Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are widely used small files or devices that are installed in the user’s browser with the purpose of storing, recovering or updating data. They allow the website maintainer to determine the preferences of users when navigating through their website and personalise the services offered based on these preferences.
At CETEST we use our own and third party cookies, which allow us to carry out an analysis of use and measurement in order to ensure that our websites function correctly so we can improve our services.
The third party cookies that are used to obtain information on visits, measure and analyse browsing on the website and personalise some services, are the property of Google Analytics, Google, Google Maps and Youtube. CETEST, as well as Google Analytics, Google, Google Maps and Youtube, have access to the data collected by the devices, the property of the latter.

Types of cookies

Depending on their purpose, cookies may be:
• Technical cookies: these are necessary for browsing. Without them the page would not function properly (user login cookies for on-line shopping baskets, multimedia player session, etc.)
• Personalisation or configuration cookies: these allow the page to recognise the user’s language, the font size, etc.
• Security cookies: prevent or hamper attacks against the website or other users.
• Analytics cookies: these allow user activity to be measured and to prepare browsing statistics.
• Advertising cookies: these manage the frequency and content of adverts.
• Behavioural advertising cookies: these store information on users in order to display personalised advertising to them.

Control of cookie use

Although the majority of browsers automatically accept cookies, you may modify the configuration of your browser to permit, block or delete the cookies installed in your equipment.

  • How to configure the cookies in Internet Explorer.
  • How to configure the cookies in Google Chrome.
  • How to configure the cookies in Firefox.
  • How to configure the cookies in Safari.