1. What are cookies, and why do we use them on the ESERP websites?
A cookie is a file downloaded onto the user’s device when accessing certain websites, designed to help store and recover information about website usage.
Cookies allow the website to store and recover information about the user’s habits and decisions, among other things. At ESERP we use them to personalise your experience on our websites, as well as to identify and remember the registered user and make navegation easier.
You can read more about cookies and how they work at Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie).
2. What are cookies for?
Cookies do not personally identify the user and do not put your computer or mobile device at any risk. They are simply tools used by websites in order to improve your experience on the website.
3. What type of cookies do we use?
Type of cookies
Who installs the cookie?
Google Ireland Limited, located at:
Dublin 4, Ireland
Analysis of the user’s behaviour and navigation on the website. Used to distinguish between users.
Technical cookies: These are necessary in order to navigate the ESERP website correctly and to access all sections without problems.
Analytical cookies: These allow us to understand how you navigate through our website, to see what works and what does not, to improve the website, and to calculate how many people visit ESERP with the objective of improving the services we can offer…
This information is anonymous, as it is only used for statistical purposes.
Advertising cookies: Sometimes we analyse your on-line preferences in order to show you advertising content of interest to you. Some cookies, known as “session cookies,” are automatically deleted when you close your browser.
4. How to disable cookies with your browser
Most browsers currently allow users to decide whether or not to accept cookies, as well as what types of cookies are accepted. These options are normally found under “Options” or “Settings” in your browser menu.
This is how to configure your cookie settings on the most common web browsers:
- Chrome: Settings > Show advanced options > Privacy > Content Settings. For more information, please refer to Google or Chrome help or technical support.
- Firefox: Preferences > Options > Privacy > History > Custom Settings. For more information, please refer to Mozilla and Firefox help or technical support.
- Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Settings. For more information, please refer to Microsoft and Internet Explorer help or technical support.
- Safari: Settings > Privacy. For more information, please refer to Apple and Safari help or technical support.