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Cookies policy


The access to this website implies cookies being used by us. This cookies policy indicates what they are, what type of cookies exist, and how the user can manage their use.

What are cookies?

The cookies are files which are stored and recover information when browsing the website. They can serve a wide range of functions such as, for example, recognising the user, obtaining information about their browsing habits, or personalising the way that content is shown.

The specific uses that we use this technology for are described in this cookies policy.

There are different types of cookies according to who they belong to, what those cookies are used for and for how long they remain on the user’s devices, which will be summarised below:

The types of cookies which exist according to who they belong to include:

1. First-party cookies: are those which the website owner sends to the user’s device or browser.

1. Third-party cookies: are those which third-party entities sent to the user’s device and are managed by said third-party entities.

In the table shown in the following section, the third-party cookies are those whose provider is not the website owner but rather the entities indicated in the table.

The types of cookies which exist according to what they used for include:

1. Technical cookies: are those which allow the user to be able to browse the website correctly, and correctly access all of its sections. They ensure, for example, the security of the website, among other things.

These cookies do not require the user to consent to their installation, because they are not used for marketing reasons, but rather to ensure that the website functions correctly.

2. Preference or personalisation cookies: are those which allow the recording of user preferences on the website, such as for example, the language, depending on the region the service is being accessed from, or the number of results to show when a user carries out a search. These cookies do not require the user’s consent either if it is the user his/herself who chooses those characteristics (for example, selecting the language of a website by clicking on the flag icon of the corresponding country), as this is considered to be a service expressly requested by the user, provided that the cookies follow exclusively the selected outcome.

3. Analysis or measurement cookies: are those cookies which allow the analysis of user behaviour on the website, thus permitting the ability to know which content is more interesting to the user, and the user being able to find what they are looking for more easily. It also analyses the level of user return visits, in other words, if they return to the website to be able to improve the most visited areas.

Although it is unlikely that these cookies imply any risk for the user’s privacy, because they tend to use pooled data (which does not identify the user) and for statistical purposes, the current directive does require the user’s consent to be able to use the cookies on the user’s device and/or browser.

4. Behaviour marketing cookies: are those which store user information by following their browsing habits. This permits being able to show advertising about their interests, both of the website owner as well as third parties.

Installing these cookies on the user’s device or browser requires their consent.

What type of cookies are used on this website?

Once the different types of cookies that exist have been presented, this table will indicate the cookies used on this website.

Those cookies which are not indicated as technical or personalisation cookies, will only be installed on a user’s browser or device if the user accepts the cookies by clicking on the ‘Accept’ button in the banner which appears when entering the website for the first time.

Accepting, rejecting, revoking the consent, or eliminating cookies

Once the cookies have been accepted by the user by clicking on the Accept button, if the user wants to delete cookies at a later date they can do so from the configuration button that will be accessible on the website or, by defect, from the browser configuration menu. To do so, it will be necessary to consult the browser’s instructions. There are also extensions which exist for the different browsers, which can be configured to avoid the installation of cookies.

The user can avoid the installation of Google Analytics in relation to their use of the website by downloading and installing the browser add-on available via this link.

It is also possible to to allow, block, or delete cookies installed via the configuration options in the browser:

Firefox browser:

Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Personalised Settings.

For further information, you can consult the following link.

Chrome browser:

Settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings

For further information, you can consult the following link.

Safari browser

Preferences -> Security

For further information, you can consult the following link.

Updates and changes to the Cookies policy

BKOOL can amend this Cookies Policy in accordance with the legislative demands, directives, or with the aim of adapting the aforementioned policy for improvements.

When any significant changes to this Cookies policy take place, the user will be informed via an informative message on the website.