Cookies are text files placed on your computer by websites you visit. Cookies are then sent back to the original website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognises that cookie. They are used to make websites work or work more efficiently and to provide information to the site owners.
For the sake of simplicity, all these technologies are defined as "cookies" in this document - unless there is a reason to differentiate.
This website uses both cookies managed directly by the owner and tracers that relate to the operation of services provided by a third party. Normally third party providers can access the cookies they manage.
The periods of validity and expiry of cookies and other similar tracers may vary depending on the lifetime set by the owner or the provider concerned. Some of them expire at the end of the user's browsing session.
Manage your cookie preferences
Some or all of the cookies described below may be stored on your browser. To manage the cookies usage, you can opt out of certain cookies through your Google personalisation settings at any time by going to g.co/privacytools. You can also manage cookies in your browser (although some mobile browsers may not offer this option). For example, if you use the Google Chrome browser, you can visit chrome://settings/cookies.
What types of cookies are used on Teldas websites?
Site analysis cookies
Cookies used for analytics purposes help collect data to better understand how users interact with a particular service. This information allows services to provide better content and features that enhance the user’s experience.
Site functionality cookies
Functional cookies allow users to interact with a service or site to access its essential features. Features considered essential to the service include preferences (such as language choice), product optimisations that help maintain and improve the service, and the retention of information about a user's session (such as the contents of a shopping cart).
Some cookies are used to store a user's preferences.
Some cookies are used to maintain and enhance the user experience during a specific browsing session.
Customer preference cookies
Customer preference cookies enable storage related to personalisation.
Security cookies are used to authenticate users, prevent fraud, and protect users who interact with a service.
Services potentially used on this site
The services contained in this section allow the owner to monitor and analyse web traffic and can be used to track the user’s behaviour.
Google Tag Manager
This type of service helps the Owner to manage the tags or scripts required on this website centrally.
As a result, user data passes through these services, potentially resulting in the retention of this data.
This site uses trackers to provide a personalised user experience by improving the quality of preference management options and by enabling interaction with external networks and platforms.
Google Search Console
Google Search Console is used to monitor and adjust the referencing of our site, as well as to detect possible errors. This tool also allows us to quickly remove content from our site should a request be made to us.
Data processing policy
For more information on how your data is used, please see our data processing policy.