What are cookies, and why do we use them in the Streye website?
A cookie is a file downloaded in the user’s terminal upon access to certain web sites, to store and retrieve information about the browsing activity performed in this terminal. Cookies enable a website to, among other things, keep and recall information about the user’s decisions and habits.
What type of cookies are used in the Streye website?
Cookies, depending on their permanence, can be classified as session cookies or permanent cookies. The first type of cookies expire when the user closes their browser. The second type expire depending whether the aim for which they are intended is fulfilled (for example, to keep the user identified in the Streye Smart Devices Company S.L. website and services), or when they are manually deleted.
In addition, the cookies used are the following:
Purpose: To keep the user’s language selection. Period of validity: Session cookie.
How to deactivate them: These can’t be deactivated, they are necessary for the website to function.
Purpose: An analysis of the user’s behavior on the website, in order to improve the service offered.
Period of validity: 2 years.
How to deactivate the cookies in your browser
Most browsers currently allow the user to adjust their settings for managing acceptance of cookies, and select which are to be accepted. These adjustments can usually be found in the “Options” or “Preferences” tab in the browser’s menu.
Instructions for adjusting cookie settings in the most commonly used browsers:
Chrome: settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Adjust content settings. For more information, you may consult Google’s Support or the browser’s Help area.
Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Customized Settings. For more information, please consult Mozilla’s Support or the browser’s Help area.
Internet Explorer:Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Adjust settings. For more information, you may consult Microsoft’s Support or the browser’s Help area.
Safari:Preferences -> Security. For more information, please visit Apple’s Support or the browser’s Help area.