What are cookies? Cookies are small data files that are received by the terminal from the visited website and are used to record certain browsing interactions. These files are stored on the user's computer and contain anonymous data that can be updated and retrieved in the future and are not harmful to the computer. They are used to remember user preferences such as the selected language, access data or page customization.

Cookies can also be used to collect anonymous information about how a visitor browses a website. For example, from which web page they have accessed, or if they have used an advertising banner to arrive.

Why does CPI EUROPE´s website use cookies? CPI EUROPE´s website uses the strictly necessary cookies so that the user, when browsing the website, can move freely, access secure areas, personalized options, etc.

What type of cookies does the CPI EUROPE website use?

According to purpose:

Technical cookies. These are essential and strictly necessary for the proper functioning of a Web portal, the different browsing options and the services it offers. This group includes those that serve for the maintenance of the session, the management of the response time, the performance or validation of options, the use of security elements, the publication of shared content on social networks, etc.

Personalization cookies. These files allow the user to specify or customize some characteristics of the general options of the Web page. For example, define the language, a regional configuration or the type of browser.

Analytical cookies. Analytical cookies are those used by the website to create navigation profiles and to know the preferences of users in order to improve the offer of products and services. Specifically, those that observe which geographical areas are of most interest to a user, which product has more acceptance, etc.

According to term:

Session cookies. These are those that are active while the user is browsing the Web page and are deleted upon completion.

Persistent cookies These cookies are stored for a time in the user's terminal, in such a way that they maintain the chosen preferences without having to repeat certain parameters each time the website is visited.

What happens if the user does not accept the authorization of cookies? If the user continues browsing the website without expressly rejecting the cookie policy, it will be understood that they have accepted their use.

If, on the contrary, the visitor rejects or deletes the navigation cookies, it will not be possible to maintain their preferences on the CPI EUROPE website, some characteristics of the pages will not be operational, some personalized services will not be offered and your authorization will be requested for the use of cookies each time you access this site.

If, even so, the user decides to modify the configuration of access to the Web page, they can eliminate the cookies at any time or prevent this information from being recorded on their computer by changing the browser preferences.

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