Policy about Cookies
During the navigation through the web we may compile information regarding the flow of traffic, as well as, the visit patterns of the pages on our domain site. This information will be dealt with through cookies (small quantities of information in the format of text which the Page sends to the computer or the user’s electronic appliance that he is using while visiting the same Page).
The aim of using cookies is to personalise the access to the Page with the intention of improving the navigation and the conditions for optimum functioning and, also, how to improve our service analysing the flow of visits.
At WW2live we comply with what is set out in the law of Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, provision which is covered in the transposition of the Directive 2009/136/CE, otherwise known as ''Law on Cookies''.
A cookie is a small text document stored on a computer, tablet or, ultimately, any electronic device that is used to navigate on the internet and it is able to save information regarding the frequency with which the web pages are visited, the browser preferences, the information that appeals most, the user's name, product registering, etc. Depending on the information that the cookies contain and how the computer is used, they can be used to recognise the user.
Types of cookies
Depending on their design purpose cookies can be classified into the following:
“Session Cookies” or “Persistent Cookies”: The former are eliminated on closing down the browser, while the latter remain on the computer's hardware.
“Personal Cookies” or “Third party Cookies”: depending whether they belong to the title holder of the website or a third party.
Our cookies do not identify the user personally but only give us anonymous statistical information about the browsing on our website however they can be deactivated directly in the settings on the user's web browser.
Likewise, Google has developed a supplementary cookie opt-out plug-in using Google Analytics for the most commonly used web browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari y Opera, which facilitates the installation opt out option for these cookies. More information about this can be obtained by visiting the external link that follows: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=es.
How cookies can be rejected?
You may set your browser to accept or reject the installation for all or any type of cookies or to request that you be notified when a cookie is placed on it.
Each web browser provides specific instructions for configuration. Below we provide you with the links with the relevant information for the aforementioned most frequently used web browsers