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What is a cookie?

Cookies are files that are downloaded to the user's terminal (computer/smartphone/tablet) when accessing certain web pages and are stored in the user's memory. Cookies allow, among other things, store and retrieve information about browsing habits of a user or your computer, see what pages are visited, the connection time, analyze the operation of a page, if there are technical problems, etc.. Depending on the information they contain and the way in which the terminal is used, they can be used to recognize the user.

What types of cookies are there?

There are several types of cookies based on different criteria:

Depending on ownership:

  • Own Cookies. They are those belonging to SOLD OUT.
  • Third-party cookies. They are those owned by a third party, other than SOLD OUT, which will process the information collected.

Depending on their purpose:

  • Technical and/or personalization cookies. These cookies are used to improve the service, locate incidents, recognize the user, etc.
  • Analysis and/or advertising cookies. They are those that serve to analyze information about navigation and offer advertising, whether generic or personalized.

What is a cookie used for?

Cookies are used to offer you personalized services and/or advertising, to analyze the operation of the system, to recognize you when you access as a user, to locate incidents and problems that may arise and solve them as soon as possible, as well as to analyze and measure the use and activity of the website.

Is my consent required to set a cookie?

Consent is not required for the installation of technical cookies or those that are strictly necessary for the provision of an information society service expressly requested by the recipient.

For the rest, the consent of the interested party is required, which can be requested in different ways. In the case of SOLD OUT, it will be understood to be granted if you continue to use the website, without prejudice to the fact that you may revoke it at any time and deactivate the cookies.

What cookies does SOLD OUT currently use?

We use ANALYSIS cookies, i.e. those that, either processed by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and thus perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of the service offered. To do this, your browsing on our website is analyzed in order to improve the supply of products or services that we offer.

The analysis cookies used by SOLD OUT are Google Cookies. That is, the information obtained by them is processed by SOLD OUT and by the third party Google Ireland Limited

The aforementioned companies provide us with the service of analyzing the audience of our site and may use this data to improve their own services and to offer services to other companies. You can learn about these and other uses from the links provided.

These tools do not obtain data from the names or surnames of users or the postal address from which they connect. The information they obtain is related to the number of pages visited, the language, the social network in which our news is published, the city to which the IP address from which users access, the number of users who visit us, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the time of visit, the browser used, the operator or type of terminal from which the visit is made.

We use this information to improve our site, detect new needs and evaluate the improvements to be made in order to provide a better service to users who visit us.

How can I disable cookies?

Most browsers tell you how to set your browser not to accept cookies, to notify you when you receive a new cookie, and to turn cookies off completely. To control how your information is used, you can configure your terminal's browser in the way that is most convenient for you.

In any case, please note that if technical and/or performance cookies are deactivated, the quality of the website may decrease or it may be more difficult to identify you.

We indicate the following links, where you can find more information about the different browsers: