What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that are sent to your computer from a web server and are used to register certain interactions during browsing in a website, storing data that may be updated and recovered. These files are stored in the user’s computer and contain anonymous data that does not harm your computer. They are used to record the preferences of the user, such as the selected language, access data or customisation of the page.
Cookies can also be used to anonymous information about how a visitor uses the website. For example, from which webpage he accesses the website or if he has used a banner to access.
Our website may contain links to other internet websites such as social networks (Facebook or Twitter). IRICOM does not control how other companies use their cookies. For more information about social network cookies or other websites we invite you to consult their cookie policies.
Third party communication
Imprenta Gofer informs the users that their personal data will not be shared with third parties, unless such transfer is bound to a legal obligation or when the provision of a service implies the need of a contractual relationship with a sub processor. In this instance the transfer of data will be carried out only when Imprenta Gofer has been given the explicit consent of the user.
What if I don’t want these cookies and do nothing about it?
To exercise these rights the user must send written communication, attaching documents that confirm their identity (DNI or passport), to the following address: Imprenta Gofer, Polígono Industrial Granda II - Eucaliptos Nº 4, 33199, Granda - Siero (Asturias) or to the address provided in the General Data Protection Register. This communication must include the following information: Name and surname of the user, the request the address and the supporting data.
However, if you wish to modify the access configuration to the webpage, you should know that it is possible to eliminate the cookies or to stop them from storing in your computer at any moment during the modification of the configuration parameters in your browser.
These browsers are subjected to updates or modifications; therefore, we can’t guarantee that they will be adjusted completely to the version of your browser. You may be using a different browser not mentioned in these links. In order to avoid mismatches, you can access directly from the menu of your browser, which is generally located in the Options Menu, under “Privacy”. (Please, consult the help section of your browser.)
Where can I get more information?
In addition, you can also access tutorials published by the Spanish Agency of Data Protection in which it is explained, step by step, how to configure the privacy options in browsers, social networks and mobile operating systems, in videos AEPD.