Pebbles and Tales may unilaterally modify the Cookies Policy, whenever there is a change in current legislation, jurisprudential doctrine or internal criteria. Any modification of this policy will be published at this same address.
Cookies are activity files that allow Pebbles and Tales to know the activity performed by you as a user and customer, and are intended to establish metrics on the use of the same and the most visited content, which is commonly known as "user experience".
According to different classification criteria, cookies can be classified according to the following types:
2.1. according to the issuer of the cookies:
Own Cookies: These are those that are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a device or domain managed by the editor itself (Pebbles and Tales, in this case) and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
Third-party cookies: These are those that are sent to the user's terminal equipment from a device or domain that is not managed by the editor, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies.
Technical cookies: Are those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and the use of the different options or services that exist in it as, for example, control traffic, identify data or session, access sections or restricted access content, remember the elements of an order, make the buying process of an order, manage payments, control fraud related to the security of the service, use security features while browsing, request registration or participation in an event, store content for the broadcast of videos or sound, enable dynamic content (for example, loading the animation of a text or image) or share content via social networks. Technical cookies, being strictly necessary, are downloaded by default when they allow the platform to be displayed or the service requested by the user to be provided.
Customization Cookies: These are those that allow the user to access the service with some predefined general characteristics, which can differentiate your experience from other users based on a number of criteria on your computer, such as language, the type of browser through which you access the service, the locale from which you access the service, etc.. If these cookies are not accepted, the performance of the website may be slower or the recommendations may not be well adapted.
Analysis cookies: These cookies quantify the number of users, the sections visited on the platform and the way they interact with it, in order to measure and statistically analyze the use made by users, with the aim of introducing improvements based on the analysis of the usage data made by users of the platform or service.
Advertising Cookies: These are those that allow to manage, in the most effective way possible, the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the editor has included on a web page, application or platform, such as the one that provides the requested service based on criteria such as the edited content or the frequency according to which the ads are displayed.
Behavioral advertising cookies: They allow the management, in the most effective way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the publisher has included on a web page, application or platform from which it provides the requested service. These cookies store information about the user's behavior obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows to elaborate a specific profile to show advertising accordingly. It is also possible that when you visit a web page or open an e-mail in which an advertisement or promotion about our products or services is published, a cookie is installed in your browser which is used to subsequently show you advertising related to the search you have made, to develop a control of our ads in relation, for example, to the number of times they are seen, where they appear, at what time they are seen, etc.
3.1 If you use Google Chrome, access the "Delete browsing data" option through the "History" menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can choose the information you want to delete, including cookies.
3.2 If you are using Firefox, go to the "Clear History" option in the "History" menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can choose the information you want to delete, including cookies.
3.3 If you are using Internet Explorer, go to the "Delete Browsing History" option in the "Tools" menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can choose the information you want to delete, including cookies.
3.4 If you are using the Chrome browser on Android, go to the "Security & Privacy" option through the "Settings" menu. A pop-up menu will appear where you can choose the information you want to delete, including cookies.
3.5 As you can see, the way it works is very similar with all browsers. Therefore, if you use a browser other than those mentioned, you will be able to find the functionality to delete cookie data in a similar way. You can also configure your system to delete all cookies automatically at the end of the browsing session.
If after reading the above recommendation, you still want to disable cookies, you can make your computer or device not to store our cookies. Here is how to do it:
4.1. If you use Google Chrome, go to the "Customize and control Google Chrome" menu (usually in the top right corner, just to the right of the address bar), click on the "Show advanced options" link and click on the "Content settings" option. You will see the options available for cookies.
4.2 If you are using Firefox, go to the "Tools" menu (usually in the menu bar, just above the address bar), click on "Options" and click on the "Privacy" tab. You will see the options available.
4.3 If you are using Internet Explorer, go to the "Tools" menu (usually in the top right corner, just to the right of the navigation tabs), click on the "Internet Options" option, and in the pop-up menu, click on the "Security" tab. You can choose one of the security levels preset by Microsoft or customize your own security level.
4.4 If you use the Chrome browser on Android, go to the "Settings" menu (usually in the upper right corner, right where the button to open a new tab is located), click on the "Security & Privacy" option and, from the pop-up menu, you can accept or not accept cookies.
If you use any other browser or platform, the process is very similar. In the help menus of each of them you can find information.
5.1. Furthermore, with your browser you can initiate private browsing so that your system does not store unwanted information on your hard drive. You can even see all the cookies that your browser stores on your hard drive and, if you wish, delete them one by one. For example, if your operating system is Windows 7 and you use version 10 of the Internet Explorer browser, the cookies that this browser stores on your hard drive are usually located at the following address: C:Users[NombreUsuario]AppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsTemporary Internet Files.
5.2 Finally, you should know what most browsers tell you about how to prevent new cookies from being accepted, how to be notified when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether. If you want more information about how cookies work, we recommend that you consult the "help" that is displayed on the toolbars of your browsers (for example, if you press F1 on Windows machines, you can also access the help).