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Cookies Policy


What are Cookies and how do they work?

Cookies are small text files sent to your computer or mobile device by your internet browser, which stores them in a file folder. Each stored cookie is unique, and contains anonymous information consisting of an identifier, web page name and a numeric alpha code. Cookies collect generic information related to user preferences, such as how they use Covema 's website or the part of the country they are from, etc., which enables the system to remember characteristics or navigation preferences from previous sessions. Thus, whenever you visit our website again, your browser reads the cookie and forwards the information back to us, speeding up your navigation.

These cookies are not invasive or harmful, and do not contain personal information. If your internet browser is set to accept cookies when you visit the Covema website, you are deemed to accept our cookie policy.


Why do we use Cookies?

Covema uses cookies to provide you with a more enjoyable experience.


Cookies have different functions:

- Basic Cookies

These cookies are essential for the running of our website and are fundamental in providing you with a seamless experience, as they allow you to browse without interruption. They also make it possible to use our basic functionalities or applications, such as accessing areas of the website by logging in with secure authentication.

- Enhancement Cookies

These cookies allow us to monitor the performance of our website by analysing how users use it. Covema can quickly identify and correct any problems and continually provide you with a high quality, tailored experience. These cookies never collect personal information as they are only used for statistical analysis.


Cookies Personalisation Cookies

These cookies help make our content as personalised and engaging as possible for you. Based on your use of our website, Covema uses these cookies to identify your preferences and highlight articles or services that we think may be of interest to you.

Cookies Cookies

Targeting cookies are intended to allow the user to share preferences on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. They also allow information to be sent to other web pages to personalise the advertising that is displayed.


Cookies Advertising Cookies

These cookies are used to measure the effectiveness of advertising, targeting it according to the interests of each user, thus allowing us to limit the number of views of each ad. Covema also uses advertising cookies managed by third parties to promote its content and services. You may refuse third party advertising cookies by managing cookies in your web browser.


How can I manage cookies?

At any time, you can use your browser to opt to receive notification of the receipt of cookies and restrict or even block their entry into your system. Most areas of our website operate without cookies, however, their restriction or blocking may cause difficulties in accessing some of our features or receiving personalised information. If you delete cookies from your browser, you may need to install the refused cookies again.

If you have difficulties, consult your browser's help menu.

To find out more about these technologies and how cookies work, you can consult the website allaboutcookies.org