The owner of this website is Nicolás Rodríguez Castaño, S.L (TodoReloj® hereinafter) a Spanish trading company, incorporated for an indefinite period of time. To obtain more information about TodoReloj® and about the intended and permitted purposes and uses of this website, read the legal notice.
TodoReloj® respects the fundamental rights, public freedoms and the interests of all the people with whom it deals. For this reason, TodoReloj® respects all legal requirements regarding data protection, safeguarding, in accordance with them, the personal data that it collects and processes both as data controller and as the person in charge of processing data on behalf of third party entities.
Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that a server stores about a browser and its past, present, or both activity on your user’s computer. TodoReloj® web page servers place meta-information on the hard drive of your computer and mobile devices (devices, hereinafter) through your web browsers to allow TodoReloj® systems to recognize your browsers when you visit our website. in the future.
According to different classification criteria, cookies can be classified into the following types:
According to the issuer of the cookies:
According to the life cycle of cookies:
Depending on the purpose for which cookies are used:
It is also possible that, when visiting a web page or opening an email where an advertisement or promotion about our products or services is published, a cookie is installed in your browser that serves us both to later show you advertising related to the search that you have carried out, such as to develop a control of our advertisements in relation, for example, to the number of times they are seen, where they appear, what time they are seen, etc.
2.A. TodoReloj® own cookies
TodoReloj® on its website uses its own technical cookies on its website that are necessary for the proper functioning of the website.
2.B. Statistical and historical data
In addition to the two previous cookies, TodoReloj® uses Google Analytics on its website to obtain statistical and historical data on the use of the website by both non-registered users and registered users. These statistics are anonymous. To carry out these statistics we use the data that users provide us at the time of registration and the data that we collect through Google Analytics.
If you want more information about Google Analytics, we invite you to visit the following Google pages:
If you wish to opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics on any site, please visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
2 C. Personalization cookies and marketing cookies
TodoReloj® on its website does not use personalization cookies or behavioral advertising cookies on its website, unless you grant your express consent.
2.D. Cookie relationship
See cookie declaration accessible in the cookie curtain and below.
Social networks also collect information about the content you share on them through their own cookies. TodoReloj® has absolutely no control over the activity of said social networks. However, we remind you that all of them have their own privacy and cookie policies. As an example, below, we provide you with links to the legal documents of the three social networks with the most traffic in Spain, so that you can be informed:
Next, we explain how to delete cookies when you finish browsing our website:
If you use Google Chrome (v65 and later), access the “Clear browsing data” option through the “History” menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can decide what information you want to delete, including cookies.
If you use Firefox (v59 and later), access the “Clear history” option through the “History” menu within the “Privacy and Security” tab of the “Options” menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can decide what information you want to delete, including cookies.
If you are using Internet Explorer (v11), access the “Clear browsing data” option through the “Security” menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can decide what information you want to delete, including cookies.
If you are using Microsoft Edge (v87 and later), access the “Manage Browsing History” option through the “History” menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can decide what information you want to delete, including cookies.
If you use the AndroidChrome browser, access the “Security and privacy” option through the “Settings” menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can decide what information you want to delete, including cookies.
As you can see, the way it works is very similar in all browsers, so if you use a browser other than those mentioned, it will not be difficult to find the functionality to delete cookie data. You can also configure your system to automatically delete all cookies at the end of the browsing session.
If you still want to disable cookies after reading the above recommendation, you can stop your computer or device from storing our cookies. Here’s how to do it.
If you use Google Chrome, go to the “Customize and control Google Chrome” menu (usually in the upper right corner, just to the right of the address bar), click on the “Show advanced options” link and click on the option “Content Settings”. You will see the options available for cookies.
If you’re using Firefox, go to the “Tools” menu (usually in the menu bar, just above the address bar), click “Options” and click the “Privacy” tab. You will see the available options.
If you’re using Internet Explorer, go to the “Tools” menu (usually in the upper right corner, just to the right of your browser tabs), click the “Internet Options” option, and in the pop-up menu, click the “Security” tab. You can choose one of the security levels preset by Microsoft or customize your own security level.
If you use the AndroidChrome browser, access the “Settings” menu (usually in the upper right corner, right next to the button to open a new tab), click on the “Security and privacy” option and, in the pop-up menu, you can choose accept or not cookies.
If you use any other browser or platform, the process is very similar. In the help menus of each of them you can get information.
In addition, with your browser you can initiate private browsing so that your system does not store unwanted information on your hard drive. Pay attention when using this functionality and be properly informed about its use and scope, since not all browsers work in the same way and it is possible that even when browsing privately, information is collected through cookies.
You can see all the cookies that your browser stores on your hard drive or memory and, if you wish, delete them one by one. For example, if your operating system is Windows 10 and you use version 11 of the Internet Explorer browser, the cookies that this browser stores on your hard drive are usually located in the following path: C:UsersUserNamelAppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsINetCache.
Finally, you should know that most browsers provide information on how to avoid accepting new cookies, how to be notified when a new cookie is received, or how to disable cookies altogether. If you want to know more about how cookies work, we recommend that you consult the “help” that is displayed in the toolbars of your browsers (for example, pressing F1 on Windows computers will also access help).
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