 2 years