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Cookie Policy

What are not cookies:
They are not virus, spam, trojan, worm, spyware, or advertising files, whether static on the page or in a pop-up window format.

Where they are kept
In any browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) and not in the user. To check this, you can enter the same web domain and check it in two different browsers, where you can see that the settings can be different in each browser or in the private window of the same browser.

What if I don’t activate it?
For example, the following effects of unauthorized use of cookies could be:

The selected products will not be loaded into the store, so a shopping cart will not be created, which will prevent the ability to complete the purchase of the desired products.

You cannot access the customer area, personal area, or an area that requires confirmation
The data needed to analyze the website cannot be collected so I don’t know how to improve
You cannot share the website content on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

You cannot comment on the blog
You cannot use a social network as they all use cookies to offer their service.

Third-party advertisements cannot be displayed which reduces income for those who use this modality (it’s not my case, I don’t use per-click ads, but I still use them for information).

On certain websites, your surfing may be considered spam as it cannot be identified
This list is for illustrative purposes only and is not limiting.

How to exercise your rights
You can deactivate the cookies that you do not want to use at any time and change your consent as indicated in the cookie definition section in this policy.

How to delete all cookies
You can delete and / or block cookies for everything you browse or for a specific web domain. This configuration must be made in every browser. If you run them in one browser rather than the rest of the same device, it will be assumed that you accept the use of cookies in the others. I can’t do this for you, you have to do it in a responsible and special way in every browser and / or device you want.

Since each browser has different configurations, you should refer to the help section of each browser to see the specific case. This section mentions the most common. However, this may vary due to updates to the browser or the operating system you are using. The best part is that you always go to your browser’s user guides. These links I leave you are for guidance only.

Chrome: Go to Menu – Settings (on Mac: Settings) – Advanced Settings – Privacy – Here you can choose whether to configure cookies or delete existing cookies. For more information, see Chrome Help.

Internet Explorer: Go to Tools – Internet Options – Privacy – Privacy – Configuration – Advanced Options. Configure the one you want. Further information can be found in the help of the browser.

Firefox: Go to Menu – Settings – Privacy – Show Cookies – Configure to your liking. Further information can be found in the help of the browser.

Safari: Safari – Settings – Privacy – Make the desired configuration. Refer to Apple Help for more information.

If you want more information
You can communicate with me at any time by email: hallo@everodriguez.com