In some cases, FAGOR AUTOMATION automatically collects certain information by visiting this website or through emails that we exchange. Automated technologies may include the use of web server logs to collect information about IP addresses, cookies and web beacons. Gathering this information will help gain a greater understanding and to improve the performance, usability and effectiveness of FAGOR AUTOMATION websites.
1.- What are cookies?
Cookies are files sent to the browser by a web server in order to record user activities during its navigation and remember when the USER revisits the WEBSITE, facilitating the use and navigation of the same. Cookies only collect statistical, and therefore anonymous, information. Cookies are only associated with your browser (the software you use to navigate) and therefore its identity as USER and the contents of your computer are completely anonymous to us. Cookies do not provide us with personal information about users.
Cookies that collect data on usage analysis of the web are used. These cookies are used to help improve customer service, measuring the use and performance of the WEBSITE, to optimize and customize it. Ultimately serve to make the information that they show you more efficient.
This page may also include links to social networks (like Twitter). FAGOR AUTOMATION does not control cookies used by these external websites. For more information on cookies or other social networking external websites, we recommend reviewing their own cookies policies.
3.- How many types of cookies are there?
Cookies can be classified according to the entity that manages them (own or third party) according to the length of time they remain active (session or persistent) or according to their purpose (technical, customization, analysis or advertising among others).
The cookies used on this WEBSITE are at any rate temporarily for the sole purpose of making more efficient later transmission and are associated only with an anonymous USER and his computer. Under no circumstances will cookies be used to collect personal information.
Depending on their duration, cookies are divided into session cookies (automatically deleted when the USER closes the browser) and persistent cookies that are stored longer in the browser. These cookies are automatically deleted when the purpose for which they serve is met or are manually.
Depending on their purpose, there are several types of cookies. Technical cookies are those that are essential and strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the web. In other more complex websites, there are cookies for customization, analysis and advertising (own and others) that help both the configuration of the web and the use of different options and services offered (languages, colors, text size, preferred sections, access to a specific menu, etc.).
4.- How can you configure cookies?
All modern browsers allow you to change the setting of cookies. These settings normally found in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ menu of your browser. By configuring your browser options, you can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your computer.