¿What are “Cookies” and what are they used for?
Cookies and other similar technologies (like local shared objects, flash
Cookies, web beacons bugs, etc.) are text files, images or routines that
the website you visit installs or executes in the users’ computer or
dispositive (PC, smartphone, tablet, etc.) to register their activity
and navigation habits.
In that sense, they refer to whatever device of storage and recover of
data that is been used in the user’s system with the finality to storage
information and recover the data that have already been stored, always
looking for the users’ best experience of navigation.
¿Who is responsible of the Cookies’ use in this website?
- PERRELET, S.A. (from now on, the COMPANY).
- Rue Bubenberg, 7, 2502, Biel/Bienne (Suiza)
Entity inscribed in the Canton of Bern Commercial Registry:
Phone number: + 41 (0) 32 346 26 26, Fax number +41 (0) 32 346 26 27.
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
¿Which kind of Cookies uses this website?
We have classified the Cookies that can be found in this website
following these criteria:
a) Entity which manages them:
Our Cookies: these Cookies are the ones that are sent to the
user’s device from an environment managed by the editor and from where
the requested service is provided.
Third party Cookies: these are those that are sent to the
user’s device from an environment that is not managed by the editor
but by another entity which treats the data obtained by the Cookies.
b) Its duration:
Session/temporary Cookies: this kind of Cookies is the one
designed to collect and store data while the user access to a webpage.
Usually, they are used to store information that only interests to
keep during the provision of the requested service in just one
occasion (i.e. a list of acquired products). We mostly use session
Cookies, which are going to be deleted from the hardware once the
browser is closed. These Cookies are useful to manage, for example,
the list of the products the user is going to acquire.
Permanent/persistent Cookies: this kind of Cookies are the ones
in which data will get stored in the terminal and so they can be
accessed and treated during a specific period of time by the Cookies’
manager. Its period can be from a couple of minutes to years. We also
use persistent Cookies that are going to be stored in the users’
hardware for a longer time. These Cookies have the finality of
adjusting the navigation according to the users’ interests and wishes,
offering a more comfortable navigation through the website.
c) By its finality:
Technical or functional Cookies:
these are the ones that allow the users their navigation through a
website, platform or application, and the use of different options and
services that are available there, i.e. traffic control, data
communication, session identification, to Access to a restricted area,
remember a list from a shopping cart, to shop, to manage the
inscription and participation in an event, to use security elements
during the navigation, to store content for media diffusion or to
share content through social networks.
Personalization Cookies: these are Cookies that enable the
user to access the service pursuant to certain general, predefined
characteristics according to a range of criteria on the user’s
terminal, such as i.e. language, browser type used to access the
service, regional configuration from where the service is accessed,
Analysis Cookies: those enable its owner to monitor and analyze
the behaviour of the users of the website to which they are linked.
The information gathered through this kind of Cookies is used to
measure the activity of the website, platform or application and for
profiling navigation of users of the website, platform or application,
ir order to improve the website using those analyses.
Advertising Cookies: these are Cookies that enable us to manage
the offer of the advertising space on the web page as efficiently as
possible, adapting the ad content and frequency to the content of the
service requested or the use you make of our web page.
How do they work?
Once you access to the COMPANY website for the very first time, a pop-up
message will appear informing about the use of own and third party
Cookies, along with their finality, advertising that if the user want to
use the website with all its functionalities, is essential to accept the
Cookies’ use. If USERS continue their navigation, we may considerer that
they accept the use of our functional Cookies and personalization
What do not Cookies do on this website?
Cookies enable our systems just to identify the browser or/and device,
not giving away more information or personal data from the user.
The Cookies we use do not store sensitive personal-identification
information such as your address, your password, the details of your
credit or debit card, etc...
If you want to disable Cookies on this website bearing in mind the
on your browser, and then delete the Cookies stored on your browser
associated with this website.
¿How can Cookies be disabled and deleted?
The Cookies used by this website can be restricted, blocked, or erased
at any time by changing the configuration of your browser in accordance
with the instructions given below.
Although each browser is different, normally Cookies can be configured
using the ‘Settings’ or ‘Tools’ menu. The browser’s help menu will also
provide more information on how to configure Cookies. Below you will
find links for each type of browser in order to disable Cookies by
following the instructions there:
Internet Explorer (http://goo.gl/vFM6gb)
- Below the “tools” menu, you may click on ‘Internet Options’.
- Click on the privacy tab.
You can configure your privacy settings using a cursor with six
positions that allows you to control the quantity of Cookies that will
be installed: Block all Cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default
setting), Low, and Accept all Cookies.
Mozilla Firefox (http://goo.gl/QXWYmv)
- At the top of the Firefox window click on the Tools menu.
- Select Options.
- Select the Privacy panel.
Under the Firefox option you can select Use a customized configuration
for your history in order to configure the options.
Google Chrome (http://goo.gl/fQnkSB)
- Click on the menu located in the toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click on Show advanced settings.
Under the ‘Privacy’ section click on the Content Settings button.
- Under the ‘Cookies’ sections you can customize your options.
In the “Settings” menu, you may click on the ‘preferences’ option.
- Open the privacy tab.
Click on the option you want from the section entitled ‘block
Remember that certain features and the full functions of the Website
may not be available after you disable Cookies.
If you do not want to be tracked by Cookies, Google has developed a
plug-in that can be installed on its browser, which you can access by
following this link: