Cookies policy SANJOCAR SA
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the hard drive of the computer used when browsing the internet, regardless of the type of computer that is used, whether this is a computer, a tablet, a smartphone, a video game console connected to the Internet, among others.
What are the cookies on our website used for?
Through our website cookies are used to collect data related to the use analysis that the customer gives to our website. The purpose of the cookie is to adapt the content of the website to your profile and particular needs. In addition, they are used to help improve the service we offer by measuring the use and performance of the page to optimize and customize it.
Third Party Cookies:
Our website will have links from different social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or as the Google search engine. It should also be noted that our website does not control cookies used by third parties.
For more information about cookies on social networks or other third-party websites, we recommend reviewing your own cookie policies.
What cookies are used?
Attached in table H1 you can find the various cookies used on our website and the purpose of each of these.
These cookies allow you to connect to the Member account and identify yourself during your visit to the page..
Persistent user interface customization cookies
These cookies allow you to customize and maintain your browsing preferences (for example, keeping a user’s preferred language from one page to another).
Cookies for the sole purpose of allowing or facilitating the use of the functionalities and services of our website
These cookies allow to maintain the preferences and actions of the user when using the functionalities and services, in order to generate pop-ups or information, which allows to simplify the user’s interactions with the page.
Cookies related to advertising operations
They are used to display specific ads based on an analysis of your browsing on our page..
Cookies for audience measurement
These cookies help to better understand the behaviour of our users and to know the audience of the page. The analysis of the data collected through your cookies helps to improve the page.
Social media cookies generated by social media sharing buttons
These cookies allow you to share content from the site on social networks.
ession cookies created by a media player (YouTube, Dailymotion, ...)
These cookies allow the operation of media players.
Third party cookies
Cookies installed by third parties and related to advertising spaces, which allow enriching a database they use, in particular with navigation data
Is there any risk associated with accepting a cookie?
No, cookies are simply small databases and cannot perform any operation individually.
The company Sanjocar, S.A., guarantees that it complies with all legal obligations regarding cookies. Also, in order to obtain your consent, when browsing our website, an information banner about cookies will appear and requesting your consent for their installation. This banner will not disappear as long as you have not continued browsing, that is, as long as you have not gone to another section of our page or clicked on any element of the page (image, link, button). In addition, it is important to take into account that at the time of your navigation it is considered that your consent has been granted and results in the installation of cookies.
The period of validity of the consent for the placement of Cookies is a maximum of 13 months. At the end of this period, consent must be obtained again. Therefore, our cookies have a maximum duration of 13 months after the first placement on your device.
In order to respect your privacy, we want to assure you that the mere fact of visiting our site does not constitute the granting of consent for the installation of cookies. Likewise, simply clicking on the link in the information banner that allows the installation of cookies does not constitute an acceptance of your installation.
As long as you have not given your consent, no Cookie will be placed on your computer.
The refusal of your consent to the installation of cookies does not prevent access to our website.
There are cookies that are not subject to the requirement of consent, situations that are detailed below:
- Cookies "shopping cart" for a trading page;
- Cookies "account credentials", for the duration of a session, or Persistent Cookies limited to a few hours in some cases;
- Authentication Cookies;
- Account Cookies created by a media player;
- Load balancing session cookies ("load balancing");
- Some solutions for audience measurement analysis (analytics);
- Persistent Cookies for user interface customization (language choice or presentation).
In the case of other cookies, their placement is subject to your consent. By continuing to browse our site or by using our features, you consent to the placement of these cookies. You can also exercise or withdraw your consent here: [WU2]
Do you accept the placement and reading of cookies so that we can analyze your navigation to offer you targeted advertising?
Do you accept the placement and reading of cookies in order to share the contents of our page with others or for others to know your reading or opinion ("Do I like" Facebook buttons, for example)?
Do you accept the placement and reading of cookies to allow audience measurement?
How can I object to the installation of third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies are managed differently depending on the web browser used.
Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings (located at the bottom of the page).
You must then click the Content Settings button, then tick the Block Cookies and Third Party Pages Data box, and finally click OK to validate your choice.
Menu > Options > Tab "Privacy".
Set the "Retention Rules" menu in "Use custom settings for history". Finally, uncheck the "Accept third party cookies" box
INTERNET EXPLORER: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
Menu > Internet Options > Tab "Privacy", then you must click the "Advanced" button to display the Advanced Privacy Settings window. Then check the box "Override automatic cookie management" and select "Reject" in the "Third Party Cookies" column.