ENG – Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Use of cookies on KIATT websites and applications
In compliance with Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, we inform you of the use of cookies on the web in order to facilitate and improve navigation to users, remembering by where you browsed the website, your username when registering, preferences and display settings, and offering each user information that may be of interest to you.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer or the device you use (Smartphone, tablet, connected television …) when accessing certain web pages or applications. Cookies allow, among other things, to collect statistical information, provide certain technical functionalities, store and retrieve information about the browsing habits or preferences of a user or their equipment and, depending on the information they contain and the way they are used their equipment can be used to recognize the user.

A cookie is stored on a computer in order to identify the browser while interacting with our websites or applications. A website can set a cookie in the browser if its preferences allow it. A browser only allows a website to access the cookies it sets, not those set by other websites. Third-party cookies are used on the websites, which allow anonymous statistical data to be collected on the visits received in order to track advertising campaigns that may be in effect at the time of the visit.

Why are cookies important?

KIATT uses these cookies for a) operational reasons: Balancing and limiting traffic as a method of service assurance; b) for ease of use: Make browsing on websites and applications easier and friendlier, for example, remembering aspects of the user such as their language, country, browser, etc … Certain cookies are essential for you to use web services.

KIATT in no case makes a record of the activities carried out by the user on the network or creates profiles of it.


Types of cookies used by KIATT:

Technical Cookies: to help improve the quality of our service, including storing user preferences, improving the selection of searches that are presented, search results, as well as tracking user trends. Cookies are also used on advertising media to help advertisers manage their advertising on the web.
Statistical cookies: they collect information about the visit date, the URL and the title of the visited web page. The reports generated with this information will be merely statistical, giving information about the browsing behavior anonymously.
Session cookies: they store information on the type of user on the web, saving the nickname to avoid entering it page by page, it also saves encrypted information and information about the user’s favorites.
Analytical Cookies: they are used to track the search engine from which the web has been visited and what search terms were used to find it, they calculate the time spent on the web in each session and the number of times that the user You have visited the page. Depending on the entity that manages cookies, they may be their own (managed by (KIATT) or third-party providers of technical, analytical or statistical services whose purpose is the provision of advertising on our websites and applications, helping advertisers to manage your advertising through the web, or improve your services, such as links to social networks that allow us to share our content.

Below are the third parties with which es.kiatt.com has agreements for the management of advertising services and that manage cookies through our websites, as well as their purpose.

These companies have their own privacy policies, which can be found at the following links:

Types of cookies by expiration

The cookies used in KIATT can have the following types of expiration:

  1. Session: With expiration once the user leaves the session.
  2. Of Service Related to some personalized service within the site, with expiration less than twenty-four hours (24h).
  3. Persistent: they are permanently installed in your browser and are activated every time you visit the site, as long as their use is not deactivated.