Definition of Cookies

Cookies are small text files that a website to be visited by the user puts on your computer or on your mobile device via a web browser (browser). The placement of cookies helps the site to recognize your device the next time that you visit him.
Cookies we use the term in this context to refer to all files that collect information in this way.
The cookies used do not collect information that identifies the user. Cookies collect general information, including how users arrive and use the sites or the area of the country / countries through which access the site, etc.
Cookies only retain information regarding their preferences, while browsing the Sensual Radar.
Although it is not required to accept cookies when using the Sensual Radar, accept them will have its advantages such as being able to use all features and resources of the Social Network, as well as a better browsing experience.
At any time you can, through your web browser (browser) decide to be notified of the receipt of cookies and block the respective entry on your system.
The use of cookies refusal on the site, may make it impossible to access some of its areas or to receive personalized information.
What are cookies?
Cookies are used to help determine the usefulness, interest and the number of uses of the sites, allowing faster browsing and efficient and eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.
What kind of cookies we use?
Our cookies have different functions:
- Essential Cookies - Some cookies are essential to access specific areas of our site. Enabling navigation on the site and use its applications, such as accessing secure areas of the website via login. Without these cookies, services that require can not be provided.
- Analytical Cookies - We use these cookies to analyze how users use the site and monitor the performance of this. This allows us to provide a high quality experience to customize our offer and quickly identify and fix any problems that arise.
For example, we use performance cookies to find out what the most popular pages, what the connection method between pages that is more effective, or to determine why some pages are receiving error messages. Based on the use of the site, we can also use these cookies to highlight site items or services we think will be of interest to users. These cookies are used only for the purpose of creation and statistical analysis, never collect personal information.
- Functionality Cookies - We use cookies functionality to allow us to remember the user's preferences. For example, cookies avoid typing your user name each time you access this site.
Functionality also use cookies to provide advanced user services, such as making comments on an article. In summary, functional cookies store user preferences regarding the use of the site so that it does not need to reconfigure the site each time the visit.
- Third-party Cookies - These are used to measure the success of applications and the effectiveness of third-party advertising.
- Cookie advertising - They are used to target advertising based on the interests of each user, thus limiting the number of times the ad viewing. These cookies help to measure advertising effectiveness. However, they do not identify the user.
Cookies can be used:
- Permanent Cookies - They are stored at the level of web browser (browser) in their access devices (PC, mobile and tablet) and are used whenever the user makes a return visit to the site. They are typically used for direct navigation according to the user's interests, allowing us to provide a more personalized service.
- Session Cookies - These are temporary, remain in the cookies from your web browser (browser) to leave the site. The information obtained allows us to identify problems and provide a better browsing experience.
Cookies can be blocked?
As we explained cookies help us get the most out of our site.
Once you authorize the use of cookies, you can always disable some or all of our cookies. To this end, should follow the instructions of your browser.
We recall that to disable cookies, parts of our site may not work properly.
More information about cookies
You can find more general information about cookies through the page