This website is owned by MIGUEL TORRES, S.A. (hereinafter, TORRES). Our website installs first and third-party cookies in accordance with that established in this Policy. You can alter the settings regarding the cookies you want to install, depending on the category.
Through the cookie settings, or by accepting the cookie notice, you consent to informed or set cookies being installed (unless you've modified your browser setting to reject all or certain cookies by default).
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file containing small amounts of data that are downloaded and installed on your device/terminal when you visit our website. Cookies are then returned to the original website on subsequent visits, or to another website that recognises the cookie in question. Cookies are useful because they can store and retrieve information about the number of visits, the user's or their computer's browsing habits and, depending on the information cookies contain and how the device is used, they can also be used to recognise the user and improve the website's user experience.
You can find more information about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org/es.
2. Which cookies does the website install?
See our cookie settings to find out what kind of cookies we use on our website. In any case, they can be one of the following types:
Necessary (technical) cookies
This website uses technical cookies, which enable users to browse the website, as well as use the different options or services offered, such as identifying the session, remembering an order, asking to register for or take part in an event, the use of security measures while browsing, storing content to share videos or sound, language settings, etc.
This website may use preference cookies, which enable data from previous browsing sessions of a website to be remembered and to change its appearance or behaviour, as well as to improve the website's user experience For example, such cookies enable the region you're accessing the site from, the language selected, etc. to be remembered.
If these cookies are disabled, some functions may not be available while browsing.
Statistical (analytical) cookies
This website uses analytical cookies to collect information about the user's activity on the website and also general website activity. The information collected enables us to optimise the browsing experience for our website and ensure users receive the best service by knowing, for example, the number of pages visited, the language used, the frequency and repetition of visits, their duration and the browser used, among other variables. Users can exclude the actions of such cookies via our cookie settings, via the exclusion systems provided by analytical tools or their own browser settings.
Marketing (advertising) cookies
This website uses advertising cookies that enable the effective management of the website's advertising spaces, normally by third parties that manage advertising spaces, and also enable us to adapt advertising content to ensure it's relevant to the user and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen, as well as to limit the amount of advertising shown to each user.
In accordance with their own policies, some advertising managers may use anonymous cookies to display ads of interest to you when you visit other websites. Users can exclude the actions of such cookies via our cookie settings or their own browser settings.
3. How can cookies be disabled or deleted?
At any time users can accept or refuse the installation of cookies, or refuse the installation of a certain type of cookie such as statistical or marketing cookies.
If so desired, you can change your preferences via the links below.
Users can also enable the following should they wish to stop cookies from being installed:
- Private or incognito browsing, whereby your browser no longer stores your browsing history, website passwords, cookies or other information on the sites you visit, or
- The non-tracking function, whereby the browser asks the websites you visit not to track your browsing habits in order to, for example, show you adverts you might be interested in on the sites you visit.
We recommend you consult your browser's Help section for information on the various options for managing cookies. Please note that blocking cookies may affect all or some of the functions on our website.
The following table provides links to more information on how to manage or disable cookies for the most popular browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
The above links may be updated by the companies developing these browsers. TORRES will make all reasonable effort to keep the above list duly updated. However, if any link does not work or is out of date, you can go to the "Help" menu of your browser.
If you wish to have more control over the installation of cookies, you can install programs or plug-ins in addition to your browser known as "Do Not Track" tools, which will enable you to choose which cookies you allow.
4. How can I stop third-party cookies from being installed?
When you visit our website for the first time, we offer you the chance to configure which cookies you want to install. You may object to any particular category of cookie being installed except technical cookies, which are necessary for the website to function properly.
Similarly, and as already mentioned, users can, at any time, refuse the installation of a certain type of cookie by altering their own browser settings.
If you have consented to a specific category of cookie being installed via the initial consent message but later wish to stop them being installed or stored, you must first delete the cookies already installed via your browser settings then reconfigure your settings to enable only those cookies you wish to be installed.
Some of our providers also have a direct system to stop their cookies from being installed. The table below provides information on such suppliers and the relevant links:
Please note that if you delete cookies from your browser at any time, your opt-out settings for previous providers may be deleted and you'll need to oppose their installation again.
5. Other information we can collect on users
In addition to the information collected through cookies, we may use other similar technologies such as tracking pixels or web beacons. Tracking pixels are small snippets of code managed via a third-party URL that allows information to be gathered about how the website is used, ultimately for analytical and advertising purposes.
Tracking pixels can: gather information such as the browser used, the IP address, the frequency and duration of the visit, as well as track the actions carried out by users at the website (purchases added to the basket, products purchased or referrals to other websites, newsletters opened, actions that generate more visits and purchases, type of public interested, etc.).
In addition to using tracking pixels or web beacons, we may also use other techniques to identify and track users known as fingerprinting. These enable us to verify certain technical parameters of the equipment used by the user (such as the browser used, operating system, screen resolution, plug-ins and accessories installed, font, IP address, language, time zone, etc.). The combination of all this information allows us to individualise users. Such information is used to track and profile a user's activity and browsing.
6. Additional information
By using third-party cookies, your data may be transferred outside the European Economic Area. To this end, the TORRES has signed the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC) with such third parties and has established additional measures to ensure your data are used correctly.