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COOKIES POLICY

Here you will find information about our cookie collection and management policy through our website www.ide.es (hereinafter, the “Web”).

 

Before starting to browse this Web, you will have the opportunity to authorize the use of all or some cookies, or to reject or manage them using the information available in the cookies notice. We remind you that you have the right to reject the cookies at any moment by managing the specific settings in the browser you are currently using.

  1. What are cookies and why are cookies used?

Cookies are data files that are downloaded to the user’s computer/smartphone/tablet when the user enters certain web pages.

Cookies enable the storage of certain data about the user device or browsing. The data are updated and recovered by the party responsible for the installation for a number of different purposes. For example, to obtain information about the browsing habits of the user or about their equipment, to see which pages they have visited, the length of connection time, the city to which the IP address used to enter the Web is allocated, the number of recidivism of the visits, the length of time of the visit, the browser or operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made, to analyze the operation of a web page, to detect technical problems, etc. In addition, depending on the information they contain and the way in which the terminal is used, cookies may be used to recognize the user.

In addition, there are other mechanisms and technologies for storing this type of information. This Web does not use tracking pixels or beacons or fingerprinting.

  1. What types of cookies are there?

Cookies are classified into three categories: according to the entity that manages the equipment or domain from which the cookies are sent and that processes the data; according to the period of time they remain active in the terminal equipment; and according to the purpose for which the data obtained is processed.

Depending on the origin, cookies are classified as:

  1. a) First-party cookies: cookies sent to the terminal equipment of the user from a device or domain managed by the editor and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
  2. b) Third-party cookies: cookies sent to the terminal equipment of the user from a device or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by a third party that processes the data obtained via the cookies.

Based on their duration, cookies may be:

 

  1. a) Session cookies: cookies designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page. They are regularly used to store information that is only relevant with regard to the provision of the service requested by the user in a single situation and they disappear once the session is closed.
  2. b) Persistent cookies: cookies in which data stay stored on the terminal and which can be accessed and processed for a period of time defined by the cookie manager, which may range from a few minutes to several years

 

 According to their purpose, cookies are classified into:

  1. a) Technical cookies: cookies that allow the user to browse a website and use the different options or services included on these, including those cookies used by the editor to allow operation and management of the website and enable its functions and services (identifying the session, accessing restricted access sections, remembering the items added to their cart, completing the payment process, managing payment, etc.)
  2. b) Preference or personalisation cookies: cookies that allow information to be remembered, so that the user may access the service under certain conditions that distinguish their experience from that of other users (language, number of search results to be displayed, region from which the service is accessed, etc.).
  3. c) Analytics or measurement cookies: cookies that allow the cookies manager to
    perform follow-up and analyses of user behaviour at the websites to which such cookies are linked; this includes a quantitative measurement of the impact of an advertisement.
  4. d) Behavioral advertising cookies: cookies which store information on user behaviour obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits. This enables the development of a specific profile to display advertising appropriate to this profile.
  5. Why is your consent important?

In accordance with the Law on Information Society Services and E-Commerce, IDE Electric, S.L. (hereinafter, “IDE”) may install cookies in the users' terminal devices on the condition that they have given their consent after being given clear and complete information on their use. The purpose of this policy is to provide this information in a manner that is of use to the user.

In accordance with the recommendations of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, IDE shall renew the consent provided by the users for the use of the cookies, at least every two years.

Nevertheless, it should be noted that not all cookies have the same consideration from a legal point of view.

Certain cookies, not considered as intrusive, which are necessary for browsing are exempt from the obligation to be informed. These are cookies which allow communication between the user computer and the network, and those which exclusively provide a service expressly requested by a user, as for example:

  • User access cookies.
  • User identification or authentication (session cookies only).
  • User security cookies.
  • Media player session cookies.
  • Session cookies for load balancing.
  • Cookies for user interface personalisation.
  • Plug-in cookies to exchange contents from social media.
  1. Information about the cookies used on this Web Site

This Web uses cookies for technical and analytical purposes. The table below lists all the cookies, first- and third-party, used on the Website:

Owner

Name

Expiry date

Purpose

Further information

IDE

ide_leng

10 years

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IDE privacy policy

IDE

_ga

2 years

Analytical cookie, used by Google Analytics. Registers a unique identity which is used to generate statistical data about how the visitor uses the web. For example, how many times they visit the web, or when was the first and last time they visited it.

Use of Google Analytics cookies

IDE

_gat

1 day

Analytical cookie. Used by Google Analytics to control the request rate.

Use of Google Analytics cookies

IDE

_gid

1 day

Analytical cookie, used by Google Analytics. Registers a unique identity which is used to generate statistical data about how the visitor uses the web.

Use of Google Analytics cookies

IDE

PHPSESSID

Session

Technical cookie. Saves the user states in all the page requests. Allows session variables to be saved on the web server

IDE privacy policy

IDE

_gat_UA*

Session

Analytical cookie. Cookie installed by Google Analytics, a variant of _gat. It is a pattern type cookie, where the pattern element on the name contains the unique identity number of the account or website it relates to.

Use of Google Analytics cookies

IDE

msgcookie

Session

Technical cookie. Used to confirm whether the user accepts or rejects the cookies.

IDE privacy policy

 

The message clearly states that the use of the cookies described does not imply profiling which involves automated individual decision-making by IDE, with legal consequences for the user or which significantly affect them in a similar way.

The remaining information required by Article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016, on General Data Protection can be found in our Privacy Policy.

If you identify any cookie about which you may not been informed, you may contact us via e-mail dpo@ide.es and we will proceed to identify the cookie and its declaration.

  1. Information about international transfers

The use of third-party cookies used on this Web implies the transfer of user data to third countries located outside the European Economic Area.

For further information about transfers to third counties made by the third-parties identified in the previous paragraph, consult the corresponding policies using the links (“Further information”) included in the table in the previous section. 

  1. Information about how to accept, reject or withdraw consent for the use of cookies

You can manage the cookies in your browser settings. The browser settings vary according to the developer and the version. Therefore, to manage the cookies, you should consult the corresponding settings in your browser.

Most browsers can be configured not to accept cookies, so that you are notified each time you receive a new cookie, or to deactivate them completely. To control the use of your information, you should configure your terminal browser to suit your requirements.

The following links contain further information about the cookie settings in the different browsers:

IDE will regularly update the above links in this Cookies Policy. Nevertheless, sometimes these may not correspond to the latest version published by the developer of your browser.

Useful resources are also available, offering detailed information about the types of cookies, how they are used and how you can manage your cookie preferences in All About Cookies.

If you wish to have greater control over the installation of cookies, you can install programmes or browser plug-ins, known as “Do Not Track” tools, which will allow you to select which cookies you wish to permit.

  1. Responsibility

The information collected by cookies and similar technologies is stored in the user browser. However, it is not technically possible to fully guarantee the specific user settings with respect to the acceptance of cookies. IDE may limit their own cookies, but the configuration of certain third-party cookies may be beyond our control as they are programmed as web add-ons on which we are technically not able to operate.

The only way to fully guarantee the selection is for you, the user, to configure the browser settings to suit your preferences.

In some cases it will be necessary to install cookies so that the browser does not forget your decision not to accept them.

Some of the services provided on this Web contain links to third-party applications, services, tools and webs, which you may use at the same time as third-party applications, services, tools and webs which are not linked to IDE. IDE does not accept responsibility for the safety or transparency of the information about your privacy provided to users by third-parties.

We recommend you review the use of cookies and privacy policies of the applications, social networks and websites of services that you use regularly.

  1. Modification of the Cookies Policy

This Cookies Policy may be modified whenever there are changes to the configuration and/or use of the cookies.

In order to maintain maximum transparency with the user, IDE will always maintain the latest version published on this Web, giving the date of update at the end of this page.

 

Last update: 30/10/2020