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Our Cookie Policy -

Just like the majority of internet websites, this site uses cookies to optimise user experience. Below you will find detailed information about what cookies are, what type of cookie this website uses, how you can disable them on your browser and how to stop third-parties from installing cookies.

What are cookies and how do we use them at

Cookies are files that the website or application you are using installs on your browser or device (smart phone, tablet or internet-enabled television) whilst you are browsing the site’s pages or application. They are used to store information about your visit. Just like the majority of internet sites, uses cookies to:

  • Ensure that its websites function correctly.
  • Store your preferences, chosen language and font size.
  • Know more about your browsing experience.
  • Collect anonymous statistical information such as what sites you visited and how long you spent browsing.

By using cookies we can optimise your browsing experience by adapting the information and services we offer to fit your interests. In this way we can provide you with a better experience whenever you visit us. uses cookies to operate, adapt and facilitate browsing as much as possible.

Cookies are linked to an anonymous user and his/her computer or device. They do not provide any reference that would reveal personal data. You can access your browser’s set up at all times to modify or block the installing of cookies sent by without that preventing content access. However, the quality of service operation may be affected.

Users who have completed the registration process or who have logged in using their access data will be able to access customised services, adapted to their preferences, that reflect the personal information provided at the time they registered and the information stored in their browser’s cookie.

Kirolprobak’s marketing e-mail tools include tiny images (invisible to the user) in its e-mails. This technology allows us to know whether an e-mail has been read or not, on what day, the IP address it was consulted from, etc. We use this information to produce statistical and analytical reports on the sending and receiving of e-mails, to improve the services users have subscribed to and to offer them information that may be of interest.

Why are they important?

  • Technically, cookies make websites faster and better adapted to each individual user’s needs by, for example, storing the language or currency of a country or recognising an access device.
  • They set protection and safety levels to prevent or hamper cyber attacks on the website or user.
  • They assist website managers in obtaining statistical information collected by the cookies and thus improve service quality and experience.
  • They are used to optimise the adverts we show users, offering products that are best adapted to their interests.

What different kinds of cookies do we use at

  • Session cookies expire when the user leaves the website or closes his/her browser: i.e. they are active whilst the user visits the website and are deleted from the computer once he/she has left.
  • Permanent cookies expire either when they have achieved their objective or when they are manually deleted. They have a deletion date and are normally used during an on-line purchase process, customisation or when registering, so users do not have to continually key in their password.

    Additionally, depending upon which organisation is managing the equipment or domain the cookies are being sent from and processing the data obtained, there is a difference between that organisation’s own cookies and those coming from third parties.
  • Our own cookies are the ones we send to your computer and manage exclusively ourselves to improve the website’s operation. The data we collect from them is used to improve the quality of the service we offer and your experience as a user.
  • If you interact with the content of our website, third party cookies may also be sent (for example if you click on social website icons or watch videos hosted on another website). Third party cookies are those created by a domain different from that of our website. We cannot access the data stored in the cookies of other websites when you browse them.
Browsing this portal means the following types of cookies can be installed:
Cookie type Description Example of use

These cookies are used to improve your browsing experience and optimise the functioning of our website.

They store settings so you don’t have to re-enter them every time you visit us.

  • Volume settings for videos and sound files
  • Optimising video broadcasting speeds
  • Storing any on-line purchases made in a “shopping trolley/cart”

These cookies are used to store computer/device location data and thus offer you more appropriate content or services

  • To provide country, city or language –specific content.

Registration cookies are created when you register or when you log on to one of our web portals.

  • If you close your browser you will stay logged in and can carry on using the portal when you return, unless you disconnect or log out.
  • To access certain areas of our web portal, for example to take part in a competition.

These cookies collect completely anonymous information regarding your browsing experience in our portal.

  • We can count the number of hits a site has, or the content area most visited.
  • We know if the user browsing a site is a first-timer or repeat visitor.
  • This information can help us improve your browsing experience and provide you with a better service.

These cookies collect information about the adverts shown to each anonymous user on our web portals.

  • To adapt the adverts to the kind of device the person is using.
  • To provide advertisements managed by ad-servers, that are shown on the page in real time

Some of’s services may use connectors to social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, etc. By using a social register, you authorise the social media site to store a persistent cookie. This cookie remembers your id and makes any subsequent visits a lot quicker. The cookie can be deleted and you can cancel all access permission to in the privacy settings of the specific social media site.

How can I control cookie settings?

By browsing our website you consent to the use of cookies according to the conditions contained within this Cookies Policy. provides access to its Cookies Policy as soon as a user registers, to make sure that he/she is well informed. This does not affect his/her right to block, delete or reject cookie use at any time.

In any case, we inform you that since cookies are not necessary to use our website, you can block them or disable them by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to decline all or some of them. The vast majority of browsers will either warn of the presence of cookies or decline them automatically. If you decline them, you can carry on using our website although the use of some of its services may be limited and hence your experience on our website may be less satisfactory.

Below is a list of links for the main browsers and devices, providing you with all the necessary information regarding how to manage cookies.

If you require more detailed additional information about cookie or preference settings by providers, visit Your Online Choices portal.

Do we update our Cookies Policy?

We may occasionally update our websites’ Cookies Policy and for this reason we recommend that you review our policy every time you access our website so that you are well informed about how and why we use cookies.

Our Cookies Policy was last updated on the 14th January, 2014.