What are cookies?
Cookies are small files stored in the user’s computer which record information regarding the user’s browsing of a web site (for example, the pages visited within the site or the date and time of the visit).
Which cookies do we use?
- identify you when you connect to our platforms and, especially, to get to know you better so we can offer you a customised browsing experience.
- provide safe browsing, particularly in the fight against fraud.
Our web site uses the following types of cookies:
- Session Cookies
These cookies are designed to collect and store information while the user accesses a web site. They are mostly used to store information which is only useful to provide the required service to the user one single time.
- Persistent Cookies
This type of cookie stores data on your device, such data being available for access and processing for a specific period of time by the cookie’s owner, ranging from a few minutes to several years.
- First-Party Cookies
These cookies are created by this web site and can only be read by this site. The site www. rr-socceragency.com uses its own persistent cookies for the following purposes:
- Technical purposes: They allow users to browse the site through the web and its connectivity options so as to prevent inadequate use of the site by third parties. They expedite the user’s browsing experience when the user accesses the site again and they allow the monitoring of users when they share contents in social networks (plug-in).
- Customisation: To filter the contents seen by the user while browsing.
- Third-Party Cookies
Third-party cookies may be stored in your computer and they aim to customise and improve the contents that may be displayed during your visit. Depending on the platform, several third-party cookies may be stored.
See below for further details on the third-parties who may set up and access cookies (not exempt from information and consent) on your device and the purposes of the storage of information therein:
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How do I block or delete cookies?
The default settings of internet browsers are usually set up to accept cookies, although most browsers allow users to manage their preferences with regard to cookies at any time. However, please bear in mind that if you disable cookies you may not be able to access certain sections of the site.
Users may prevent cookies from being installed by changing their browser’s settings as indicated below:
IN GOOGLE CHROME:
- Select the “Tools” menu and then select “Configuration”.
- Go to “Show advanced settings” in the bottom left.
- In the “Privacy” section, click “Content settings”.
- In the dialogue box, find the “Cookies” section and choose “Block third-party cookies and site data”.
IN MOZILLA FIREFOX:
- Click “Tools” and then “Options”.
- Click on the “Privacy” icon.
- Choose the desired options under the “History” menu and click “Use custom settings for history” (uncheck all boxes).
IN MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER:
- Click “Tools” and then “Internet Options”.
- Click on “Privacy”
- Choose settings for Internet zone (move the slider to the top to block all cookies).
- Click “Edit” and then “Preferences”.
- Click on the “Privacy” tab.
- Choose “Block cookies” and the option “always”.
IN NETSCAPE 7.0:
- Go to menu “Edit”>”Preferences”
- Privacy & Security
- Click on Cookies section (choose option “block cookies”).
IN OPERA 19:
- Select the “Settings” menu
- Privacy & Security
- Click on Cookies section (choose Block third-party cookies and site data).
UPDATES AND CHANGES IN THE COOKIES POLICY
The holder may change this cookies policy according to new legal or regulatory requirements or for the eventual purpose of adapting said policies to the instructions given by the Spanish Personal Data Protection Agency if new features or contents subject to said regulations may be added.