What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your device (whether it is a computer, smartphone or tablet) when you access a website and that allows the website owner to store or retrieve certain information about multiple variables, such as, for example, the number of times a user has accessed the website, a registered user’s identity, making a user’s session secure while browsing the website, allowing transactions to be conducted in a secure and stable way, etc.
Aquila Sustainable Infrastructure Spain, S.A.U. wishes to offer you the necessary information on the kinds of Cookies used on our Website so that you are in a position to decide how you wish to use the site and protect your privacy.
What kinds of Cookies are used on this Website and who uses them?
The following section contains information on the types of Cookies used on the Website, the purposes associated with their use, the time that they remain operational and who they belong to:
- Technical cookies: these are cookies that allow the user to navigate around a Website, platform or application and make use of the various options and services offered, including those used by the site’s editor to permit the management and operation of the website and activate its functions and services.
They are installed in all cases.
|Name||Description||Persistence and expiry||Management|
|aviaCookieConsent||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||1 year||Proprietary|
|aviaPrivacyEssentialCookiesEnabled||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||1 year||Proprietary|
|aviaPrivacyRefuseCookiesHideBar||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||1 year||Proprietary|
|authcookie-*||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||1 year||Proprietary|
|wordpress_logged_in_*||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||Session||Proprietary|
|wordpress_sec_*||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||Session||Proprietary|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||Session||Proprietary|
|wp-settings-3||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||1 year||Proprietary|
|wp-settings-time-3||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||1 year||Proprietary|
|wp-wpml_current_admin_language_*||Cookie used by the website content management system (WordPress)||13 months||Proprietary|
How long do we store data? Do we make international data transfers?
The Website editor does not expect to make international data transfers.
Management of Cookies
The following section offers additional information on how you can manage, display and modify Cookies in your browser programme.
All modern browsers offer users the possibility of searching for and displaying the Cookies installed by a particular website and to obtain information relating to their duration and the possibility of deleting them, as indicated in this section. The following links offer information on how this can be achieved with the most commonly used browser programmes:
- Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=es
- Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/Borrar%20cookies
- Microsoft Edge: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4534105/microsoft-edge-configure-your-privacy-settings
- Safari: https://support.apple.com/es-es/guide/safari/sfri11471/mac
Deactivation or deletion of cookies
To disable, restrict, block or delete cookies, users must modify the settings in the browser programme that they use on their device, whether it is a computer, smartphone or tablet. Generally speaking, browsers offer users the following settings options in relation to the installation of cookies:
- Instructing the browser to reject all cookies and, therefore, not to install any cookie from any website on the device being used.
- Instructing the browser to notify the user before any cookies are installed, so that the user can decide whether or not to accept their installation.
- Instructing the browser only to reject third-party cookies on the websites visited but not the cookies used by the website actually being browsed.
- Selecting the private browsing option, in which cookies are installed on the device but deleted automatically as soon as the user stops browsing the website in question.
The following links offer information on how this can be achieved with the most commonly used browser programmes: